Thursday, August 29, 2013

VROOM! VROOM!


Not quite sure what it is! But whenever I see a 'souped-up' older truck

it is like it's talking to me!!


Should I be worried?!


18 comments:

  1. Oh oh. It's one of the first signs, you know.

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  2. Only worry if it's saying "steal me".

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    1. Hi AJ! Not that far gone but close at times!

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  3. Hahaha...I was ready with my comment but got sidetracked by Debra's humour :)

    Just keep snapping away and creating beautiful images...while the truck is speaking to you! :O

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    1. And was it talkin Martha! But I was strong and ignored it!! Well, tried to!

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    1. Hi Pat. Thanks, I wanted the yellow to POP more. What would we ever do without editing?

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  5. A real beauty -- I think you need an old truck to drive around in Jim. :)

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    1. Well Nacy, I had one back in the early 90's when we needed one for hauling soil, plants, and everything else! I loved that little 1/4 ton GMC.

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  6. Hi Y'all!

    Oh I love to ride in trucks...my Human Papa, an old farm boy, feels lost without his truck...can't let him see this!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Hey 'Hawk'! Not fair! You get to ride around with Papa! Any extra room?

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  7. old trucks are just something special-we drove a very old ford truck around the woods and just local here

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    1. that should read: we drive a very old ford truck

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    2. They can hold up to a lot of abuse, Kathy! I can see one would be very handy for you guys!

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  8. Little boys and their toys.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I hear you Janie! But what can he do?

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  9. It's talkin'. It's saying " I'm horrible to drive in the snow!"

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