Sunday, August 23, 2009

Come for a drive



It was such a beautiful day, and with the roof off the Jeep is a lot of fun

20 comments:

  1. Glad you got a chance to use it on a pleasant day. We have had a superb August here- quite the calmest, driest, warmest I can remember...

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  2. same here Kiwi although today was a record hot day for August 37c up the coast, and now we have rain and storms...

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  3. Lol we are surprised when it is 18C warm as it was today;-) But I think we have some storms due as well....

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  4. So the jeep is up and running now?

    I would imagine that a drive in the jeep would be ideal for keeping your mind off..errrrm...certain recent events...

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  5. secret mens business May ;o)

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  6. May, he's too ashamed to write about it here. It is something he wants to forget, but never will, it will stay with him for the rest of his life. The best he can hope for is momentary repite after a lot of beer or maybe a drive in his jeep.

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  7. Hmm.
    You and Maalie could get rid of your secrets. Why don't you write about them on your blogs? It will be cathartic.

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  8. ok ok- Australia lost the cricket test... and I bet warm beer to cold.. so I have to drink warm beer...

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  9. pretend? oh no May thats just not cricket@!!!

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  10. "steer it through the camera?" you mad bugger!
    And the steering wheel's on the wrong side....

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  11. That reminds me of the time I tried to take pics of beautiful big trees planted plenteously along a route. Not the greatest idea there on the freeway, and they didn't turn out all that well, with my window.

    Nice to hear you and your son's voices!

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  12. Are you back at work after the flue, yet mate?

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  13. yes mate, but still not great for real...

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  14. Now, how fun was this? Thanks for taking me along. And thanks for stopping by Willow Manor.

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  15. I have ordered a couple of extra pheasants for after Christmas...

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