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Sharing a Slice of Life this week's subject is, "Get Into My Car".
Our cars seem to have their own life stories, don't they? I had not given it much thought until I started reviewing photos of some of the cars that Man and I have owned.
There was the full sized station wagon that we owned sometime after 1980, it was our first SECOND car. Must fess up, I don't remember what kind of car it was or the year, but I loved it. If I remember correctly, it gave Man fits mechanically and he ended up with bad memories of it.
There was the 1986 Ford custom van. We spent wayyyy too much $$ on it, we designed it ourselves, the color choices, the interior, the paint job. We loved that van, lots of camping trips with that van. Took it north for winter camping, took it to Tennessee where we took this photo. I had a blast staging this photo, poor Man, he just could not understand my fascination with this water covered concrete bridge and HIS van, and the camera! LOL Yes, this van is loaded with memories.
More cars, more stories, too many to write about. Most of the memories and stories are good, but, there are a few scary and not so happy ones.
And, then there is Big Butt, whose story is still unfolding. You can see Big Butt (2003 GMC 3500 with a Allison/8.1) toting Tana down the street in the photo at the bottom of this blog. Man and I are anxious to see what other stories Big Butt might have in store for us - - - bring em on!!
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