Slow Train To Nowhere - Northern Pacific #Idaho So exactly how in the heck does a luxury, all wood, 100 plus year old, Northern Pacific car 1031, made by the famous Barney and Smith Co, (and supposedly used by President Warren Harding on vacations to Yellowstone Park) come to be in a field--far away from train tracks---between Horsebend and Banks, Idaho? | Visitidaho.org

Slow Train To Nowhere - Northern Pacific #Idaho So exactly how in the heck does a luxury, all wood, 100 plus year old, Northern Pacific car 1031, made by the famous Barney and Smith Co, (and supposedly used by President Warren Harding on vacations to Yellowstone Park) come to be in a field--far away from train tracks---between Horsebend and Banks, Idaho? | Visitidaho.org

german tank factories | Tanks on assembly line at Pacific Car and Foundry factory, Renton ...

german tank factories | Tanks on assembly line at Pacific Car and Foundry factory, Renton ...

I've done it...Picture it: driving down the scenic California coast, in the awesome muscle car of your choice, windows (or top) down, blasting your favorite tunes… sounds like the perfect road trip, right?

I've done it...Picture it: driving down the scenic California coast, in the awesome muscle car of your choice, windows (or top) down, blasting your favorite tunes… sounds like the perfect road trip, right?

Old Cast Iron Hay Fork Carrier Trolley Great Farm Tool Sign Beatty Pacific Car | eBay

Old Cast Iron Hay Fork Carrier Trolley Great Farm Tool Sign Beatty Pacific Car | eBay

Old Cast Iron Hay Fork Carrier Trolley Great Farm Tool Sign Beatty Pacific Car | eBay

Old Cast Iron Hay Fork Carrier Trolley Great Farm Tool Sign Beatty Pacific Car | eBay

We continued down 101 with a stop for lunch at Pacific City (), a popular public beach with a massive 500-foot dune that the kids were eager to climb. For my money, it was a less attractive spot than Cannon Beach, if only because people are allowed to park their cars on the sand, marring the view. We continued on past Newport, site of the Oregon Coast Aquarium (541-867-3474, ), which we skipped. (It seems to get mostly raves on TripAdvisor.)Instead we passed through Yachats and made a pit…

We continued down 101 with a stop for lunch at Pacific City (), a popular public beach with a massive 500-foot dune that the kids were eager to climb. For my money, it was a less attractive spot than Cannon Beach, if only because people are allowed to park their cars on the sand, marring the view. We continued on past Newport, site of the Oregon Coast Aquarium (541-867-3474, ), which we skipped. (It seems to get mostly raves on TripAdvisor.)Instead we passed through Yachats and made a pit…

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