Monday, November 23, 2009

BMW in Lake Sumter Landing


I may be wrong, but I think this car may belong to Safe Leif from Eagan, Minnesota! He didn't tell me he was coming, though. Perhaps he wanted to surprise me. Nah, it couldn't be his; there's no rust spots from the salt used to melt the ice up there.

Nice car, though. I smoothed things over a little bit.

If you go "click" on the photo it should grow larger.

We shall be gone for a few days and I may not be able to post or comment until we get back. But we will be back.

15 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Such a pretty red shiny smooth car. I like it.

Happy Thanksgiving. See ya when you get back. MB

Vogon Poet said...

Nice car, quite a contrast with the golf carts in background.

joo said...

What a chic car, wow!
Have a nice trip and come back quckly:)

Leif Hagen said...

I hate to brag but since Jacob did post a photo of my car on his blog ....
Thanks for the visit!

Dianne said...

I bet those golf carts have a thing or two to say to that Beemer ;)

have a wonderful trip

Allison said...

Wrong, Jacob, that's MY BMW! I came to visit and you weren't home! Safe Leif still drives a mini van full of little kiddos! Once my Suburban lease is over, I'm going to be styling in a 5 series BMW since I won't have a gaggle of kiddos to schlepp around anymore! The count down begins!!

Rob and Mandy said...

... and I think Leif would also need a coffee maker in the car!

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

Lol-:)

Personally I prefer one of the golf cars. They are my favorite ride here-:)

Best regards
Asta

cieldequimper said...

I'll take it! ;-)
Have a great Thanksgiving (we don't do that over here).

Cezar and Léia said...

That's a shiny one! And it almost makes it to James' reflections! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Jacob said...

@ Allison - Methinks you and Safe Leif will have to resolve this between yourselves because he insists it is his car.

And I wish you luck when the gaggle leaves...please check what the insurance will cost, though.

Also, it seems these days remnants of the gaggle often return to the nest which requires additional financial outlays.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's my car, Jacob. Hands off! (Why is my nose growing?)

Tricia said...

What exactly did you do when you say you 'smoothed'?-If you don't mind me asking, of course!
Hehehe - the car will grow when clicked on! I love how you word things! You're so funny!

Frank said...

With the compact size of their garages up there, this is the ideal conveyance through the Village streets. It sure beats a cart!

Sharp looking image Jacob!

I hope you are having a marvelous time, and enjoy a delicious and Happy Thanksgiving.

Jacob said...

@ Tricia - Email me at: yanson2@aol.com.