I Heard

That some of y’all are gonna get some snow.

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Well, Buddy’s the Jeep’s suspension and steering may be on its last legs and ready for a tear down, but I’d be game for one more go. Even if I had to tow him home.

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Actually, that last one isn’t true. However, it’s usually follow by the phrase “I’m calling in sick to work.”

But in all seriousness, be careful folks.

And on a completely different note, any of y’all have any experience/insider knowledge about the Honda Element, good, bad or indifferent?

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2 Responses to I Heard

  1. Scott says:

    Yep, my sister lives in “Totally Fucked,” Storrs, CT. She promises to send me pictures in the morning.

  2. Scott says:

    I live in Northern MN and my Honda Element is the best car I have ever owned. It is a beast in the snow. As good, if not better, in the snow than my truck ever was. I can travel up steep incline streets during a winter storm and never worry about getting stuck. Good General Grabber AT2’s also help. It is light and you get a bit tossed around in some really gnarly drifts but, knock on wood, I have never gotten stuck. The cab is spacious and very versatile. We go to the lake during the summer and I have put (8) full 6 gallon water jugs, 4 suitcases, 2 adults, 2 kids, 1 chocolate lab, a small cooler and 4 backpacks, various pillows, blanket and stuffed animals in it in one trip. They are getting harder to find and they tend to be expensive but the reliability and versatility make it well worth the cost. There are plenty of stories like mine at the Element Owners Club Forum and there is a ton of information there also. If you can find one that meets your needs and price you won’t regret your purchase.

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