This weeks installment includes monkeys, cartoon animals, ankle nipping dogs, and a collection of animal enthusiasts who proudly display their adoration of the furry, fantastic, and flying members of God’s creation. Throw in a Goat that says, “Grrrrr”, and we officially have a four lane zoo filled with a herd of Hello Kitty. I tried my best to see a correlation between the animal and type of car, but to no avail. Enjoy! PS The history of how the GTO/Goat got it’s name is pretty cool…Click here to be informed. The whole Tiger thing was news to me and pretty interesting.
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@keystrokedrivenTweets by keystrokedriven
Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
I like your Plate of the week report. you have to be patient to collect all of them.
I like to try to figure out what they all mean. You make me take a second look.
Thanks Mom! You’re awesome to always do a U-Turn whenever I want to take a picture. LOL the one that caused so much trouble with your window motor yesterday (DOGPAW)…I already had that one.
Cute–people love their animals!!! 🙂
And animals love their cute people!!
love the GTO plate. keep it up with the plates 🙂
Not sure why I came up anonymous tho. Lol.
Love the GTO plate, looks awsome with that screwed to the front.
Thanks! I learned a lot about that whole history of the Goat/Tiger thing. Very interesting!
That will never do, Mr. #1!
Thank you for my wonderful B-DAY
You are the greatest
I had so much fun! And you did an outstanding job on that winding road. My turn to drive next time so you can enjoy more of the view.