Sunday, February 21, 2016


What do we really know about one another, we read each other's blogs, but there is more to each of us than our blog content.  So this year I am going to try to create a meme, or list of questions of the week. If you like the questions, feel free to copy and paste the questions onto your blog, and please link back to  Let me know in the comments how to find your blog and your answers. 

Five questions about wheels, cars and otherwise.

1) What was the first car you owned? 
          1972 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royal Coupe 

2) How many cars and trucks have you owned?
           15, Oldsmobile 88, Oldsmobile 88, Oldsmobile Cutlas, VW Rabbit Diesel, Renault, Toyota, Toyota, Mazda, Honda Civic, 1990 Honda Accord, 1992 Honda Accord, 1994Honda Accord, Saturn, Cadillac, Mazda. 

3) Have you ever ridden a motorcycle? 
            Yes, around the block a few times.  I liked it. 

4) When was the last time you rode a bicycle? 
            Within the last month.

5) Uni-Cycles - cool or beyond strange? 
             Beyond strange. 


  1. 1) 1980 chevy monte carlo

    2) (gift) 1972 ford pinto, (gift) 1977 pontiac sunfire, (bought new) 1980 chevy monte carlo, (bought new) 1990 hyundai accent, (bought used) 2001 hyundai elantra

    3) no

    4) can't remember

    5) beyond strange

  2. Anonymous2/21/2016

    1) A Duck Orange 2CV.
    2) A Duck Orange 2CV.
    3) I dated a guy once who had one. It scared the hell out of me.
    4) On the back of Guido's mountain bike a couple of weeks ago.
    5) Beyond strange unless you are a circus act.

  3. 1) 1966 Ford Mustand convertible
    2) 1968 Chevy truck, 1974 Toyota Corona, 1986 Chevy S-10 Blazer, 1990 Volvo 740, 1979 Volvo 240 wagon, 1992 Volvo 740 wagon, 1994 Mercedes 220c, 1992 Ford Bronco, 2001 BMW 740iL, 2003 Ford Thunderbird, 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid, 2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser which I still have along with my 2013 Ford Fusion Energi Plug-in Hybrid Electric.
    3) No
    4) Many years ago
    5) way beyond strange

  4. I do not believe this thing called 'snow'.