200-mph ain’t nothing if it don’t work. This guy was so ticked off on his phone I thought he was going to chew me out as I slowed down to take this shot.

Good thing I didn’t mention the Amish guy could have given him a lift if he needed it.

The small, beautiful ironies of living in northern NY. ch:



Billy Jepma · 28 Jul ’11 at 10:25 am

LOL! Dude that’s so awesome!! Just made my morning. 🙂

Steve Ciferri · 28 Jul ’11 at 12:44 pm

1 hourse power vs 500 horses. Old school wins yet again!!!!!

Glade · 28 Jul ’11 at 6:39 pm

When I hear about those terrible car accidents on the news, I wonder why they just don’t go back to horse and buggy. Would horse feed be cheaper than gas?

    Christopher Hopper · 28 Jul ’11 at 7:08 pm

    Glade, that would be an interesting investigation! I estimate we pay about $200/year per horse for all expenses; I spend that much on gas for two vehicles in two weeks!

Goldarrow · 28 Jul ’11 at 11:25 pm

Reminds me of a picture a friend of mine took. There were 3 horses inside of a cart-return, the cart return was just like a stall to them. 🙂

Also hay and water is rather cheap, but time spent taking care of the horse, housing, medical, feed, training, buggy breakdown fixing, and everything else doesn’t out weigh the fact a horse and buggy are slow. Not to mention that where I live car/buggy accidents are rather common and the people in the buggy normally get the worse of it.

But I just love a good sports car, so I’m bias. 😀

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