Sunday, April 30, 2006




Hi Folks,

Here are some photo's taken today at Abby's 3rd birthday party. Abby is our youngest grandaughter and the daughter of our son Brad. Her name is an extension of her mothers maiden name Abbs. We are very fortunate to have them living a block away from us so we get to see them often. The outfit is a gift from our daughter Megan and her husband Andy.

Bob H

Thanks Bob H.

Norma's Questions

Hi again!

We are thoroughly enjoying the hard work you are doing daily.

We are digging up some old pictures and will forward them to you.

I sent an email to Heather Cooper about the reunion in September and have not heard back from her. Do you have any information and is there a list anywhere of who is planning on attending?

Did anyone ever locate Steve Messner? He lived beside by husband (Robert) on Fairfield.

Where did the Hawkins live? We aren't sure that we knew them. When did they move to the Park?

Is it Murray Penny that contributes to the Blog? I think he lives in Orillia now which isn't far from Barrie. He lived at the corner of Third and Springfield when we were growing up.

Do you know the whereabouts of Bernie's brother, Gilbert? We use to chum with him many moons ago.

Did Doug Garrett live on Empire? If I am right he had a sister named Lorna.

Barry & Louise - is that as in Barry Hoillingdrake who was our next store neighbor.

The Johnny's M & R sure send you some great pictures and informations.

Keep up the great work, it is very enjoyable.
Thanks Norma

Home pics from around the Park

709 691


742

709 Harold Morley's house on Greenfield Ave. Mr. Morley was an alderman in the early years of the town. I believe his daughter Mildred lives in Hemmingford.

691 Mennie's house on Fairfield Ave. Mr. Mennie was in the navy during WW2. His wife worked at Kipps' Store. His son James, a Centennial High School graduate, writes for the Montreal Gazette.

742 Ken Thompson's house on John St. Ken's wife Joyce Smitheman grew up on Springfield and went to the little Catholic school on Second St. near Hubert.

Thanks John R.

Kind Thanks from The Swinwoods

Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts - the outpouring of sympathy and love was and is overwelming!! You have no idea the strength and comfort Laurie, Stephen, Ann and I and our family derive from your kind expressions of concern and compassion.

Thanks to everyone who managed to attend the viewing and or funeral of our little Jakey - for the flowers, for the donations to the Dorchester Volunteer Fire Department, who went the limit trying to save our little guy, for the cards,e-cards, telephone messages, telephone calls etc. you have no idea what all of this means to us!!

To the Blog boys, Mike and Marty, both of you were instrumental in getting the word out, where would we be without computers? Thanks so very much to both of you!!

Lastly, to all Greenfield Parkers, both present and past, our hearts will always be with you, you are all class acts!!!

If we have missed anyone, we would ask for a "pass" as we are not kids anymore - for what used to be minds like traps are now, unfortunately, minds like taps.

But some things we will never forget - thank you all................

Laurie, Stephen, Ann, Winston & Family. (The Swinwoods)

Thanks for your kind words. I have not suffered a loss such as yours and I'll hug my family more each day with your loss in mind..

Canadian Scenes






Thanks Barb H.

Sandy R. (Part One)


Good morning Marty,

A while back there was a request on the blog for folks to write and let you know how we came to live where we do now.

Our story started back in 1976. Brian was working for Northern Electric as it was known then and we were living on Cummings St. on the new side of the Park with our 2 little boys, Craig & Kevin who were 6 & 4 yrs old. at the time.

Brian worked in the installation department and he traveled all over the place to work. I was a stay at home Mom. Brian had been sent to work in Halifax and while he was there a posting went up asking for guys to move there permanently. I had never been to Halifax so I said I would think about it, if I could get down and see the place. One of the fellows Brian was working with down there was getting married so we went to the wedding, did a whirlwind tour and the rest is history. I fell in love with the place. My one stipulation was that if I was going to live in the Maritimes I wanted to live in the real Maritimes.

Once again it meant me going for a weekend and looking for a place to live. We managed to find exactly what I wanted. A house in a fishing village. Totally different from anything we had experienced in our lives, but a very happy experience. We packed up and moved from Greenfield Park in June of 1976 when Craig was done his 1st year in school.

