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kenw photos
Joined: 4/25/2005
Location: Cypress (Houston), Texas, USA
Posts: 255
Posted: Apr/01/2007 8:11 PM PST

Lucky for me I didn't send my wife out shopping for telling what she would have found. Fortunately I just bought a wheelbarrow....

Picked it up yesterday in San Marcos (TX) and got to drive it all the way back home (nw of Houston) thru the bluebonnets.....well, not literally THRU the bluebonnets....but it was about 200 miles.

A great way to break it in.:animorang


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Joined: 3/20/2007
Location: central Pa.
Posts: 892
Posted: Apr/01/2007 8:40 PM PST

nice car but how much topsoil will the trunk hold,,,,, but the true test would be fresh horse apples. lol,,,wheelbarrow might be better.
Gardengoddess photos
Joined: 7/30/2004
Location: The Great Plains
Posts: 564
Posted: Apr/01/2007 11:15 PM PST

Wow! I need a wheelbarrow like that :-)

Dora/Garden Goddess
dove45 photos
Joined: 1/29/2006
Location: Oliver B.C. Canada
Posts: 424
Posted: Apr/02/2007 2:51 AM PST

Originally posted by kenw
actually the trunk is pretty large, and it has a molded tray with a surrounding 2" tall lip to catch spills. But it sure isn't a truck. I'm a car guy, altho I live in Texas and the Suburban is the defacto official vehicle (I think there are at least a dozen on our block alone....). But not for me.

No horse apples......ever!

And what is wrong with Suburbans, I love them. WE have 5 of them. My dream is to own a 1990 Suburban someday.
Your new car is nice but I am for the anything in the 50's - 70's look. But I still like you wheelbarrow though.
Flowersgalore blog photos
Joined: 1/05/2003
Location: Southern California
Posts: 316
Posted: Apr/02/2007 3:47 AM PST

Very nice car... Congratulations on your new toy!
Joined: 6/06/2005
Location: Ontario, Canada..Zone 4
Posts: 8401
Posted: Apr/02/2007 12:34 PM PST

Nice car Ken. May she keep you safe wherever you drive her.
Jules photos
Joined: 5/14/2002
Posts: 1093
Posted: Apr/02/2007 2:09 PM PST

Boys and their toys!!! Gotta love a new car - I used to drive ONLY new vehicles, until we were able to buy our company van. As long as it can hold plants, gardening tools and a set of golf clubs, it keeps me happy. Enjoy your bonding with your new toy - it would turn my head if you drove by me!
CTFLOWERS blog photos
Joined: 5/13/2007
Location: Connecticut
Posts: 25
Posted: Jun/03/2007 8:47 PM PST

I have a Honda Accord & it's going on 13 years old...they last forever, you'll love it~ congrats on your new car!
poeticpeony blog photos
Joined: 4/04/2006
Location: NE Ohio, deck chuckin' fool
Posts: 9437
Posted: Jun/06/2007 8:09 AM PST

I don't know if I'd want something as big as a Suburban. It probably wouldn't fit in the driveway anyhow. lol We'd either have to take out a big maple by the driveway or part of the front porch. lol My Blazer is nice though. It's not a '77 International Scout 2, but it sits up high and I can get out of snow if I over compensate coming in the driveway and end up in the yard.

That's a sharp car. The flowers are beautiful, too.
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Joined: 3/01/2006
Location: McFarland (Madison), Wisconsin
Posts: 4582
Posted: Jul/13/2007 5:07 PM PST

Here's a pic of our "new" toy...actually an '87 Honda CRS Si. It can really scoot! Vrooooommmmm, vroooooommmm..... (zoom, zoom, zoom? how totally lame! )


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