I have been heads down on my house addition project in the last few weeks with the weather improving and have basically ignored my 64 Caddy 'Dino' except for replacing the battery a few weeks ago, but yesterday the great weather got the best of me and stopped work on the house (literally dead in my tracks), pulled Dino out, washed it off, put the Yorkies Priscilla & Presley in the back seat and did some local cruising. My town Garner NC just opened up a small train depot museum and has a caboose outside and I pulled next to it and got a few pictures.   The pooches have their on pooch seats (and 2 in each Escalade) and love to go "ridies!". All I have to say is Ridie's and they are ready to roll.

I shared about 14 pics on Facebook but thought I would share a few her.  Oh, and last night I headed back out for some night cruising. It is a real rush to drive these cars in spring time weather in North Carolina!

Dino gets a bath!

Me & the Pooches

Presley in back seat living his Pooch Life Large & In Charge!


The Caboose's Caboose and Dino's Caboose ---> That's a lot of Caboose!

One Last Pic of Dino before Heading Home

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Your Cadillac is just outstanding 

Glad you took the time to go for a spin ——especially ——with the dogs 

An enjoyable drive in these cars resets your soul so you can get back to doing what you do in a better state of mind 

The drive clears out the mental cobwebs and is rejuvenating to the spirit 

Better than a physiatrist—- but might cost the same ——-HA ! 

Good to see Dino ( Martin ) out and about always 




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