The pictures attached are of our house in Herring Cove, and two different shots of what the locals called " The Cove" with our sons Craig & Kevin. The middle picture is looking into he cove and the bottom one is looking from the shore out to the ocean. We could see the ocean from our living room window.

We lived in Herring Cove until Sept. 1984 when we left for Ontario.

Part two tomorrow.

Sandy Robinson

Thanks Sandy for sharing with us..

Highway robbery





Thanks George V.

How True..

Sherri's postcards

Hi Marty,

Just a note to let Sherri know that Gaynor Rowlands was an Edwardian actress from the turn of the 1900's. There is no biography on her that I can find however there are other postcard pictures of her. Apparently she died at a young age.

The cards Sherri has do have a value, in particular those of young women such as Gaynor Rowlands, and if she has some cards or photo's of young women that are considered risque or even nude then they are even more sought after.

Bob H

No Nursing Home for me

About 2 years ago my wife and I were on a cruise through the western Mediterranean aboard a Princess liner. At dinner we noticed an elderly lady sitting alone along the rail of the grand stairway in the main dining room.

I also noticed that all the staff, ships officers, waiters, busboys, etc., all seemed very familiar with this lady. I asked our waiter who the lady was, expecting to be told that she owned the line,but he said he only knew that she had been on board for the last four cruises, back to back.As we left the dining room one evening

I caught her eye and stopped to say hello. We chatted and I said, "I understand you've been on this ship for the last four cruises". She replied, "Yes, that's true." I stated, "I don't understand" and she replied, without a pause, "It's cheaper than a nursing home".So, there will be no nursing home in my future. When I get old and feeble, I am going to get on a Princess Cruise Ship.
The average cost for a nursing home is $200 per day. I have checked on reservations at Princess and I can get a long term discount and senior discount price of $135 per day. That leaves $65 a day for:
1. Gratuities which will only be $10 per day.

2. I will have as many as 10 meals a day if I can waddle to the restaurant, or I can have room service (which means I can have breakfast in bed every day of the week).

3. Princess has as many as three swimming pools, a workout room, free washers and dryers, and shows every night.

4. They have free toothpaste and razors, and free soap and shampoo.

5 They will even treat you like a customer, not a patient. An extra $5 worth of tips will have the entire staff scrambling to help you.

6. I will get to meet new people every 7 or 14 days.

7. T.V. broken? Light bulb need changing? Need to have the mattress replaced? No Problem! They will fix everything and apologize for your inconvenience.

8. Clean sheets and towels every day, and you don't even have to ask for them.

9. If you fall in the nursing home and break a hip you are on Medicare; if you fall and break a hip on the Princess ship they will upgrade you to a suite for the rest of your life.

Now hold on for the best! Do you want to see South America, the Panama Canal, Tahiti, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, or name where you want to go? Princess will have a ship ready to go.
So don't look for me in a nursing home, just call shore to ship.PS - And don't forget, when you die, they just dump you over the side at no charge.

Thanks Barb H.
I'm checking the rates for myself


Heck with Animal how about Nebula

Makes you wonder..

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Home pics


Hi Marty,

This is a picture of our house which we moved into in 1973.
I will send a picture of the house we lived in in the park.

Ellen Stone





We lived at 254 Beck Terrace before moving to Ottawa.One picture is Sam and I and our cat fluffy.The other picture is Cindy,Patrick and Kevin .Our children.

Patrick had a big operation on his hand after falling on a coke bottle in the basement and cutting tendents.It happened when he was two and he had a couple of operations because the tendents were so small and hard to work with.

The kids had many a great baseball game on Beck Terrace in the mornings and then would go swimming all afternoon in the summer time.
It was a great place to bring up children.They had so many friends.
Ellen McCourt Stone

Thanks for sharing with us, Marty N.

Canadian Scenes






Thanks Barb H.

Home pics from around the Park

651
587


646

651 The Whittick's house on Murray Ave.

587 The home of an early mayor of the town Robert Walker. You can see his old house hidden behind the newer addition on St. Charles at Vercheres.

646 Carr's house on the west side of Springfield Ave.

Thanks John R.

Alzheimer's eye test

This is very interesting...
............pretty amazing !! don't scroll down until you have
an answer !!




Count every "F" in the following text:


FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS...












(SEE BELOW)
HOW MANY ?
...................... 3?












