I passed, and was passed by, three giant Hershey's Kisses on I-81 North on
It was either The Hershey's Kissmobile or a hallucination, as I had a really
high fever at the time.
>From: "Jack W. Drews" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Reply-To: "Jack W. Drews" <email@example.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>Subject: Re: Uncle Jack racing sighted
>Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 05:57:58 -0500
>What a delightful surprise to not only have a fellow gas-pumper recognize
>the cars, but recognize us as well! Nice to meet you too, Aaron. The drive
>from Atlanta to northern Illinois is, uh, long. But not as long as to Iowa,
>Oregon, Texas, etc.
>Other interesting en-route incidents:
>Southern Illinois, cold and blustery, met a couple from Chicago at a rest
>stop, driving their MG midget top-down to Atlanta. True Enthusiasts!
>At almost every stop, questions like "What is it?"
>Better yet, the "Shore is purty" from several rest-stop employees and fun
>conversations in motel parking lots. One of the few joys of hauling on an
>open trailer is that the rest of the world gets to enjoy it too. One guy
>with a huge smile asked what model TR it was, and said when he was in
>Germany he had a Morris Minor -- "It shore would fly but it didn't last
>long". My kind of guy.
>At 09:15 PM 5/2/2005, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>On my way home from work I got an unusual surprise...which is good for a
>>boring drive between Decatur and Bloomington.
>>My eye spied 2 very clean TR4 race cars of none other than Jack and Tony
>>Drews. I needed to get petrol for the focus so I figured I'd stop in.
>>were on their way out...but I did get to say hi. I think the Toca Tour MG
>>power jacket threw him off.
>>nice to meet you Jack.
>>All the best
>>#38 FP Spitfire Mk4 Southern Illinois Region SCCA