Lex the Barber

@kieswetter and Sky, kicking ass and taking names.

@kieswetter and Sky, kicking ass and taking names.

Say hello to one of the Budweiser Clydesdale’s. @kieswetter @enemiesgrace #budweiser #clydesdale #horse

Say hello to one of the Budweiser Clydesdale’s. @kieswetter @enemiesgrace #budweiser #clydesdale #horse

@kieswetter warming up Sky.

@kieswetter warming up Sky.

steelbison:

New sticker pack launching later this month. #SteelBison #GeometricWest

steelbison:

New sticker pack launching later this month. #SteelBison #GeometricWest

steepravine:

Bridge Covered In Leaves
This things was a hoot to swing on.
(Lake Forest, Illinois - 9/2014)

steepravine:

Bridge Covered In Leaves

This things was a hoot to swing on.

(Lake Forest, Illinois - 9/2014)

@kieswetter and I made it to Vegas, first stop, Bass Pro Shop.

@kieswetter and I made it to Vegas, first stop, Bass Pro Shop.

magicsystem:

untitled by Thomas Hervieux on Flickr.

(Source: candy-bar-creepshow, via xahhx)

Walking Gunnar with @kieswetter

Walking Gunnar with @kieswetter

allamericanclassic:

1946 International K1

(Source: ebay.com)

formfollowsfunctionjournal:

Denver, Colorado. Twenty-four hours a day the sparks from acetylene torches of steel workers in eight Denver fabricating plants are flying thick and fast that the U.S. Navy may carry the battle to the enemy in all parts of the world. Here in secluded Denver, the world’s largest city not on a navigable waterway, this war production worker, who has never seen a battleship or an ocean, fashions the steel hull parts which are being assembled at Mare Island Navy Yard—1,200 miles from where he and his fellow wokers are on the job to help “keep ‘em sailling.”
1942

formfollowsfunctionjournal:

Denver, Colorado. Twenty-four hours a day the sparks from acetylene torches of steel workers in eight Denver fabricating plants are flying thick and fast that the U.S. Navy may carry the battle to the enemy in all parts of the world. Here in secluded Denver, the world’s largest city not on a navigable waterway, this war production worker, who has never seen a battleship or an ocean, fashions the steel hull parts which are being assembled at Mare Island Navy Yard—1,200 miles from where he and his fellow wokers are on the job to help “keep ‘em sailling.”

1942

(Source: photogrammar.yale.edu, via hotrodbizarre)