The Wheels On The Bus Coloring Pages - Dymag Car Wheels - Big Wheels Ride On.
The Wheels On The Bus Coloring Pages
- A coloring book (or colouring book, see spelling differences) is a type of book containing line art for a reader to add color using crayons, colored pencils, marker pens, paint or other artistic media.
- Standard Work Combination Sheet, automatic machine cycle time is shown with a dashed line to indicate that the machine is running on its own.
- left side of the screen you can see different product categories. When you click on one of them the products contained in it will be displayed on the right side of the screen and you can scroll down the page to see all the products.
- South Kona coast, Pu‘uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park encompasses an ancient Hawaiian area that contains royal grounds and heiau as well as a pu‘uhonua (place of refuge). The ancient heiau and pu‘uhonua have now been reconstructed, along with carved images of ancient gods (ki‘i).
- (wheel) change directions as if revolving on a pivot; "They wheeled their horses around and left"
- Used in reference to the cycle of a specified condition or set of events
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and forms part of a machine
- A circular object that revolves on an axle and is fixed below a vehicle or other object to enable it to move easily over the ground
- (wheel) a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
- steering wheel: a handwheel that is used for steering
- a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work"
- Transport in a communal road vehicle
- bus topology: the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar
- Transport (a child of one race) to a school where another race is predominant, in an attempt to promote racial integration
- send or move around by bus; "The children were bussed to school"
- Remove (dirty tableware) from a table in a restaurant or cafeteria
Bravado FIB Buffalo from GTA IV (TLAD, and TBOGT)
The FIB Buffalo is a Bravado Buffalo sports sedan modified as a federal chase vehicle by the FIB in Grand Theft Auto IV. Design: The FIB Buffalo is based on the 2006-2010 Dodge Charger Police Package, and as with most cars some things have been changed and rearranged. Most noticeably the taillights, headlights and rear license plate have been changed; also the front fascia has some subtle similarities to the 2005–2009 Ford Mustang. Despite the fact there are advertisements of the Buffalo around the city, the civilian version of the car is not available in neither GTA IV and The Lost and Damned. However, The Ballad of Gay Tony features both a civilian Buffalo and a Police Stinger As with most police vehicles in GTA IV, The FIB Buffalo's computer system has full access to the LCPD Database, allowing the player to use the car for the Most Wanted and Vigilante side-missions. As with any other public safety vehicle, the player can't listen to civilian radio stations, take the vehicle to a Pay 'n' Spray or Car Wash, or complete missions which involve meeting with criminals. The FIB Buffalo is only seen in specific missions, or when the player attains a wanted level of at least four stars or activates a cheat code. Performance: The FIB Buffalo comes to the scene packing a supercharged 6-cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox. This provides good acceleration and a top speed of 285km/h (177mph). The Buffalo is not as tough as might be expected from its appearance or name. It has a flimsy construction and is highly susceptible to firearm attack; a possible reason being the car is required to go fast, and as a result, has a light chassis. While significantly speedy, the car's overpowered engine tends to result in the car's constant skidding after executing sharp cornering. Even though it is very poor in handling, it sacrifices that for it's protection. The doors are a foot deep that is solid on the inside allowing it to protect the player from small arms fire, but in heavy gun fire the FIB Buffalo will usually catch fire around the gas tank. Prominent appearances in missions Grand Theft Auto IV ¦ To Live and Die in Alderney The Lost and Damned: ¦ Bad Cop Drop ¦ Marta Full of Grace ¦ When The Blue Chips Are Down The Ballad of Gay Tony ¦ Going Deep Trivia: Red and blue emergency lights at the front and rear of an FIB Buffalo. ¦ The FIB Buffalo has two sets of blue and red emergency lights (one set in the front grill, the other in the rear windshield), whilst LCPD cars use white and red. Red and blue are illegal for use as emergency car colors in Liberty State (New York State, this explains