I needed to clean the pond filter and thought this “how to” would be worth sharing with the next owners of Stonegate’s End. Thanks to Kelly for some nice framing and panning!
I had just exited I-20 heading for Tucker. It was a warm, sunny day, and I had the windows of the VW Rabbit down. I stopped at the red light ready to take a left, when a pickup pulled up on my right.
“Hey!” the grizzled, weathered man yelled over to me.
“Hey!” I yelled back.
“Watchyer Gahdagsay?” he yelled in a thick suthern accent.
I cupped my hand to my ear. “Sorry! Can’t hear you,” I said, even though I could. I didn’t want to say, “I can’t understand you.”
He then cocked his thumb, gesturing to the back of my car. “Watch Yer Gah Dag Say?”
“Oh! What’s my car tag say!” I yelled back. “It says CARTOONS.”
“CAR TOONS? Oh, I thought it said CAR ZOOMS!” He took his right laughing.
(This car tag was Carol’s idea.)