Some of you may have noticed that the quantity of my posts has been down for the last month or so. That's because I've been busy pulling up stakes and heading to the Mountain Time Zone.
By the time you read this, I'll be in Utah or Wyoming, en route to the Mile High City That Rust Sorta Overlooked. I'll be in the ol' workhorse '92 Civic this trip, having already hauled a Penske-load-o-crap out a couple of weeks back. I've been making regular trips to Denver every couple of months for the last five or so years, and now I'm making a permanent switch from the 510 to the 303.
What does this mean for the original Alameda Down On The Street series? Mostly, it means that you'll be seeing more Denver DOTS machinery— and, believe me, Denver has a selection of cool street-parked cars and trucks that rivals Alameda's— with the added bonus of more AMC Eagles and Toyota FJ40s. I'll be back in the Bay Area on a regular basis as well, and I'll be sure to shoot a few interesting Alameda DOTS candidates during those trips.