The 2012 Hot Rod Revolution
This week has been nuts around the Atomic World HQ. Essentially, I am preparing all of my sites for upgrading later in the year and the first step of that is one of the worst – dealing with automated ad spaces, Google, and other gloomy subjects. I know it’s all gonna be worth the pain, but it’s still pain.
And this got me reminiscing a bit… Back in 2012, the fellas and I moved the Hot Rod Revolution from one of the best venues of all time (The Seaholm Power Plant) to an active military base. Opening morning was stressful simply because everything was new to us and expectations were over the top and… Shit man, we didn’t know if we were coming or going.
There was a brief moment, before all of the cars and people showed up, that fog rolled over the marching field and all of the worries just sort of dissipated. I was busy, so I didn’t get to enjoy it fully… But I did get a minute or two of bliss with my camera. This is what I saw:
I’m certain I’ve posted those photos before, but given the place I am in now, I figured they were due for some more light.
Old cars are a total pain in the ass. But, they are worth it… If only for moments like these. Press on fellas.