WRONG, THERE ARE 6 -- no joke.
READ IT AGAIN !
Really, go Back and Try to find the 6 F's before you scroll
down.











The reasoning is:
The brain cannot process "OF".
Incredible or what? Go back and look again!!

counts all 6 "F's" on the
first go is a genius.


four is quite rare.

Thanks Sandy R.

More on Mickey


Hi Marty
On the subject of crows and dogs. After some considerable digging about I came up with another shot of that now famous dog "Mickey". This photo shows her in one of her many conversations with her friend Blackie. I only wish I owned a movie camera back in those day. These meetings could be very comical as Blackie had the ability to mimic my uncle Harrys laugh. I have no idea what these two use to discuss. Unlike Richard and Steves crow, Blackie did not like tadpoles. He preferred mice which I could catch in abundance in the attic of the old house. He, to my amazement , could swallow a mouse whole. Blackie lived with us for a couple of years and one summer he just disappeared, never to be seen again. I called him for days and got answers from every crow in the area but not Blackie. Even Mickey moped around for a few days.
George V

Thanks George V.

John Robertson's column


Hi Guys,

I'm not sure if your readership will remember this article on setting Secretariat out to stud but, they surely will remember John Robertson's column.

Bob H

Thanks Bob H.

A Fun Puzzle

This will boggle your mind... Take your time and follow
the instructions.
After reading each window click on the boy in the lower
right corner.
In the last window type in your numbers in the white
box . Use the keyboard (there is NO cursor ). Use your mouse on the little man.
You will be amazed....and no, I don't know how it's
done ...
Click on below

http://digicc.com/fido/

Thanks Jim E.

Today's Animal



Water's fine let's go for a swim

News About The Blog

Hello Folks,
Just a word to let you know that Blogger.com has made some changes that show the last 7 days of posts. I have changed it to 14 days so you can scroll down for the last two weeks of posts.

If you want to see the whole month, just go to the archive in the left sidebar and click on the month, then you can scroll down through the whole month.

This has caused some problem with Blogger as I guess they want to limit what is up on the current sites.

I'll keep you posted as they my force me to go back to 7 days of current posts.

Take care,

Marty N.

Friday, April 28, 2006

Canadian Scenes





Thanks Barb H.

Please Welcome Margo (Tomalty) Valliant

Hi Marty. Finally able to get your address from John McC. I am Margo Valliant(nee Tomalty)-Terry's younger sister & Penny's older one. Just recently got your website from Norma Knight (I grew up next door to her on Third St.,one house down from the Hollingdrakes-Doris & Bill. Their daughter, Brenda, & Wendy Board(now Wilson) who lived across the street made up our"gang"

I love the website & hope you will include my E-mail address. I will look through Mom's old pics & see if any of interest to "old" Parkers.I am married, have 3 grown kids. 2 grandkids, & twins due in July. We are very centrally located in To. & would happily meet up with old friends from the Park who are visiting To.

Take care.

Thanks Margo V.

Home pics from around the Park

668
692
673

668 Archibald's house on the south side of Third St. Rosemary Archibald was a member of the 1988 Royal George Reunion Committee. The Kensellars lived in the west side of the building. Does anyone remember Johnny Cooper?

692 The Karsh's house on the east side of Fairfield.

673 The Brook's house on Empire next to the Logan's.

Thanks John R.

Sherri Thompson's Great Grandmother's Post Cards

30s1
30s2
31s1
31s2

Hi,

Here are the cards for today.

#30 - Pretty picture of a Miss Gaynor Rowlands. Perhaps an actress or
something as the card is part of the Empire Series.

Postmarked March 18, 1905 and the card is from Meg. She writes that
she
is glad to here keeping well. She also says that will right soon Bell.
Once again, from other cards I have seen, Belle may have been Mary
Tait's
sister.

# 31 - Text on the front says "Highland Cottage, Aberfoyle".
Postmarked
Aug 16, cannot see year. Also from Meg Gibson. Says one for your
collection, and she is pretty busy right now. Will write you about the
end of the week.

