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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Pacman, Mar 26, 2006.
This is what I was up to:
Man, what a country!!!
Very nice Pacman! Very nice.
I go to those for my vehicle, but we meet in a huge mud puddle in the middle of the woods.
When the wife and I drove to Colorado a while back we stopped and went to Palo Duro Canyon in Amarillo. We met some people who were there with a corvette club from Dallas.
There wasn't a person under 60 to be found.
...wow....how do you get to 100mph in mud?
Those C6's are hot! The body style is really growing on me.
Did you beat them?
I'm well under 60, I assure you.
Although....they should've name the C6 the C60 - for those exact reasons.
What kind of car is that????
I was looking at the first pic and it took a moment; I thought you were going to go lease some property!
And if you want some photography tips, I think the 4th pic is the first good snapshot - there's no reason to fill the pic with other stuff than the subject: you could have taken the first shot from kneel, second from near the blue car, then gone actually to see what the guys are looking at under the hood.. Makes better photography when you don't actually have to guess what the pic is about!
Now when I think about it, the fifth pic has "the States" written all over it.
Well, it could be Canada, but that would have Esso instead of Exxon.
An ex of mine desperately wants to get a used Porsche so she can do a Porsche run around here. They go up the canyons in Malibu at ridiculous speeds, and people occasionally die--but what a way to go!
Missed your wisdom on the last smoking/no smoking thread...
My wife and I participated in the Porsche club for about a year, but quit because all of the other members were at least 30 years older than us and we had nothing in common.
I miss track days, and I miss my Porsche, but I don't miss that overpriced maintenance.
I <3 Corvettes