Caption- "Keith Rymill seated behind wheel of an open car, his dog standing with front paws on the back of his seat -- Dirty Dora, Keith Rymill's Dodge."
State Library of Victoria.
With the ax, long rope, handles protruding from the back (first photo), tool box, and canister by spare tire; would that be standard equipment that a rancher would have or would this fellow work for the forest service?
Looking at the landscape behind, I think that the listed equipment would be minimal!
I guess your right...perhaps he already used the ax too many times! But at least he left a tree or two for his dog.
Here's a similar one that was on display at the San Diego Swap about ten years ago:
Fellows, Bon Bon station is a huge property in outback Australia, south of the opal mining centre of Coober Pedy, hence the sparse background vegetation. If you google bob bon station you will find an extensive entry detailing the current station status as a protected reserve.
For your interest.
Allan from down under.
Has anyone noticed the "alignment" of the spokes on that rear wheel?? Looks like they've clocked a bit.