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Well, I know it had to happen. My son had his first mishap today. We have finally gotten a good bit of rain down here in SE GA and the road down to the river here near the house has a good old downhill clay spot that he learned a good lesson on. You don't hit the brakes when you are headed for the ditch! It was pretty slick, I will have to admit that. I tried to keep my cool but it was hard to. He didn't mess anything up when he hit the ditch, it all happened when the good samaritan that pulled him about a 100 yards backwards down the ditch up against the bank that did most of the damage. Oh well, I guess we will have to chalk it up to one of the life lessons. I am just glad he was in his 86 Ford and not my truck.
I'll agree with the above, parts are cheap but us kids ain't!!!!
Now thats the TRUTH!!!
Glad no one was hurt.
Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you,
Jesus Christ and the American G. I.
One died for your soul;
The other for your freedom.
Many seem to have forgotten both of them. Member of the Georgia Chapter
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