Wednesday, February 10, 2010

ABC WEDNESDAY-"D" = DODGE



It doesn't look like this Dodge dodged too many mud holes.  The spattering on the car is mild compared to others that I have seen in parking lots and on the streets.  I wonder where these New Mexican drivers travel??

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14 comments:

  1. I sure hope I don't go down that road.

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  2. I think this might be a sign of many dirt and gravel roads in the area.

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  3. Hi Kate. I love your new blog.
    This car looks like Israeli cars do when rain comes after a dust storm.
    Thanks for your question about the water heaters. You spurred me to answer with a whole new post.
    Shalom!

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  4. Just 'pretend' that you spent the weekend having fun and off-roading! That's what I think whenever I see a mud covered car!

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  5. I like it because it means that there was much needed moisture in the dry southwest! Mud seems to be a badge of honor for the four wheelers around here. I've seen people off the side of a paved road in a small mud hole, frantically trying to coat their vehicle with as much of the stuff as possible.

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  6. Interesting distribution of the splatters! It looks to my untrained eye that something has splattered it in passing. If it were a crime scene, no doubt the forensic scientists could tell you.

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  7. Great shot of the dirty Dodge. What a messy car. Offroad-ing will do that.
    Hope you are enjoying life in Santa Fe. Lots warmer than Minn.

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  8. Aww.. but itsn't that what Dodge trucks are for? LOL!

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  9. When I was a kid we wrote 'làvala!' (wash it!) with a finger on a car like this!

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  10. Dusty, dirty Dodge dost desire detergent.

    On behalf of the ABC Wednesday team, thank you! - Ramblin' with Roger

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  11. looks like it aimed for mud puddles!

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  12. It looks French :-))) French people do not wash their cars as often as American people do, I think. Cars generally look so clean in your country.

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  13. Looks like a day of off-roading to me. What fun and a clever way to use the D(odge) prompt!

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