Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
The seaplane - because it's a seaplane, but that canoe photo is very cool as well.Since I'm ticked off at BMW, that last photo makes me happy.
I gotta ask, why is BMW on your S-list?
It has to do with a lease, my return of the vehicle under mileage and in immaculate condition and a dispute over tread depth. BMW charged me $850 for two run-flat tires on the rear even though there was ample tread. I failed to read the contract where it was stipulated, so it's bad on me, but it was my last BMW and I rejoice at BMW distress - even though I don't hate their owners. My revenge fell short of finding legal ways to injure the dealership because it was a corporate policy.Their loss really because I would have bought another car to replace the M-5 lease. That's when I bought the Ford Raptor.
Two people I know had similar experiences with the local Mercedes dealer. Why they play these games is beyond me, as it just costs them future business.
Friday open road-Jeeps in Trouble Edition :-) The second to the last pic is heart breaking, somebody didn't care about their "Thou Kaw"BaconLovr
Yeah, I bet late at night, when it's very quiet, you can hear that bike rusting.
gives me nightmares just to think about it
Several great ones in a field of very good ones.I'm thinking the stonewall. Although the jeep with it's nose in the air reminds me of adventure movies where the hero is stuck in quicksand and scrambling to get out while ever so slowly sinking to his inevitable demise!
The long and winding roadThat leads to your doorWill never disappearI've seen that road beforeIt always leads me hereLead me to your door
The snowy bridge.
Looks like you've added a "Perils of the Open Road" category!
The seaplane, and the path on the hillside.