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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Sarasota mangroves and Siesta Key and a Checker Station Wagon

We are in Sarasota. Tomorrow we go back to Tampa and Tuesday we fly home.

dh spotted this Checker stationwagon
Yesterday we took paddleboards on a tour of the mangroves.

Zach was our guide. He is pictured on the right. dh is in the center, Lulu is on the left. I am taking the photo.
Today we went to Church and then the beach. Nice sunset.

6 comments:

  1. I always used to want a Checker. Really heavy and built like a tank. From Wikipedia: "Studebaker parts were used in the interior, suspensions came from Ford, engines were built by Continental, and the automatic transmissions were originally Bendix units." Gone by 82.

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  2. Pictures from Florida hit like visions from a blizzard induced delirium. Google Midwestern weather and appreciate your vacation! Somebody in the arctic has left the door wide open.

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  3. Did the late forties Kaiser also pack a Continental engine? Twice missed chances to adopt one at farm sales some years back.

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  4. In the 20s here in MS. Did you have to bring this down with you?
    Hope you enjoy yourselves this vacation.
    Wouldn't mind having my Studebaker back.

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    1. Bobby, I apologize, rain and cold weather followed us everywhere. I have two Studebakers. I could share.

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