Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Ferrari

While we were walking back to our affordable, boring car from the Saturday morning Farmer's Market, a crowd had gathered around this sharp looking vehicle. I had to laugh though when I saw the parking ticket. Who tickets a Ferrari? Who does the Ferrari driver think he is? I loved the reflection of the buildings in the windshield. Vroom vroom-I'd pay the parking ticket to drive the car!


  1. Hehehe - the Ferrari driver may just be a girl, y'know!

    I love your post about the Farmer's Market...and such delicious photos, too. I'm a connoisseur of Farmer's Markets - or at least, I pretend I am - and will visit any within a fifty mile radius rather than shop at one of our boringly homogenous supermarkets!

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog - it's very nice to 'meet' you.

  2. That IS a beautiful cars. I love cars. The old, custom, and the exotic mainly. The new cars are so cookie cutter it is hard to discern their differences.

    I like looking through the crowd and trying to determine the most likely owner.

  3. My dad and Betty went to a car show Saturday night. He was all excited because they had his FIRST car there ... a 1930 Ford Model A Cabriolet with a rumble seat!

  4. I thought about the she/he too, Tessa! It just seemed to me that a lady who owned a Ferrari wouldn't have parked it in a no-parking zone!

    Ronda-what does a Ferrari owner look like, do you think?

    Holly-My Grandpa's car out in the barn had a rumble seat too. This car didn't run anymore but I remember "driving" it as a child. I'll have to ask what kind it was.


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