Thanks

Sherri
Thanks Sherri

The Fighting Banana

The Fighting Banana Slugs?Unusual College Mascots
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Now those are some traditional, if not intimidating, names for college teams. But the Scottsdale Artichokes? The Southern Arkansas University Tech Varmits? Surely you jest. What happened to the days when teams chose names based on their fear factor? Actually, they still exist. In fact, according to Roy Yarbrough’s book, “Mascots! The History of Four and Two Year College & University Mascots and Nicknames” (Second edition, February 2005), the top 12 most used names of four-year college mascots are: Eagles (74), Tigers (46), Bulldogs (39), Panthers (33), Knights (32), Lions (31), Bears (30), Hawks (28), Cougars (27), Pioneers (27), Warriors (27) and Wildcats (25).Still, there are some head-scratchers out there. Just take a look at some of these:
  1. The University of Arkansas-Monticello Boll Weevils don’t sound like menaces … except maybe to the women’s mascot: the Cotton Blossoms.

  2. The Hardrockers at South Dakota Tech aren’t named for their affinity for heavy metal. The term comes from the college’s focus on mining.

  3. At Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen, Wash., the students are called “Chokers.” Sure it sounds scary … till you learn it’s a logging term. (Never call any other athlete a choker!)

  4. Tired of being referred to as the “dark horse” of college athletics, Colby College in Waterville, Maine chose to call themselves the White Mules.

  5. The Praying Colonels of Centre College in Danville, Ky. sound like they’re low on confidence, but the name stuck for a reason. When the team’s coach, Charlie Moran, asked players to pray for a victory prior to a big 1917 game, they did, and they won.

  6. The University of California-Santa Cruz Banana Slugs — a past winner in the first annual Funniest College Nick-name Championship on http://www.sportsuniversity.com/.
Thanks John G.

A Lifetime of Foster Care


Fran's love of children began at the age of 4 when her parents, Arthur and Jeanne Taylor, presented her with a brother. Russel was born mentally and physically challenged and Fran spent her days caring and protecting Russel until his passing in 1933.

Arthur and Jeanne also opened their doors to young children one of whom became my uncle while another was refered ro as my aunt. Together they raised Fran in a home where children were all important.

When Fran married Ernie, the love of her life, he had a young daughter Rosalyn who at the age of 3 told Fran "I'm glad we married you". Together Fran and Ernie embarked upon a life of caring and warmth for the young children of Montreal and surrounding area.

This open door policy for children was not limited to the Ville Marie Society but to any and all children who needed a hug or a warm bed, even to those friends who ran away from home. Once they were asleep she would call their parents and tell them the child was OK and that she would have them home shortly (right Mike).

Fran's calling on this earth may have ended on Saturday the 22nd of April 2006 however, at God's calling, she is comforting those children who have embarked upon eternal life.

Bob H

Thanks Bob H.

A family to be proud of..

Perspectives

So you thought you were done ...WRONG!
Save the whales. Collect the whole set.
A day without sunshine is like . . night.
On the other hand, you have different fingers.
42.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
99% of lawyers give the rest a bad name.
Remember, half the people you know are below average.
He who laughs last thinks slowest.
Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese in the trap.
Support bacteria. They're the only culture some peoplehave.
A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory.
Change is inevitable, except from vending machines.
If you think nobody cares, try missing a couple of payments.
How many of you believe in psychokinesis? Raise my hand.
OK, so what's the speed of dark?
When everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.
Hard work pays off in the future. Laziness pays off now.
Every one has a photographic memory. Some just don't have film.
How much deeper would the ocean be without sponges?
Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
What happens if you get scared half to death, twice?
I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder.
Why do psychics have to ask you for your name?
Inside every older person is a younger personwondering what happened.


Thanks Rose Mc.

A Crow Story

HELLO MARSTON

TIMEWISE, LATE MAY, EARLY JUNE THIS CHAPTER BEGAN AROUND WHEN THE
SPRIGGS MOVED INTO DODGE (THE PARK) (1956-57). SINCE MARSTON HAD SENIORITY, USUALLY WHAT HE DECIDED WE FOLLOWED. CROW HAD FLIP-FLOPPED AROUND IN HIS DREAMS, PLUS GEORGE VINE'S PET CROW, AND OTHERS PREVIOUSLY, HAD LIVED THE CROW EXPERIENCE.

