Saturday, November 17, 2007


The hard part is over, now the work begins. The very best to you girl, you will always have my support!


bigsoxfan said...

Like one lawyer at the bottom of the sea, Tina's a good start. Not to wish doom on you all, but if she moves stateside, I hope she chooses Maine. We could use her.

glend558 said...

BSF, Why would she go to Maine?
PS...I did some funny farm stuff for you.

bigsoxfan said...

The lights are usually on in Maine and the tap water isn't bad. Nah, Saipan needs her more than the mainland, but I may rethink that after the next election.. Ha, I may return to Mongolia after the next election..

If you are speaking of the stretch limo in snow with the camper, I think he was from a small town near my high school. We call him the Super-Eight Motel king, these days.

Bruce A. Bateman said...

That was a great looking ride allright. All he needed was a half track rear drive quadrant to hit the front page of 'snowmobile magazine' or some such.

Whether she can produce meaninful results or whether she will just tilt with the windmill remains to be seen.

Glen, I'll bet Mark would say that Maine is good training for living in Outer Mongolia. You learn to survive when your radiator has frozen solid and your snowshoes have been stolen by a bear. (:-))

bigsoxfan said...

Todays ride is even better. Most people from Maine, myself included, will say the Suburban was the best car ever to come out of the US car mills. I always wanted an International Travelall, but the Chevy Suburban, now that kicks some butt.

I'm pretty sure I recognize a couple door panels from your stretch Suburban of many colors. The tan and white two tones came from the one my mom hit the deer with back in '80.

Guys at the store; Mahk, see your mom tagged a deer. What did she use?
Me; a .454.
Them; Weatherby? that's a lot of gun for a doe.
Me; No, 454 cubic inch v-8 on a Chevy Suburban. Nice job too, she only busted out a parking light and a dent I pulled with my sisters tack hammer. 120# of clean meat.
Them; got your deer yet?

Ah, those were the days, when you could show up at school and park securely, knowing most of the other vehicles had at the very least a 20ga. in the gun rack.