an old Chevy from back in the day. It looks very clean and uncluttered.
Today members of a small car club got together and displayed some of their cars at the elementary school parking lot that's just down the street from my daughter's house, so I went over there and took a few pictures. I'm always attracted to colorful shiny things.
It's still pretty hot here. So I spend a lot of time sitting in my easy chair with my Endless Breeze fan blowing on me. I reckon it's going to be a hot summer here in Denver, and if it's this hot in June I can't wait to see what July and August will be.
I'm still spending most of my time dealing with selling my guns. There selling but its very time-consuming, I get emailed a lot of questions during the day about one gun or another. I talked to the local gun dealer about doing all of this for me, and he does it but he wanted 20% of the sale to handle everything. That seemed like a lot of money especially for the more expensive guns so at least for the moment I'll continue to do it myself.
long time ago people were thin and cars were bulbous, now it's the other way around. The car manufacturers were not much concerned about wind resistance, gas was pennies a gallon so nobody cared.
this Toyota Land Snoozer is a nice off-road vehicle, great for getting around in the Colorado mountains.
but its no longer a snoozer, it looks like someone dropped a Chevy 350 in it.
it looks like somebody decided to buy a car instead of a house. This has got to be a chick magnet if there ever was one.
so you spend your life savings on a Ferrari that will attract Lots of women, but your car has a big honking engine where the backseat should be, what's the point of that.