It's a guy thing.





6 comments:

  1. Sue - so nice to see pictures from home. We've been gone so long I almost forget - the deer, the antlers, the snowfall. And rest in peace to the pick-up. Thanks for stopping by Bring the Monkey - it was fun to see you there.

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  2. The BirdMan looked over my shoulder to see these past two posts. He loves seeing the deer and asked why he didn't see any either of the times I took him to Manitou :-)
    Sorry about the truck...it is hard to let go of a well traveled vehicle.
    Stay warm! In my head it is still September...how about you?!

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  3. Is it really true that all good things must come to an end??? Let's hope you'll have a replacement soon that will help you forget all about this truck. For one thing, maybe you won't be moving again any time soon?!

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  4. My husband has a mysterious relationship with his old truck, too....lots of road time and priceless memories. We just plunked a few more hundred dollars into it this weekend (sigh). Guys. Glad and grateful and exasperated:) Hope your week is wild and wonderful, Jen

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  5. Love seeing more glimpses into your world! Stay warm!

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  6. Goodbye truck... don't be sad, you were precious!

    Maybe tomorrow we'll have the first snow on the mountains around Athens.
    Be well, kisses.

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