I’m still taking DotS photos when I’m walking with the pup, but between the pup, work, and keeping both of us fed and the house clean*, I haven’t found much time to actually post them. So here’s a choice few for the late night crew (and you strayans / Wheelerguy / early-rising Europeans).
Hot dang does this car look good.
Went for a nice long walk with the pupper this morning. We explored an area I haven’t walked around in for several years, and found some cool stuff!
This was actually from a few days ago, but I forgot about it. Also I have no idea if it’s actually from the 80s, but the taillights make me think it is.
More content for you depraved raving Toyotaphiles
I sure do love Forest Service Green. Looks excellent on this Grand Cherokee.
While on the evening walk today, I came across this robitified Lincoln Mk Z! I’d never even heard of this autonomous driving company (“Designated Driver”).
The Celica I found last night was still there this morning, so here’s some not awful pictures of it for all you Toyotaphiles.
Flash looks like garbage but it’s better than what my potato can do without flash
Work on Project RAUX Box has slowed due to being busy with the new pupper, but in the past few days I have managed to make a small amount of progress.
I’m walking every day now that I have a dog again, so the DotS content pipeline is now flowing. Here’s a Fiat X1/9 I found today. Looks pretty good despite being covered in tree sheddings.
This is one of the only pics I’ve taken of Ravna where she’s not napping. If she’s not napping, she’s in nearly constant motion.
Would you believe in what you believe in if you were the only one who believed in it?
I rode by this a few days ago. A passerby said that the owner paints it every few months to keep it fresh.
I finally adopted a dog! I’m so, so happy to have a dog in my life again. We’re going to have some great adventures together.
Full of supplies for Project RAUX Box!
One of my goals with this car is being completely transparent about what ownership is like, the ups and the downs. Well, recently some of the downside risk of buying a Volvo that’s well over a decade old struck, and I had to make a repair.
The layout change has been reverted!
Finally ordered one of these, and stuck it on the Volvo
The first stage of Project RAUX Box was simply to get my development toolchain set up, because I haven’t done any serious embedded programming for five or so years. As you can see from the GIF, I’ve done it! You can tell because the blink pattern is not the typical one second on, one second off.