With my recent fascination of things that we don't have here in the deep south Texas area, please post pictures of what it's like in your neck of the woods. Like snow, mountains, sasquatch, you know. Or your Fiero in the snow being driven up a mountain BY a sasquatch. that would be interesting.
Hey, 80's. I'd post a pic of my home town but south texas does't need to pictured to be understood. And I didn't what to contribute to a topic that you want to get away from. I'm over here is steamy S.A.
P.S. I need to get with you regarding the extra sunroof stuff.
Posts: 2912 From: Loveland, Co Registered: Feb 2000
This was taken 1 week ago on Trail Ridge Road 40 miles west of Loveland CO. It is the highest continuous paved road in the United States (it was closed a couple of days after this picture due to snow).
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Posts: 3461 From: Mansfield,Oh,U.S. Registered: Oct 1999