Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Boys and Their Toys





18 comments:

  1. Don't ask me why but that movie, I think it's called "Wild Hogs" just came to my mind. The hilarious movie with John Travolta.

    Looking for adventure....in whatever comes your way....born, born to be wild...

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  2. oh what fun! I am still a jeep girl at heart, i like having the four wheels under me! but love the wind in my hair!

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  3. Too Funny-I was thinking Wild Hogs-and it looks like someone else bet me to it!
    So funny-

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  4. Looks like fun to me! My sister has her own Harley! Come say hi :D

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  5. Love it! I posted about our Harley today too...

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  6. The boys in our family have similar toys. Do they ever outgrow them? Obviously not! Deb

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  7. Yes it is almost that season here. All my kids and their spouces can't wait to get on their motorcycles. That is six bikes and six to worry about..I think it's in their blood as my husband and I use to ride. Our favorite trip was the Blueridge Mountains

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  8. We have four boys and one dad who think life is all about caving. Rebekah and I used to do it too, but not the kind they do..covered in mud with their 'three sources of light'. Their toys are rifles, and bows and arrows, not motorcycles...but still...I can relate. I think the motorcycles would make me a wee bit nervous. :o) You are a brave woman!

    My daughter, Rebekah, said she wants to have lots of boys when she gets married...they're so fun! I guess she should know, since she has four brothers. :o)

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  9. I guess that would be equivalent to women and shopping! LOL

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  10. Donna,

    No I am not brave. He sold his bike and traded for a vette. I couldn't get over the fear of riding. He was a great bike driver; it was all me!

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  11. I've always heard "the only difference between men and boys is the price of their toys." BTW, I was thinking of Wild Hogs, too!

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  12. Oh My Brian would have liked to be on that ride!

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  13. Thanks for visiting me! I look forward to getting to know you better.

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  14. My husband has a Harley. I don't need to say anything more. LOL

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  15. I'm sayin'. Hubby just loves to bring home things with VIN numbers. Not to mention the bulldozers, track-loaders and the last one was....ahhhemmm....a road-grater. I'm no sure why the Ponderosa needs a road-grater!!! Heehehehe!!!

    God bless ya and have a terrific Thursday!

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