My first car was Brigitte, a 1969 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, Wolfsburg edition.
Believe it or not that is me accompanying Brigitte in the attached photos. Crazy to think that a long time ago (Photos are from summer 0f 1991) I actually had hair!
My current transportation consists of too many options, Michelle and I personally own eight vehicles. 2013 X3 is the vehicle I have used most often the past year or so.
Favorite car of all time also happens to be my dream car. This requires a bit of theatrics, drum roll please, loud cymbal clash!!! 1994 Porsche 928 GTS with the manual transmission option in polar silber metallic paint with black leather upholstery. I have the acquisition of this beauty tied into a particular business goal as my reward for its achievement.
Do not really have a road trip bucket list trip. I would most certainly accompany Michelle and family for a road trip to partake the splendor, beauty, and magnificence of what God has created out west. But I am not interested in doing all of the driving! Would need to be an amicable division of road duties for me to enjoy the adventure.
Time away from work is divided amongst too many hobbies and intererst which makes planning my weekend activities difficult. For example, my current activities list includes: Road cycling, Mountain biking, fishing, ELR rifle activities and training along with competitive events, Hiking and camping (Still have a huge portion of the Appalachian Trail that needs my foot prints left on it), White water kayaking (Truth be told, I am much too old for this one), Walks with Michelle and our pup Ashley, Reading and
My first car was a 1974 Chevy Nova, followed almost immediately by a 1997 BMW 318i.
2011 BMW X5 xDrive 35d (150k miles); 2011 Toyota Sienna (over 200k miles); 2007 Ford Edge (200k miles); 2001 BMW 540i (over 200k miles)
My favorite car of all time is the old station wagon my family owned when I was a kid. It had the rear facing seat in the very back, and my brother and I made so many memories in that car! We used to love making faces and waving and the people behind us.
I was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. My dad was in the Army at the time and was stationed in Honolulu.
My bucket list road trip is to see the Grand Canyon.
When I’m not working I can be found helping my wife care for our 4 children, volunteering at my church, fishing, target shooting, working around my house or building knives. Although I usually wait until the last minute, right before the holiday or occasion, to build the knives because when they are finished I have a hard time waiting to gift them.
My first car was a Chevy Nova. This same car was passed down to Josh when he turned 18!
I currently drive a BMW X5 (E53 Generation) as well as a BMW Z3 when we feel like having a little wind blowing through our hair.
I was born in a small town in Ohio called Roseville. Roseville had no stop lights at all, only stop signs!
My road trip bucket list would include traveling out west to see the National Parks with my sweet husband and our grandchildren in an R.V.!
I am very busy with homeschooling our Grandchildren and spending time with our family. I love to hike, go on bike rides with John, bird watching (and small animals such as chipmunks, squirrels, and the occasional opossum or raccoon) at our backyard feeders, as well as reading and paint by numbers! I also love to bake homemade bread with freshly ground wheat at home for our family. The Grandkids always let me know when they’re running out of bread at home!
1994 Chevy 1500
2006 Ford F-250, 1994 Chevy 1500, 1996 Jeep Cherokee, 2008 Chevy Trail Blazer SS, 2017 Yamaha XSR900
70’s – 80’s Chevy C10 LS Powered, top of the line suspention, brakes, etc.
I want to fly west, purchase an old vehicle (maybe a C10)and road trip home with my best friend.
Off roading/Jeep stuff. i.e., fab work, engine swaps + wheeling.
1993 Mercury Sable
2011 Ford Edge Sport
1969 Chevelle SS
Rout 66 in a convertible or on a motorcycle.
Cook, watch my son play football, spend time with family.
1998 Jeep Wrangler
1994 BMW M3 GT
2-3 weeks exploring the west coast (Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, California, etc.)
I love spending rime with my twin children + family, playing golf and being active outdoors (hiking, fishing, hunting).
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