After much though and evaluating all of our options we decided it was time for a different truck. I complained that our little 4 cylinder truck just didn't have any power and then Chris and his father were renting or borrowing bigger vehicles to move molds around. So we narrowed it down to two options and was just looking for that "good" deal. Just so happened that the good deal we found was in Jackson Mississippi! The truck was located at a Toyota dealership and mistakenly somehow was posted online, the truck was actually sitting at the auction when we called on it. Over the phone we agreed on a price, and now we had the task of figuring out how to get it home.
It just so happened Saturday morning there was a flight that left around 7am, stopped in NC and would end up in Jackson, MS at 10am. We booked the flights made all necessary arrangements and were on our way.
Up in the Air
Success - Truck Picked up
Right near where we stopped for the Tank and Helicopter, there was this burnt down house along the side of a hill. We wanted to check it out.
But we all forget that it's still a 7 hour drive once you reach the border!
Around 1am we make it to the Tampa Airport and pick up our other vehicle and make it home around 1:20am. Goal Obtained!
There is this lovely small park in Safety Harbor that has an fenced in area for small dogs and large dogs. It's maybe half a mile from Chris's shop. I took the mutt over there to stretch his legs a bit and snapped some pictures.
Saturday, I drove up to Ocala to this Motocross track called Hardrock Cycle Park. The park has 3 different tracks that are operational and you can pretty much just go and ride all day. Meet up with 3 other awesome women and had a blast. You really cannot see it in the picture, but there were spots that were REALLY muddy. Thankfully it started to dry up and was great riding, unfortunately the end of the day was completed with a heavy rain storm.