Sadly, I can't, because I do not have a camera that can take photos. But I do have my father's video camera, so a Youtube video will be in order following the trip.
I really like anthro cats, and specifically, anthros of "Big Game" cats, the big predators out in nature. Mainly tigers, panthers, and Cheetahs. They look amazing in nature, and they look really good as anthros if they are drawn really well.
Plus, I don't have an eBay account, I don't have a way to pay for things on line, and I don't have a lot of free spending money. (I do have $110 saved up, but I can't touch that yet, because I'm saving it for a road-trip that I'm going to be taking this summer.)
It's not too hard. I just go to the antique stores in my area and do some digging around. It's so great, because I can pick up vinyls for $1-2 a piece, it's the most affordable "collectible" I can find. My only challenge is finding specific albums like other albums that Gerry Rafferty did besides "City to City". "City to City" is the only one that ever seems to turn up.
By far, my two prime favorites in my vinyl collection are Gerry Rafferty's "City to City" album and my "ACE" album. ACE's one and only hit was "How Long" or "How Long Has This Been Going On", and Gerry Rafferty's only hit was "Baker Street" (though I would highly recommend listening to his song "Right Down the Line", which is my favorite Rafferty song).
Yeah, I meant "interested in". I often make silly grammer mistakes like that when I'm typing.
I am a general furry, so I like anything that involves anthros. I also collect vinyl records, I am a brony, and I like classic cars and trucks.
I had an English Mid-term last Thursday, and I was pissing myself 10 minutes before class because I didn't study, period. Oh, that moment of relief when she said we could use our books on the test felt so good! There was still a challenge, because our book is absolutely massive and I had to dig around to find the things we read in class, but that just made things so much easier.