Of course, you're totally right when it comes to ocean beaches.
But, I'm in Canada, you know. We have wonderful beaches on the Great Lakes. No
there. And, some of them are hard packed sand, not problem at all to drive on.
*Body Haasper* would never risk body spit, not after what I'm going through to
James Carruthers wrote:
> Should I point out that drving a Spit along a beach is asking for trouble?
> salt and sand? I would have thought anybody could see that, especially you,
> Body" Haasper <g>
> "Livia I. Haasper" wrote:
> > You have this whole thing down wrong. I simply have to educate you here.
> > It's like this.
> > 67 red Spit, driving along a deserted beach, girl in the drivers seat,
> > blowing in the breeze, distinguished gentleman by her side, gazing at her
> > picnic basket on the rack, containing champagne and lobster, summertime,
> > Jesse Cook's hot rhumba rhythms blasting from the radio.
> > That is my version
> > Liv
> > James Carruthers wrote:
> > > Michael Hargreave Mawson wrote:
> > >
> > > >
> > > > Well, no. It was meant to be driven in blazing sunshine, with the top
> > > > down, by a darkly-handsome muscle-man with blow-dried hair, long
> > > > sideburns and a chunky gold chain-link bracelet. He'd have something
> > > > cool on the 8-track - probably the Bee-Gees - and a rather dim, but
> > > > decorative, blonde (five years his junior) in the passenger seat.
> > > >
> > > > *That's* how '77 Spits were meant to be driven.
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