Saturday, May 23, 2009

Window Shopping with Justin…

Yesterday I went on a business trip with my son, I just went along for the ride and to be with him for a visit. After getting his business taken care of, we did a little “window” shopping…

...We decided that we really wanted this little red truck … but…

We decided this was more like what we could afford…and after all—it does have “good bones”…

--30--

7 comments:

  1. Being the daughter of a mechanic, growing up in a "motor-head" home town, having worked in a junk yard for 13 years and for the love of old pickups....I do enjoy these photos.

    Great post! :o)

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  2. That was a really big window you guys were shopping thru.

    Love the patina colors on the truck.. evidently the doggie does too.

    DI
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  3. Cute post! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Hope you didn't stay up too late :-)

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  4. I always wanted my own plant nursery with an old truck (more like the red one) that I could load up the back end with flowers and park by the road. wouldn't that be an attention getter!

    Like you, I probaby should go for the rusted one though! however, if it's anything like my bicycle, it might make a nice flower pot!

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  5. Oh Becky---I'm sure that fancy red truck was tempting... But--the old rusty one might be just for you.... Love the old dogs!!! They are protecting that old truck!!!! ha

    Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. how does that saying go?? "rusty but trusty"?? :) :) Great post....that cherry red is a beauty!

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  7. oh gosh...do i ever love love love that truck!
    and yes, like us older women..LOL...good bones!
    LOL :) LOL :)
    your blog always makes me smile!

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