Gary A. Rich (GRainelev) |
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everett w rickabaugh
my dad worked for them as a carpenter from 1950-1957. my dad was Beuford W. Rickabaugh ( BW), he learned his trade under a man named Widup.
Many thanks Gary, for all your kind comments on my work, they are always appreciated...
Gary It has been very cold here in Wolfeboro NH. I am happy you like the Steam in the snow series. They have it once a year for photographers and it is an all day event. You should try to come next year in the beginning of Jan. Dress warm . It was minus 11 degrees the morning of the event in North Conway but it warmed up midday to 10 degrees.
I really do appreciate the nice comments I get from you and all the other Pbasers...
Many thanks and much appreciation for your nice comments on my work...
Thanks Gary, for your really nice comment on my Foggy Morning image...
Thanks Gary, no pot of gold. I believe the gold was found by the old gold seekers in the rush of 1864-65 :-))
I have found a Chalmers & Borton 85 Hutchinson Ks. pin on button , can anyone tell me what it was for ?
Thanks for the nice comment on my image of the grain elevators and grain hopper cars..
This image was taken some years ago in the town of Conrad, Montana....
Thanks, Gary for your nice comments on my images..
I do appreciate your nice comment on my Sandhill Crane....
Many thanks, Gary for your nice comment and vote on my horse drawn freight wagon image......
Thanks Gary for your nice comments on my Grain Elevators...
I like your Home Page image :))
The weather plays a big part of the mood. Fabulous pictures!
Absolutely stunning work ! This is true art.
PS. I'm a high school art teacher.
You have an artist's eye. Wonderful !
Terry J. Graham
I came back to your site and just realized where you were from, words cannot express how I feel about your city
Terry J. Graham
Thank you for visiting my little corner of Pbase and leaving all your comments, very much appreciated. Ilooked at some of your images and will come back again as I really like your work.
wonderful work Gary, I am glad you were there documenting these landscapes and archetectural forms of the past.
Looking at some of your photos, we tend to visit similar places. Like DIA on the east side.
Looks like you get over off east 104th and Hudson road? Might be heading that way this evening, depending on the weather.
Really enjoyed your photos. Have bookmarked your site so that I can come back for more of those awesome elevator shots!