OUR MISSION, ELTON, STEVIE AND I, ALONG WITH MARSTON WAS TO LOCATE A CROWS NEST. THESE THINGS DO GROW ON TREES BUT ALMOST IN THE STRATOSPHERE. A FEW DAYS LATER ONE WAS LOCATED, ON THE WAY TO CADDY, THE OLD 16TH HOLE HAD WHAT WE THOUGHT WE DESIRED ALTITUDE WISE 50 OR SO FEET UP. WE LOOKED AT OUR GLORIOUS LEADER TO SEE WHO WAS GOING UP THE TREE.

NOT ME, TOO FAT. STEVIE, MAYBE, HE WAS HALF SNAKE, BUT NO, MARSTON ASSUMED COMMAND BY MAKING MONKEY AND CHIMP NOISES, RUNNING AROUND CROUCHED OVER, LETTING HIS KNUCKLES DRAG ALONG THE GROUND. THIS PSYCHING UP CONTINUED UNTIL ALL OF A SUDDEN UP HE WENT ALL THE WAY TO THE ADOPTION CENTER (CROW NEST). THREE VOLUNTEERS WERE QUICKLY CHOSEN. THREE WERE LEFT BEHIND.

COMING DOWN WAS WORSE THAN GOING UP WITH THIS DELICATE CARGO. HALF WAY
DOWN AND OUT OF BRANCHES OUR NEW PETS WERE TOSSED DOWN TO OUR UPRAISED
HANDS.OUR NEW PETS, MINE WAS ALREADY NAMED( MIDNIGHT) HAD SOME FEATHERS BUT HADN'T COMPLETED FLIGHT SCHOOL, SO LANDED VERY UNGRACEFULLY.
WE WERE WINNERS, HAPPY AS ALL GET OUT, ABOUT THE FOURTEENTH HOLE, OUR
SHORTCUT PATH TO OUR PLACES, REALITY SET IN. WE HAD THESE THINGS
(CROWS) LOOKING AT US, MOUTHES AGAPE, ALSO WHERE TO KEEP THEM. NORTH'S HAD A SIDE BY EACH RABBIT CAGE WHICH WAS VACANT AND FILLED THE BILL PERFECTLY FOR NOW. IT WAS GETTING VERY NOISY AS THE CROWS NEEDED FOOD. WE FOUND OUT FAST WHAT WAS EATEN.

ANYTHING HIGH IN PROTEIN, MINCEMEAT, EGGS & OATMEAL OR CORNMEAL ALL MIXED UP. (YUM-YUM)
OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS THE CROWS APPETITES INCREASED TO BECOMING
BOTTOMLESS PITS. AS YOU APPROACHED THEIR CAGE EVEN BEFORE THEY SPOTTED
YOU, JUST A CLINK OF THE SPOON( BIG ONES, TEASPOONS TOO SMALL) ON THE BOWL, DROVE THEM INTO A FRENZY, THE NOISE WAS THE SAME AS CHOWDOWN TIME IN A PIGGERY. YOU SHOVELLED FURIOUSLY KEEPING DANGLING FINGERS IN TIGHT. THEY WERE SORT OF LIKE A SNOWBLOWER
AS FAST AS IT WENT IN, WATCHOUT. A FEW TIMES WE RAN LOW ON FEEDSTUFF
SO WE WOULD GO COLLECT TADPOLES AND POLLYWOGS TO SUPPLEMENT THE CROWS DIET(IS THAT A FORM OF SUSHI?) THESE THINGS WERE THRIVING AND GROWING LIKE WEEDS.
SCHOOL WAS OUT, SO THERE WAS MORE TIME TO WATCH OUR NEW PETS, SUCH AS GET OUT OF THE CAGE (THE CROWS) TO FLAP & PRACTICE FLYING. WE WERE ALSO WARY THAT THE CATS OR A DOG WOULD HARM THEM.

