Saturday, August 1, 2009

New Ride!

Now does it have to be a vacation to a
tropical paradise to qualify?

Not today because sweet hubs spent
at Howdy Honda trading in what we call...

'The Scout Mobile' ~*~ a.k.a. my old Expedition
for a Honda Pilot.
He said the place was really nice, serving drinks
and what not. Not those fruity tropical ones with
the little umbrella but free.

It was kinda like a circus because of all the
hoops our new government run car industry
makes you jump through
before you get...

So new adventures await the Scouts
whether camping in the deep forest...
climbing mountains or maneuvering water ways.

Me? I've already programmed the GPS for
my next outing!

Doing our part to keep the country
moving forward.
Speaking of moving...please go visit
Christine's Home and Travel Adventures
and share your own.


KBeau said...

Good for you. When I read the title of your post, I was afraid it was going to be a horse. Instead you got horsepower.

Dreamgirl said...

Congratulations on your new car!
I hope it will take you new and fabulous places.

Enjoy your weekend!
Thanks for visiting me today...

Dixie said...

New wheels! can we still fill your new pilot to the rim with junk!

Can't wait to see it.

I'm exhausted! have to go back tomorrow for adding price tags.. then I'll post about my adventure probably Monday... ;)

have a blessed Sunday... Dixie

xinex said...

Congrats on the new car. How exciting! And the GPS will come in handy for sure. Thanks for joining SS, Candy. Sorry, I am a little late in visiting but I just got back from my worst trip ever. I will blog about it...Christine

Jean Tuthill said...

Congrats on your new car. You'll probably get better gas mileage. And the built in GPS will be great when you're seeking out new junk places! May you drive it many miles and enjoy every minute of it!

Jenn said...

Congrats on the new wheels ;)

Nice mosaic and love your photos!

RobinfromCA said...

Congrats on wading through the bureaucratic red tape and getting the new car! My daughter is trying to do the same thing. It's going to be a long few years.

Robin@Miscellaneous Thoughts