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Hang on to the board, Sport!Yes, she was and she said to tell you she yelled "please" as well :-)
Goodness gracious, a flashback from the 60s LOL. Hang ten, Michelle!
Oi! Enough of that, Missy Spuddie! You'll ruin my reputation :-)
Surely is, Mr O. It's impressive in real life! He's a clever bloke that fixed it.
Now if nobody gets on this puzzle I can stay on the board. He must be happy you chased him all over the park. Was the Hawk hanging out of the window yelling yooo hoo can you stop?
Hey, Musta! Gnarly '67!
If you were chasing hin, Foxy, no wonder he was running!!!! :)
Some real engineering!
Thanks, JC. The bloke who built it was rightly proud of it. I chased him around an RV park to ask if I could take photos :-)
Nice, Foxy! And a great project!
Thanks, Shirley - you chose a smart place to sit - there's shelter from rain and sun :-) Natural air con too LOL.
I think I'll have a back seat please, Great boys toy, Thanks Chrissie.:):)
Neither do we know, Snooker dearest :-) You gather correctly. Wonder what the other two parental halves look like?
Have no idea what you two are saying. Gather it is part car and part motorcycle. Its parents must be very proud. :)
Or even a Muscley Tanghar! He did have good taste in colour, didn't he LOL. Thanks, Jill dearest :-)
It looks like a Musley or perhaps a Hartang to me. Whichever it it, the ownwer showed wisdom in his detailing color. A good one, dear T! Thanks!