Friday, February 6, 2009

A novel idea

Okay, so here I go again with something off the wall.........

in my last post I included a picture of a Long Roof with some questions

So now I will continue with my TRIVIA HAVEN LEE FARM style

the one who gets the most points, gets a free overnight stay at the Haven Lee Farm...

Now remember, there are several Haven Lee Farm divisions

The Original Haven Lee Farm, Highway 96 and Turn Back Creek, Halltown MO

Haven Lee Farm Headquarters, just outside Marionville MO

Haven Lee 5 Acre Dream, just north of Halltown, MO

Haven Lee Farm NW Florida, Joan's little spot in NW Florida

Haven Lee Farm Bus Plunge, Springfield MO (City division)

Haven Lee Farm Jeep Division, somewhere in Florida

Haven Lee Farm Long Roof Division, somewhere else in Florida

Haven Lee Farm tropical paradise, Tampa Florida

You have to identify the Division of Haven Lee Farm, the location where the picture was taken, the people in the picture, and the Year picture was taken,

bonus points for Month-Year, identifying vehicles in picture correctly, etc....
So watch for more posts, probably one a day, unless I get bored, then I may include a couple a day.......

So today I am starting with two pictures: the longroof in the last post, and this pickemuptruck

Doing this in honor of the Bus Plunge, a double down day...........

Correctly id this print.........



This should be easy for Complaint Department Manager.....

Good luck and Celebrate Life

3 comments:

bus said...

This is a photo of a young man sitting in the driver's seat of a 1971 Dodge pickup truck.

An older man wearing a cowboy hat is leaning on the front windshield with his left hand.

It appears the photo was taken at the Haven Lee Farms in Halltown Missouri in or around 1971 or 1972.

Whad I win?

d5thouta5 said...

springtime or summer...
note foilage on trees..
1971 Dodge pickup with paint already missing from the door logo would make it springtime or summer of 1971....
The Bear engaged in a stimulating conversation regarding soil conservation or calf delivery dates or expected hay yield with the horsefarmer, back when he was a whale...and find me if you can....you know...go deep and go quietly....
he would have been home on leave and doesn't look to be any older than the kid....it was also pre-beard for the bear...if you notice behind the truck there is not a hitching rail for the horses...that was built in the spring of 1971 as we used the room in the back of the shed as a tack room.....the presence of a horse would indicate that this was post fall 1970 as that was when we got the horses from Mickey Owen....
did everyone notice the springtime thoughts of the horse..????...it had to be a Lee boy for sure....
enough of this I'm off to the races...Bud SHoot out tonite...look for me along pit round....

longrooffan said...

1971 Dodge D200, 4 speed, 225 ci, radio/air delete, Spring 71, Halltown Haven Lee Farm, Bob Lee Sr, and Tom Lee. By the way, that old truck is parked exactly where the Bus's Spitfire was up on blocks during his time in Germany.