Well. yesterday was buzy. We went out for Breakfast. Nothing unusual about that, I'm sure. But after breakfast we decided to recheck a few of the geocaches we had looke for before.. found 3 for 3. yea !!
I had suggested that we visit the Antique Car museum for a couple of weeks now. And we went.. I think we got our $10 worth. The Muscel Cars are in. Jerry had a blast. Before you ask if I had fun.. well yes.. but I'm not a car fan per say.. As long as it has four wheels on the ground and one that fits in my hand, a car is a car. I can't tell a Dodge from a Ford, to be honest about it. But I saw some great, unusual and unique cars while we were there. I didn't pick up any post cards though. It did reminde me of a couple of stories my Mom told me.
The local Doctor and my Great Grandfather had a dispute about who got the first car in the area. GGP ordered his first. But the Doctor recieved his first. Seems being a "Human" doctor has it's privledges when it came to shipping. Don't get me wrong. The men were friends. And were know to consult with each other as well. Of course.. GGP would always tell his friend.. now if it was my patient, I'd recomend putting it down. Great Grand Paw Raised mules for a living and he was also know for his skills in healing even the most sick of them and bringing them back to good health, if possible.
And of course.. one more on my G-Grandfather.. Sure he ordered the first car, but he didn't drive it.. Seems that the first and only time he drove it.. he was heading for the barn and he holloer Gee, then Whoa.. and the durn thing didn't do either. He had Uncle James teach my Grandmother how to drive and she used the hand controls. When Mom turned 11 or 12, he had that same Uncle teach her how to drive and they had to put blocks of wood on the pedals to she could reach them. That was befor the adjustable seats came in cars.
Outside my door ... (7am) It's raining. Sure beats snowing, though. We may reach the mid 50's. I heard that GulfPort Mississippi may even reach 60F today. I'll take rain over snow almost any day.