Irondad's neck of the woods. The morning started in Albany visiting the usual customers; the jail, the hospital, and the college. After that it's a short hop on a highway to Corvallis, the home of the Oregon State Beavers, where I visit basically the same sort of customers. The above photo was taken at Oregon State near all of the shops in the facilities department. Monochrome gives it more of a state government parking lot look.
There's one thing that motorcycle owners have in common with Porsche owners. Most of us wave to other motorcyclists. Porsche owners blink their lights to each other. It's a recognition that you have an affiliation. I like that.
While riding home I stopped to take some photos of this landmark. The car marks the entrance to the property of a guy and his son who restore old Porsches. There isn't a sign for the business so the car looks out of place near the road. Too bad it has to rust away.
I should pull in this place with a Karmann Ghia and ask if they'll work on it!