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Penn Yan Cars

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

For many years it has been interesting to observe how cities and towns have changed over time. Usually this has something to do with the economy, industry and employment. The city I am from has less than half the population now than it did at the beginning of the 20th century, and the largest employer […]

Love Thy Neighbor, NOT!

Sunday, June 1st, 2008

Because I live in an area that has some driveways, in front of my house is a valuable segment of curb that allows for two cars to park. However, lately a woman who owns not only the above car, but another large one, parks in the center. This prohibits anyone else from parking there. She […]

Au Revoir, Celeste

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

On Tuesday, our 1969 vintage Citroën (named Celeste) was towed to New Jersey where she will begin the (financially) painful process of restoration. Sadly Celeste has been stored in the garage for six years, so it is about time something happens. We were told to expect the towing to cost around $300 (58 miles, door […]