Hiya Truck Lovers! (lol) I'm still lurking about, been busy getting stuff down to the new house and doing the honey do list down in Murphy NC. Da wife says I need to stay busy I say I need more beer! Anyhow I should be back online fulltime mid-July after the move. Till then "Keep Da Gas Hogs A Running"!
There is no need to park the rolling tiki bar in the corner. Jasmine keeps the corner stocked with anything and everything we need. The rolling tiki bar is only for those times when we actually have to leave the corner and find ourselves thirsty!
How the French did I end up here, toast? Someone PLEASE tell me THIS is where the cool kids hang out.
Oh yeah..... and I'm not sure I'm considered a Michigan resident by many "below" the bridge. I know out gubment doesnt think too highly of us up here........
Kingsford was the site of a Ford Motor Company factory which built wooden station station wagon bodies beginiing in 1931. During World War 2 Ford built a glider factory which manufactured more than 4,000 wooden frame Waco gliders for the US military. Scrap wood from the Ford factory was used to make charcoal. That charcoal operation was the foundation of the Kingsford Charcoal company.
Ya learn something new every day! Even from the corner! (Good thing we have web access in the corner)