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... a perfect job it sure looks much better and I am not embarrassed to drive it. I talked to the relatives in Alberta and it is.now 2 below zero. So the snow has not let up and I'm glad we left when we did. They had 10 inches the day we left and the storm was following us. It is nice to be back in warm and beautiful territory.
... in life that she reminds me. Sucks to be her....ha ha. HEY, it's my bog, isn't it?
I took a gagillion photos of these cars (I'll include a small amount here), and if someone can tell me what to do with the rest, we're there. You can buy some of these cars that were for sale, but cash in the six figures. Holy ****. I wouldn't do it since I already look styling' in my Smart car.
... from earlier in the day. Ten of us decided to dine at the fashionable “Stephanie Inn” just down the road. When we called in our reservation for the evening we were asked if we were older than twelve!? This got a rip roaring laugh from Car#1! This place is advertised as $$$$, Continental food and diners enjoy a romantic view of Haystack Rock. I was a little miffed when our view was of the street and no Haystack ...
... hollering "Hey you guy's" and see Data with his gadgets and gizmos strapped to his belly. I could picture the 'Truffle shuffle' and I want a Baby Ruth.
We also ventured out to the State Park across from us. Fort Stevens State Park. It's right along the Columbia River where Lewis and Clark finally found the Pacific Ocean. We saw whales spouting right off the coast and heard sea lions barking. They sounded like they were right on the beach ...
... and feeling nervous that we're about to annoy some poor sod who now lives there. It was brilliant though, Mikey and Data's houses were both there, on the hill, looking fully recognisable although they've has subtle changes since the film was made. The man who lives in Data's house was unpacking his groceries from the car, and one of the blokes helped him carry them to his door. As they were already chatting and the fella seemed pretty friendly, I went to join ...