Post by bambooshank on Sept 1, 2018 10:07:52 GMT -5
When I had my Weimaraner Levi we’d head out early everyday for several hours of exercise time for both of us, me walking and he doing what his DNA had him do, needless to say both of us had to be poured back into the 1995 Mercedes SL500. After Levi passed I drove it twice then it sat in the driveway with the battery on a trickle charger so I parted company with it and the new owner loves it. banj
Fly fishing is my Quisisana, that’s Italian for a place where one heals oneself. fishnbanjo
Post by lonecoyote on Sept 1, 2018 10:44:33 GMT -5
Very nice car, I understand your need for parting with it. When my Lab Ringo passed away in ‘95 I could no longer drive the Ford Econoline E-250 Custom Sleeper. Ringo was not a dog...he was a close friend....he was my fishing, hunting and camping buddy, he’s forever in my heart. The vehicle was “ ours “ together! I drove the vehicle 4 or 5 times and knew this van was no longer “ our”!!! It was sold out of State.
“Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes.” – The Results and Merits of Tobacco, 1844, Doctor Barnstein
I don’t drive very often, when I do it’s the family car, a 2016 Honda CR-V Touring Edition, we’re one of the original 3000 first owners of a Honda Automobile and can’t say I’m sorry for owning any of them. banjo