The Tao of Wow…

Wow is a word that crosses language barriers; there is no mistaking what it means.
For those that aren’t so sure:

wow 1 (wou) Informal
interj.
Used to express wonder, amazement, or great pleasure.
n.
An outstanding success.
tr.v. wowed, wow·ing, wows
To have a strong, usually pleasurable effect on: a performance that wowed the audience.

We specialize in “WOW“.
For giving or getting, NW Limited…History in VogueTM is in a class by itself.
Book your ticket : Email bill@nwlimited.com or call 503-338-6056 

See us this weekend at America’s Largest Collectible & Antique Show in Portland, Oregon at the Portland Expo Center just off I-5 near Delta Park/Jantzen Beach.

Bird fans

Paul, turn around!

Sean Connery in Astoria?

Astoria’s no stranger to celebrity sightings.  More than a handful of movies have been filmed here, and during those times it’s interesting to hear the gossip around town relating to locals’ experiences with these usually distant icons. 
A few stars have even shown up sporadically just to take in the beauty of the Sunset Empire, a/k/a Astoria, or do a little whale watching along the coast.  Maybe they heard about the legendary beachcombing following our winter storms. Just maybe they are scouting the location of their next big production.
This latest inuendo is of great interest, considering the debut of NW Limited’s James Bond tribute series:
Rumor has it that none other than Academy Award winner, recipient of the American Film Institute’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and oft-voted sexiest man alive, Sean Connery, also the star of multiple James Bond movies, as well as other Hollywood greats, was spotted in none other than Astoria, Oregon.  Who was the lady on his arm?  Further speculation arrived at the conclusion that it was his once-costar, Lana Wood who played Plenty O’Toole in the James Bond classic, Diamonds Are Forever. It wasn’t just her name that left audiences enchanted, and sources say that though she and Mr. Connery were in a rush, Ms. Wood still has “plenty” to talk about. Sean must have thought so, too, as they rushed off to their unknown destination.
No comments were made as to the reason for the visit to the north coast.
Astoria must be just far enough off the beaten path to provide respite from the paparazzi.  Unfortunately, no photos exist of their hasty stop.
It was surmised that they paused just long enough to sign a few autographs.  Who was that lucky fan that got those much-sought-after signatures?  If it was you, let us know!
503-338-6056 <—–(this guy has the signatures to prove it)

Clandestine transaction


What was it
that was exchanged in an over-the-border, just-off-the-freeway parking lot in hushed, yet excited tones,  passed between vehicles in black plastic bags? 
Furtive glances about the general vicinity ensure that no one waits, not the elements nor other unknown quantities, to thwart this much-anticipated event…
Casual observers would think it something criminal for the intensity involved, the swiftness, the planning with which the exchange took place. Rest assured, however, NW Limited…History in VogueTM is completely legal, harmless, though habit-forming, in all states.
The levels of happiness, satisfaction and excitement it brings might need to be regulated, though.  It could get out of control, quickly. NW Limited…History in VogueTM is fully responsible for overwhelming giddiness, tears of joy, and emotional outpourings of affection!
Anyone care to start a petition? (didn’t think so.)
In answer to that first question (and congratulations to the lucky recipient):


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This set is a one-of-a-kind, custom set which features
American Motorcycle #31, Easy Rider variation paired with a custom-framed, matted and numbered 1/1 original, authentic autograph of the star of Easy Rider, Peter Fonda
One hell of a gift for a riding buddy! WOW!
You, too, can experience the WOW!, and arrange your own transaction to achieve the above effects.
Contact your pusher connection: bill@nwlimited.com or
phone 503-338-6056

Dear George


Now that you’re here, Paul the Lovebird has a message for you (click to see):