Dronesville adventure #22: rounded up last but not least

Rounded up last but not least. rounded car
When I hear the loud speaker blasting “No body moves! You are surrounded” I duck to the ground and my left hand shoots up as it has been ready for this moment of encounter. The snag is that it does not hold a gun. My companions do the best they are trained to do too. The drone surges upward and immediately becomes out of sight with its load of gold. The Dronesville mascot dog, Gracie, does her usual vanishing trick by darting with near speed of light (exaggerating here) into a bush. His Lordship keeps on walking as if nothing happens. I remain frozen on the ground with the vision of a car racing through my mind.

I admit I do have a way to get out of a mess. I have tried before and it sometimes works. You guess rightly, I can envision a way out in my blogging. So, here is this rounded car racing toward me out of nowhere. It does not hit me when it arrives because I am inside the car. In fact I am driving it. I can hear the wind giving way on both sides. I can hear sounds of moving obstacles parting, as the car zooms forward to an unknown realm.

As you can see from the picture, this car is a vintage beauty.

(To be continued?)

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Capt Jill says:

    I like the car, what kind is it?

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    1. Crosslife Spaces says:

      I took this picture at a car museum. The only clue I have is labelled “LANAT”.

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      1. Capt Jill says:

        interesting, I don’t know much about cars, I just think they stopped making nice looking ones in the 60’s

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      2. Crosslife Spaces says:

        Well, safety, economy and performance are on our minds these days.

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      3. Capt Jill says:

        true, it still seems there could be some of the old style beauty of those classic cars. They were functional and beautiful at the same time (tho most were definitely gas guzzlers).
        I’m not a fan of the new electric cars even if they ever get the price down to somewhat affordable, I don’t think I’ll ever want to get one.

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      4. Crosslife Spaces says:

        I am still comfortable with the old too.

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