Non-sequitur

I recently installed an aftermarket HID headlamp kit in a customer's car. I thought the wording was interesting in the instructions. Somehow, dazzling isn't the word that comes to mind when being blinded by the oncoming intense blue lamps.
I recently installed an aftermarket HID headlamp kit  on a customer’s car. I thought the wording was interesting in the instructions. Somehow, dazzling isn’t the word that comes to mind when being blinded by the oncoming intense blue lamps.

This is a page that’s for everything else.

 

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Kristoff, our first grand baby!
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Kinda gives new meaning to the term, Breaking Bad! OUCH!

 

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Grandma!
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The old 72 Squire and I drove 1300+ miles to Ann Arbor, MI, and picked up this 78 Apache Royal popup camper. I wasn’t home a week when I decided that I REALLY wanted an American Road camper, instead. Michelle thought I’d lost my mind. Maybe…
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Ahhh, the wonderful Cadillac Ranch. If you haven’t seen it, it’s a sight to behold. I happened to be in Amarillo and actually witnessed these cars being planted in the ground in May of 1974. At least a couple of these were really nice cars. The 49 Sedanette still brings a tear to my eye.
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A fun place we visited while passing through Illinois a few years ago. Decent BBQ and a lot of cool car nostalgia. Tried to hit it again on the Ann Arbor trip, but sadly, they are no longer in business.
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A B29 at the Atomic Museum in Albuquerque. If you are ever in the area, put this place on your “must see” list. Awesome doesn’t even begin to describe it. Plan on spending several hours there.
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The floor gets shined up every blue moon. Had to take a pic.
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Our old 70 XL. 429 4 speed. Sold it a couple of years ago. Last I heard, it is cruising around somewhere in Canada.
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Gracie
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The chamisa is so pretty in the fall, even if it does smell like dirty socks.
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3 of our rescue hospice babies. They loved their stroller rides around the block. All have earned their wings.
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Just a picture of our gate last winter. The best part of snow in Albuquerque is that it doesn’t last. Normally  gone in a day.

 

4 thoughts on “Non-sequitur”

    1. You’re on track with the Walley World comment. The wagon’s name is “Clark”, after Clark Griswold. Yeah, we’re a little out there.
      The wagon is in the process of getting a stroked (460) 429 CJ out of a Mercury Cyclone. I hope we can enjoy it before gas goes back up.

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