Share Your World For 12/16/23

Hey y’all! Back with another week of questions and answers…

What is the most comfortable vehicle you have even ridden in or driven? In England, Mary and I rode from the airport to the hotel in a Jaguar sedan. It was bigger on the inside than a lot of cars driven by car services here, and it was a smooth, quiet ride. The driver was a bit of a chatterbox…

What is the most uncomfortable vehicle you have even ridden in or driven? By far the worst was the flight where the woman sitting next to me was bigger than I am (and I’m a big person) to the point where she was sitting on my thigh the whole trip. I think, in certain parts of the world, that means we’re married…

Have you ever ridden a horse (or a donkey at the seaside)? I have, on multiple occasions. Not really my favorite thing to do.

If you could have one of these as a pet, which would it be and why? Black panther, cheetah, leopard, lynx The panther. I love black kitties…

Awwwwwww….

That’s all for this week! Time to blow this Popsicle stand!

19 thoughts on “Share Your World For 12/16/23

  1. Does Mary know that in another part of the world you’re married to your seat mate? Just kidding 🙃. Seriously congratulations on 45 years!! That’s awesome. Cheers to you both!

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  2. I would choose a black Panther too for the same reason.
    My friend, who was in the accident, is the manager of CAA and he’s a travel agent. He told me the seats ate .ore squashed together in economy but the reason for the baggage needing to be smaller and not as heavy? People have become fatter so the airplane can’t be over a certain weight. How sad is that?!
    I love our Buick from the mid 70s it had the curved back window…such a neat design. I can’t remember the name of it right now but it was very roomy.
    The worst was having to be in our 1968 dump truck. My parents owned a sawmill and this old vehicle was used to haul sawdust firewood and even grade A lumber. It was used when I moved and I had to ride in the back of it to make sure everything stayed where it was. It did as it was battened down but I wasn’t!

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      1. Yes, and no. It was at the Blandford Steam Rally and they were offering tank rides for a fiver. I always wanted to drive one with a ‘spout’ so my bestie and I signed up leaving the husbands with the dogs, and climbed aboard. Apparently you could hear our screams as we hung on for dear life doing the obstacle course. We were on the outside and both of us had bruises on our bums for weeks!

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    1. Mary and I took a delayed honeymoon there in ’79 (spent a week in Edinburgh – rode the Intercity 120! – and a week in London), and the week I was talking about was in ’90 (we were in Maidenhead, where my company had an office at the time).

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