Thursday, June 23, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday

36 comments:

  1. LOVE your new header and the awesome car shot too.

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  2. I love that old car Farmchick! Stunning new header too! Have a great day!

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  3. I love the color of that car.

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  4. i second jill's comments. both are wonderful!

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  5. Now that's a car I want to take a cruise in across the prairie. Loving the new header also!

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  6. My dad can look at the back end of these old cars and tell you exactly when they were made. It would be neat to have such distinctive features in our vehicles today! Great shot!

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  7. What a classic! I love the outdoor setting.

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  8. The color is what caught my eye initially, but I would love to drive it around our small town.

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  9. LOVE that car! I can see myself driving that!

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  10. Too cute...love the color!!

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  11. I love your header!

    Is that a Nash? Classic!

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  12. Ohhh.. eye candy.. love the new header and I must tell you.. your blog is my favorite "find".. I love your art, your eye, your home and just everything. I showed hubby the car photo and he "I love those old Nash Metros!!". I have him looking for a vintage VW bus though, I want to relive the 60s!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  13. Great picture and I love the new header!

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  14. I can't believe how much I missed in your small town. Love the County Fair goings-on, the chainsaw carvings, the pig, and 4-H that no one answered....head, heart, hands, health, did I get that right?...been there eons ago and missin' small town stuff.
    BlessYourHeart

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  15. My brother drove one of these in high school in 1968

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  16. My brother drove one just like this one in high school 1968

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  17. cho: Beep beep (beep beep),
    Beep beep (beep beep),
    His horn went beep beep beep (beep beep).

    While riding in my Cadillac, what to my surprise,
    A little Nash Rambler was following me, about one-third my size.
    The guy must have wanted to pass me out
    As he kept on tooting his horn (beep beep).
    I'll show him that a Cadillac is not a car to scorn.


    My car went in to passing gear and we took off with gust,
    And soon we were doing ninety, must have left him in the dust.
    When I peeked in the mirror of my car, I couldn't believe my eyes.
    The little Nash Rambler was right behind, you'd think that
    guy could fly.


    cho:

    Now we're doing a hundred and twenty, as fast as I could go.
    The Rambler pulled alongside of me as if we were going slow.
    The fellow rolled his window down and yelled for me to hear:
    "Hey, buddy, how can I get this car out of second gear?"

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  18. New header I like it. Love the photo of this old car. B

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  19. Now that would be a fun ride!

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  20. They should bring that car color back!

    Love your new header!

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  21. I am not a car buff ... but that's a weird looking classic, and fitting for the title !

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  22. That looks like the Henry J we drove when we were first married? Don't know if I am right because that is all ancient history. -- barbara

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  23. Love the Nash. One of my relatives had one when I was in high school. What I wouldn't give to have some of my old cars from that era: an MG midget, a VW bus, a VW 411 Sedan...my husband had lots of cars growing up that he wishes he still had including a Woody! Boy, what were we all thinking when we sold them??

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  24. Can I get in that car right now ;-)

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  25. A cool new header and a nice old car!

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  26. What a neat ol car. Looks to be in great shape too.

    Love your new header! :)

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  27. That one looks like a Nash. And, I agree, cool banner montage.

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  28. great shot.

    btw there is an artist who does log sculpture in our town as well......seems to be popular in the midwest!

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  29. I like the new look as well, and the car as well. Looks like i can fit that in my living room. Richard from the Amish settlement of Lebanon,Pa

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  30. A surprise for thoughtless thursday.... I never expected to see that one. The colour of the the car works well with the texture though.

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  31. My husband called this little car a Nash. I have never heard of a Nash before...But, I must say...it is as cute as a bug!
    Love the new header...Great pictures..
    Hope you enjoy a fun filled weekend..
    shug

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  32. I think this is the same little car that we teasingly told Kelsay she would be getting to drive. She surprised us by saying that she loved it!

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