NOT TO WORRY, IT TOOK MAYBE 2 DAYS OF FLIGHT SCHOOL TO BECOME FAIRLY
PROFICIENT.EACH DAY WITH FLYING UNDER THEIR BELT, PERFORMANCES, ANTICS,
ACROBATICS, AND HEAVY TORMENT BEGAN. WHEN THESE THINGS CAME SWOOPING OUT OF THE TREES OR ROOF TOPS TO LAND, ANY DOG OR CAT WAS THEIR TARGET OF CHOICE TO NIP OR PINCH. I PUT FRICTION TAPE ON MY HANDLE BARS AND IT SEEMED TO LIKE RIDING AROUND. THEY ALSO DID COLLECT SHINY ODDS AND ENDS WHICH THEY STUFFED INTO BRICKS WITH HOLES. OURS WENT WILD I HOPE. I SPOTTED ONE ON DEVONSHIRE ROAD NEAR TAPP'S, BUT IT WAS ALREADY ROAD PIZZA, I COULDN'T TELL WHOSE OR IF
IT WAS OURS, SO MUCH FOR THE CROWS FOR NOW.

RICHARD........................

Thanks Richard
Those were the days. No money for pets so improvise

One of Mickey's puppies

The Mother
Daughter


Marty, you can tell Richard W. that my memory is not fading , it's just that my brother Jim was always bringing home strays, both human as well as animal so I wanted to be sure that the enclosed photo was the right one. Doesn't the daughter(my photo) look just like her mother (George's photo). JMcC

Thanks John McC.

Today's Animal



When this is done I'll take a nap

Thanks Bob H.

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Welome Elizabeth B.

It is so nice to get on to the blog even while out of the country….We were in Australia for Feb. and March and had lunch with
Bob Godefroy and his lovely wife Faith at there home .Which they so kindly drove us back to Kawana after …….We were talking about the blog and was nice to get on computer so far away from Barrie and read news of the Park….I see that Wendy Board had wrote in and I was thinking I lived over the Boards on Third Street when I was a small child and my mother used to tell me I had a bad habit of bitting .And I bit her so hard one day I drew blood .She lived right across the street from Mr Board that was connected to the school board…hopefully if this is the same person she has forgiven me and now that she lives
in Barrie maybe one day we will meet and have coffee and talk about the Park …..I also live in Barrie but visit the Park fairly often like 3 weeks ago to see my sister Suzanne and brother Fred…….
Maybe you can forward this on to her as I don’t see her E mail address on the Blog .
Also nice to see Ellen Stone on line and I also was in one of the line ups for dance concerts back row 5th from right in black Skirt and white blouses……
Keep up the good work …..
Elizabeth (Newbury ) Baird

Thanks Elizabeth B.

Sherri Thompson's Great Grandmother's Post Cards

28
29S1
29S2

Sorry For dropping out of sight for the past week. I thought the flu was all
gone, but I have been having side effects the past week and been tired and on
the down and out.

# 28 - I think this may be an actual picture of my great grandmothers
cousin, Meg Gibson. There is no writing on the back of the card or any
post marks, but the writing on the front is in the same hand as the Meg
who is a regular correspondent with Mary.

# 29 - Text on the front reads - "Scotch Washing Up To Date"

Postmarked April 17, 1906 to Mary Tait in East Linton. It is signed
Sam. From other cards that I have seem, I think that Sam may be Mary Tait's
brother. I still have to see if I can locate her family on the census.

He writes " I think you will be thinking I have forgot you, but as I
Am writing now it is alright. We are having wet weather and can't get
much done but it will do good to the plants. Hope you are keeping well."

Thanks and hope to be back to regular contributions, if you would still
like them.

Sherri

Check out our Family Blog: http://jkthompsons.blogspot.com/or Family pictures:http://spaces.msn.com/sherrinmark/PersonalSpace.aspx?_c02_owner=1

Sherri's email address for governing board: http://us.f823.mail.yahoo.com/ym/Compose?To=srattray@rsb.qc.ca&YY=83927&order=down&sort=date&pos=0&view=a&head=b

Canadian Scenes





Thanks Barb H.
Truly great pics

Brings tears to your eyes

COSTLY MISTAKE !!!




Whoops!!!
The driver only had some bruising ( seat belt ) and a 2 small cuts.
-car loss 3 million
-waiting list for a new one, 2 years
-when can I drive Dad's car again, nuclear 1/2 life
-when will I not be grounded & see the light of day?
same day the polar ice caps melt
-still alive.... Priceless
Only in California......
What happens to a Ferrari after hitting a pole at 200+ mph....!












I know this has nothing to do with GPK but for us car nuts, please, a moment of silence...

Thanks Barry & Louise