Pete Phillips

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Perfect weather here and my '46 Roadmaster made it under its own power, didn't miss a beat, but threw off one hubcap somewhere along the way.

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This forum program only allows me to load up one photo per post, and then only two posts, so sorry, everyone will have to wait until tomorrow for more photos. I am too tired to fight it tonight.

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7 hours ago, Pete Phillips said:

This forum program only allows me to load up one photo per post, and then only two posts, so sorry, everyone will have to wait until tomorrow for more photos. I am too tired to fight it tonight.

Pete Phillips

 

 See you Wed.  Had NO doubt the '46 would make the trip. None.

 

  I have no problem  [other than locating what I want  ]  posting more than one. Using your phone or laptop?

 

  Ben

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Thanks for the posts Pete.  The forum picture capabilities are definitely a challenge.  When I have a lot to post I reduce the resolution to 1600 x 1600, and often back out of the thread and then re-enter to post the next batch.  The quality suffers some but I think they are acceptable and for those of us who couldn't be there, very much appreciated. 

Besides, it gives us a chance to anticipate the better photos  in the Bugle while wishing we could be there now.  At any rate, thanks for posting, and glad the 46 performed well.  Good luck with the rest of the Meet!

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Can't take the chance of reducing the size of my photos, when I need them as large as possible for the Bugle later on. Two at a time is the maximum @_*%&@$#_(*!!!

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3 hours ago, Pete Phillips said:

4 a.m., thunderstorm and rain at Midwest City; can't sleep!

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Cool, driving lights turn with the wheels.

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On 6/10/2019 at 10:42 PM, Pete Phillips said:

Perfect weather here and my '46 Roadmaster made it under its own power, didn't miss a beat, but threw off one hubcap somewhere along the way.

 

 

Yup...at least the one we threw wan’t a Buick hub cap.

 

Without downloading an app, I can’t edit photos from the camera as it is presently set enough to them here (just have the iPad this time around).  When I get home and transfer them to computer is another story.  I want to give Pete the best resolution to work with in case any of theme are Bugle-worthy.

 

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Driving tour #1 has arrived in Guthrie, OK, at the original capitol building, now a Masonic Hall. Weather today is fabulous---just could not be any nicer!

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We should be there by early aft on Thurs! A few challenges, but so far the '69 Electra has got us to Springfield Mo.

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 Well folks, we are nearly half way home. Did just over 550 miles today, hope to be home tomorrow.

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Great time at the BCA National Meet - here is the view from our hotel window! Only a part of the show field, trees were blocking the remainder.

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