One of the dudes came out to talk on his cell phone and smoke right as I was crouched down to take the picture. He said they weren't stolen. I noticed they were both running 42x16 ratios (a little info for the who-gives-a-shit file).
Headed toward the Flying Saucer for a couple pints but got distracted by the Toyota Dealership. We're nursing our little old Toyotas along, the '93 Tercel's got 75,000, the '92 Carolla Wagons pushing 175,000. Taking the wagon in today to get it checked out before our trip (should be doing that right now, actually). I think I've convinced my father to kick down his 4Runner when he upgrades (4 door Tacoma with a camper) this summer, but we still drool when we see our dream cars:
A green Sienna for my wife (and the inevitable shorties)
A Brown Venza for me
I love the Venza. I know it's a little high class for someone like me, but it just looks so cool and it's got those big wheels... I made my own on the website and it only cost $36,000 which is only about 12 times what we payed for our Tercel when it had 35,000 miles and got 40+ mpg...
Anyway, headed to the Saucer and got a couple Youngs Double Chocolate Stouts then validated and walked the mile or so down Demonbreun and across the pedestrian bridge. I hadn't done a good long urban walk-instead-of-drive session in awhile and it felt like the right thing to do. We drank a few beers at the game and stayed until the end of the 3rd quarter:
We had some good seats.
We had another engagement, so we headed to East Nashville for some music at Madd Donnas. Watched the last two minutes of the game there and wished we'd stayed. Vince Young looked like a champion. Go Titans. Battered and Fried for some fish with Unky Dan and my mother then home. Now I'm eating into todays ride time writing this for the two people who read it...
Headed out for a ride inbetween cloud bursts. Taking a camera (these were all iPhone shots) so the evidence will be there.