On the 12th day of Christmas, the toolpush gave to me, 12 different drilling rigs.
I had a hare time figuring out how to wrap this up with so I decided to pluck some from my travels, where I will stop on the side of the road and get a shot, as well as some other miscellaneous projects in various stages of completion. In this collection you will find:
One Alliance, one Panther, one Advance, one Stampede, one Savanna, three Nabors, three CanElson, and rig one we found in the foothills just as the sun was going to start going down. I have no recollection of what it was. It was orange, near Rocky Mountain House or Drayton Valley. Either way it had a nice fence.
See if you can figure out which is which, and put the company (and maybe rig number) in the comments under each picture.
Several of these pictures have found there way onto walls in the form of large canvases. Two are in Western Star Inns & Suites lobbies and one is in the mayor of Estevan’s office. If one of them catches your eye for a print, let me know via personal message or email email@example.com.
I hope everyone enjoyed this little project. I hope do do it again next year, but a little earlier, before the printing lab deadline.
If you haven’t had a chance to see all the 12 Rigs of Christmas, you can see them on the Brian Zinchuk Publishing Facebook page or my website at www.zinchuk.ca.
Merry Christmas to all the riggers, and to all the company men, a good night.