At 6:14 PM -0500 4/14/01, S & M Barnes wrote:
>That's what I was accused of being today anyway!
>Started working on the car today and my 10 year old step-daughter announced
>she wanted to help. OK then, things are going to take a little longer than I
>was hoping - so I thought!
>nt suspension was completely stripped in record time, we moved to the back,
>Anyway, a good day's work and another generation forever hooked on tinkering
My daughter and I used to do that. She is now 27 and the mother of my
grandson, soon to be 1 year. We always finished M. G. garage sessions
with a trip to the ice cream store. Mom still works on her car. And
grandson is about 2 years away from starting to work on grandpa's
M.G. with me. Thanks for reminding me of the memory
Check out Shaw's Garage at http://www.mlcltd.com/shawsgarage/
My British Car is NOT leaky - it's merely marking its territory.
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