Saturday, 25 July 2009

My Vehicle of Choice

This weeks theme for the Round Robin Photo Challenges is "My Vehicle of Choice".  I drive an older SUV, a 1999 blue Honda Passport.  I LOVE driving it, especially in the snow or on the beach.  :-)  If only I could drive on the beach more often.  Photo taken when I bought it.

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I TRY to obey the traffic laws as I don't want to get stopped by one of these guys who's vehicle of choice is a motorcycle.  These police officers were visiting some children at the local children's hospital.  What a line up!

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I've enjoyed riding on the back of our Gold Wing - as long as my hair was tied up!  Well, I did until my husband 'dropped' the bike as he was driving to work.  I'm just glad I wasn't on the bike when he went down!  Yes, he's fine, no injuries except to the poor bike.

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If you really want to save fuel, there's always the pedal bike.  The second one (red helmet) is my husband Sonny on a tandem bike he built.  He's now building a tandem for two.  I'm looking forward to riding with him. :-)  This was taken during the 'Tour de Pierce' last month.

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Some folks might opt for the taxi to get them around town.  This looks like an interesting taxi! It's no Cash Cab, but, it should be a ride filled with grins and giggles. 

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"Baby you can drive my car, and maybe I'll love you ..."  This was a car that belonged to John Lennon.  I don't think they'll let us drive this car.  No matter what, it's an intriguing vehicle of choice.

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And my vehicle of choice right now IF I could, would be this sailboat sailing off into the sunset.  Peaceful, serene and graceful.  I could use a little of those in my life. right now.  Just click on the photo to enlarge and let your mind escape. 

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Be sure to check out other vehicles of choice from the Round Robin participants.  Round Robin.

10 comments:

  1. Those were some neat pictures. I have to ask, what kind of bike the Hubby rides?

    I used to ride on the back of a friends motorcycle, but I had to stop when they had to ditch because of a Bee getting into their suit.

    At that speed, that was enough for me!!

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  2. loved this entry, Monica; so very clever of you!! I love your Passport! I bet it is great to have in the winter weather you guys get.

    Hubby had a Gold Wing when we lived in Montana (I think it was a 1982); lasted for 2 summers. He enjoyed it, but its a very short riding season up there.

    that was a cool picture of all the motorcycles; wouldn't want them visiting me, though, LOL

    I think if I was to replace my van, I would like something similar to the Passport; I like that design

    very nicely done!

    betty

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  3. What a great post! You really showed us something of your piece of world. Those are cool bikes your riding, and the motorcycle too. My hubby is a fan of motorcycles and his biggest wish is to own a Harley. But it will probably stay a dream.....

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  4. Excellent post Monica! Love your "rides" especially the sailboat, sounds perfect!

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  5. What an array of vehicles....love them all, especially the motorcycles!

    Sailing is another great choice.....sailing into the sunset is even more romantic!
    Thank you!

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  6. Hi!
    Great Photos!! I really like that last one, now that's the way to travel! Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    http://sherrie-plummer.blogspot.com/2009/07/round-robin-photo-challenge.html

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  7. Hi Monica :)

    Wonderful look at the wheels in your life. Glad to hear Sonny is ok, poor bike though. :)

    -Carly

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  8. I liked looking at the array of vehicles you chose. Glad you and your husband enjoy the ones you own. I've owned a sailboat -- they are lovely!

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  9. Loved all your photos, especially of the bikes lined up and that sailboat! I, too, love the 4 wheel drive for the snowy months. We're looking to getting another for my daughter to drive back and forth to school. Nice to meet you, Mon!

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  10. Aha! John;s psychedelic Rolls Royce! I'd love to see that! And I always wanted a Gold Wing; my scooters were its little sisters. But it's true that when you'd laid a bike down a few times (and in my case broke a tooth doing it), you tend to lose your nerve a bit.

    Great shot of all the police motorcycles, too. Good post!

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