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Old 12-04-2008, 05:13 PM   #1
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Just recently took a trip from Orange County in Southern Calfornia to the Pismo Beach area, central coast California (about 250 miles) to visit the kids. Had done the usual pre tip checks and checked and filled the tires. Arrived in the Pismo area, it had rained most of the day, got set up and did a walk around to make sure everything was OK. There it was, sitting on the driver side door, on the first step.... the valve stem cap, right where I put it when I filled the tire....! Did not want to tell mama, but did... got the usaul 'you are an old forgetful fool' knew that was going to happen... antway, made my martini, lit up a cigar and said to myself, here is a story to tell...
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Just recently took a trip from Orange County in Southern Calfornia to the Pismo Beach area, central coast California (about 250 miles) to visit the kids. Had done the usual pre tip checks and checked and filled the tires. Arrived in the Pismo area, it had rained most of the day, got set up and did a walk around to make sure everything was OK. There it was, sitting on the driver side door, on the first step.... the valve stem cap, right where I put it when I filled the tire....! Did not want to tell mama, but did... got the usaul 'you are an old forgetful fool' knew that was going to happen... antway, made my martini, lit up a cigar and said to myself, here is a story to tell...
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Old 12-06-2008, 04:56 AM   #3
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It must have been one smooth ride !!
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Back in the 50s my dad took an 18 mile drive in his 40 Plymouth. When he got there he found a grass clipper on the front fender that had made the trip with him. Well his SIL's sister figured her new 55 Merc rode better and could do that. So she laid her wallet on the fender and took off. She never did see that wallet again.

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