This is just a tribute.
Whoever was camping out on thejohnsonshow.com let it lapse, so I’ve snagged it and pointed it at The Johnson Show 2008 gallery, restoring continuity to links for anyone looking to relive that day. I may flesh out something a bit more substantial, scraping together various forum accounts of the day and whatever the Wayback Machine has picked up into a coherent historical record.
The Little Cars have returned! I’ve uploaded the existing photos from my collection from the website backup. The collection has grown since then so there’s more to come.
Traveled south to the annual Litchfield Bug In with friends despite the Jetta being grounded. The gallery was never posted due to site problems at the time, so here it is!
A beautiful day for a dip in the lake, and grilling up food with fellow dubbers. Er did anyone bring a spatula?
A bring-and-share BBQ and informal Show and Shine in Forest Park, Queens for Volkswagens and Audis.
The complete album from last weekend, nearly 500 photos in all, is up and available for your enjoyment! Head to the Wolfsgart 2016 page to browse the full set!
I’ve uploaded pictures I’d taken at Wolfsgart 2010, which hadn’t been uploaded to the site before it crashed. I believe this was the 3rd year for Wolfsgart, and posting it is timely on the eve of Wolfsgart 7!Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)
Slowly filling the site back in. I’ve been backdating everything so it’ll make sense going forward. I’ll start making quick present-dated posts like this to announce additional stuff that’s reappeared in the past.
I’ve changed the layout again. The site has forged its own identity apart from the ring. After thinking about it for a while, I decided to change the layout so all the resources are equally accessible. Of course, a name change was required. Since I already have the domain WCVW, I figured “Water-Cooled Volkswagen World” fit perfectly. Hopefully, no one out there has a site by the same name – if you know of one, let me know.
I’m sure you’re all sitting on the edge of your seats in anticipation of the December stats. Ok, I’m not fooling anybody. Anyhow, the ring homepage was viewed roughly 1100 times in December. 17500 people browsed member pages and the the ring code was clicked on 1300 times.