A good week for spotting mobile Spridgets in Seattle. Tuesday, a
butterscotch Midget headed So on I-5, with the license plate "Nimble".
Wednesday, a red Bugeye (?), lowered, with fat tires, "9" in black letters
in white circles on bonnet and sides, towing a trailer, also going So on
I-5. Thursday, a Bugeye spotted at GreenLake, with the license "Blown 60".
Ah, to have a car on the road, being able to beep and wave! That will be
the day . . . .
----- Original Message -----
From Ron Soave <soavero at yahoo.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2000 7:56 PM
Subject: NY Midget sighting
> Back after an unexpected week in NY. On the way to
> pick up family at Laguardia, passed 2 RB Midgets (not
> traveling together) early Sunday night in traffic out
> by the old World's Fair grounds in Flushing just
> before that ugly blue stadium where the other NY
> baseball team plays. Either one a lister - Mike G.
> maybe? There was no sign of Susie.
> While I was in NY for unhappy reasons, I had forgotten
> how great NY'ers are, and how absolutely unbeatable
> the food is. Lots more LBC's in regular use than I
> usually see around here, too.
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