Friday, January 06, 2006

Mustang Hideout and Who Drives That Car ?


In the last few months we've picked up some visitors to this blog and they probably wonder sometimes, " what's going on here ?" They wonder what's it all about, but frankly we're not too far ahead of you.

The Batmobile was garaged in the Bat Cave, of course, ready at a moment's notice for Batman and Robin to jump aboard. We're on a slightly reduced budget from that of Bruce Wayne. Here for the first time we reveal the hiding place for the Windveil Blue Mustang. We cannot, of course, provide too many particulars, but one can clearly see that the car is emerging from a barn and there aren't many barns in your larger cities. So, it's rural. The barn is a hardened shelter ( tin roof ) and provides strategic cover from orbiting CIA satellites which are trying to get a fix on our location.

When the weather's right and the mood strikes, the barn doors burst open and out it comes. The decision to launch is based upon specific criteria. If intelligence reports suggest that a new barbecue restaurant has opened or there's better light for photography a few counties away or an obscure folk festival has set up in a neighboring state, we launch.

Of all the questions which readers might ask, if in fact they asked any at all, would be, " who drives that car "? Well, of course, that's an integral part of this operation. The driver has always stayed out of the limelight allowing the car to take center stage. It's time, however, for the driver to step forward. He spends a lot of time in that darkened barn so he's a little pale. There he is standing in front of that green door on the left of the GT. He's waving to one and all and thanking you for reading our blog.

2 Comments:

Blogger Racedriven said...

Interesting way of looking at the barn, but thats a county setting with a one of the most recanizable pony cars in it, the Ford Mustang. That barn would be the last place anyone would think to look for a Mustang or any new car.

As for your visitors, most of your visitors most likely have there own blogs too. I have my own blog and enjoy it. I have read your blog, its different and cool, I will be back.

12:04 PM  
Blogger Windviel said...

Thanks for the kind words. This car finds its way to many different places. It's a pleasure looking for new and interesting locations. I'm not sure whether I drive to take more pictures, or take pictures so I can drive more.

11:28 PM  

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