with lots of navigation commands and passage-checks with unknown
location. Some cars just resort to following others.
Pub in Wyoming, New York. If I understood the story correctly, this
pub is owned by the person who won the first Cannonball race coast-to-coast
with a Ferrari in something like 37 hours (impressive feat!). Cannonball
was an unofficial road rally in the Seventies - Hollywood later
made some movies about this event. Team Busch does not endorse either
of them - the first being illegal and probably dangerous for third-parties
and the second not particularly good.
All these photographs
of famous racers and car spare parts hanging everywhere! Wonderful
- we decided to leave, though, when we saw the sandwiches. So we
would recommend stopping by for a drink.
The area is
This building has Justitia with her scales and blindfold on top,
so I presume it is a courthouse. The mid-sized city of Binghamton
is quite a contrast to the rural areas of New York we drove through
before. The inner city appears run-down, although there are some
nice buildings from the Twenties.
The locals show
off their own classic cars.
The Pub has
all kind of memorabilia inside and a nice atmosphere.
We are driving
through the state of Pennsylvania for a few hours.
Other than some
suburban areas around Niagara Falls, we mostly see farmland and
some rural settlements. Houses are mostly colonial or other old-style
and quite nice to watch. The houses are difficult to photograph
though, as they can only be fully viewed orthogonally from the street
and today is a pretty hectic day concerning timing. (Most of the
photographs you see on this website are taken out of the car's co-driver
seat at about 80-130 km/h)