why LCPD/NYPD cars have red and white lights); it can be deduced that because the FIB Buffalo is a federal car, it is exempt from the state's laws. ¦ In TLAD, it is driven by all of the corrupt police officers in the mission Bad Cop Drop, which is strange as two of the named ones are a LCPD Task force set out to watch the Angels of Death, but when ambushed, they are accompanied by the FIB. ¦ Equally unusual is the note that all other undercover police units seen in GTA IV and the expansions also use the FIB Buffalo, which, it being a federal vehicle and also a rather highly priced vehicle, would be extremely unlikely. However, this is compensated by the use of only one or two at a time, or until they are destroyed by the player. ¦ This is the transportation of choice for FIB agents. Police officers nor NOOSE will use this vehicle. When the player is being hunted down by the police, FIB agents will come armed with M4's and MP10's. If the player can get ahold of a FIB Buffalo, they can use it to get pass toll booths without paying, sound the sirens to legally run lights and to make drivers pull over and also to access the police computer to capture criminals, like in other police vehicles. In TBoGT, they use Assault SMGs. They are the only NPCs with the ability to fire the Assault SMG through a vehicle's window. ¦ The FIB Buffalo can be disabled by impacting one of its rear wheel wells with a large vehicle like the Trashmaster, Securicar, Enforcer, Bus, and APC. The player can then easily kill the agents inside the vehicle as it can not move. Locations: ¦ An easy way to obtain one is to go to the littlelacysurprisepageant.com page on the Algonquin safehouse computer and then wait until they send an FIB team. If they send a NOOSE team, reload the game and try again. When they send an FIB team, just exit the house, kill the enforcers, and park it. ¦ An FIB Buffalo can also be spawned via a cheat code by dialing (227)-555-0100 on the player's phone. This works in both GTA IV and its DLCs. ¦ If you use the cheat code and get a 4 star wanted level the Police will send in F.I.B teams. This also works if Luis calls Henrique for a regular Buffalo. Once a 4 star wanted level is obtained, FIB Teams will be dispatched. ¦ If the player drives one around the Bohan Safehouse, several may spawn. This also applys to
School's Out... Forever!
I happened upon this rusted gem on my way back from a recent trip to the Washington and Oregon coast. I'm still working on getting through selection of the coast shots but was really excited about this find and decided to process it first considering school is almost out. I'm not exactly sure how I even saw this bus that, as you can see, was very overgrown and was out in the middle of no where. The trees to the left almost completely obscured it from the roadway but my "spidey" senses started tingling and then saw what appeared to be an interesting overgrown rusted bus, out of the corner of my eye. Rather than kick myself for the next 10 miles down the road (like I usually do), I pulled over immediately and hiked down through a field of thorns and mud until I got to what appeared to be an old road. There was literally only a few pieces of asphalt exposed, like 1% of the old roadway, and the rest had all been completely overgrown. But at least it answered for me how the bus even got down there, considering how hard it was to even get to myself. Clearly this bus had been there for some time and was no longer feeling the love from it's youthful passengers. I was actually reminded of that scene in Office Space, where they finally had enrough of the printer and take it out to a field for a proper beat down. Anyway, there was just something about this shot that spoke to me. I liked the metaphor here, how the rust / disrepair of the bus contrasted against the beautiful blue sky. This school bus is definitely "out for the summer"! Also, this last week was really exciting! I was recently published in a magazine from Chile called PuntoNet which is akin to "Wired" magazine in the US as far as I can tell (my Spanish is really, really rusty). I was part of the feature article titled "Flickreando" where 3 artists from around the world were selected; one from Spain, one from Chile, and myself from the US. How very flattering! In addition to having a 2 page spread, I was blown away surprised to also find out that I was selected for the cover (both front and back). I almost crapped my pants when I pulled the magazine out of the envelope and saw my photo on it! Anyway, sorry for the shameless plug, but it's a pretty good feeling anytime you get published :-)