Friday, May 16, 2008
Does anything else really need to be said about this photo?
Of course, if I'm answering the question, the answer, regrettably for my one reader, must be YES.
This was taken from Callis' Wharf, on Gwynn's Island (see yesterday's run-on entry about this place for more trivial details, that can hardly be called details but whatever was said is guaranteed to be trivial).
Directly behind this BEAUTIFULLY PERFECT TRUCK is water. The lighting is so horrid that it looks like pavement, but, in fact, it is water. If my range were wide enough, we would also be able to see the Seabreeze Restaurant, also known to locals as The Grill, which has the most spectacular water views of any restaurant (or grill) I know. If you're ever on Gwynn's Island, please stop in here and get yourself a burger or a fried flounder sandwich. (Mmmmmmm. Fried Flooouuunnnnder.)
In spite of the mouth-watering food I've just referenced, the accompanying cravings, the beauty of the background, plus the scenic water, the only thing I can focus on here is this truck. I love it. I absolutely LOVE old vehicles. I just love driving, and I love stick shifts, and I love anything that is different and no longer the norm. And No Longer the Norm pretty much describes life in Mathews.
In short, I love this truck.