|"68 Ford, Banff, Alberta, Canada" JW Burleson ©2012|
I seem to remember that this truck, which belonged to the photographer Bill Burleson, had a Saskatchewan Farmers Union sticker in a corner of the windshield. Those canoes met rocks from time to time in the Bow River. In the Athabaska, too.
Never travel anywhere in Canada without a couple rolls of duct tape.
- Brooklin, Maine, United States
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Tuesday, February 11, 2014
1968 Ford F-100. Rainbow over Rundle. Banff.
Posted by autoliterate at 6:39 PM