Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Too Small for Stash Shopping!

Just putting a quickie pic over here because there was no more room over on Lucy's Blog! I have hogged it all! I wonder if space on her blog is like "roll over minutes" My posts are long, hers are short...so she has more room for mine?! :cD

When I read "The Davinci Code" a couple of months back, I was curious as to what a "Smart Car" was. Today I found one! I think I can even put it in a SPACE BAG and bring it home with me :cD

Today's installment IS over at Lucy's Blog, so please stop by and follow our travels through the Waterland!



  1. The smart car is great! I had no idea what that was either! It looks soooo tiny! I'm so enjoying your posts here and on Lucy's blog. Give her a big hug for me!

  2. That is pretty cute! I bet you could quilt a little cover for it in a day!

  3. We see a few of those smart cars over here - very cute and dinky :-) You look like you're having a ball!

  4. We see more and more smart cars here in Canada - gas is too much anymore!!!
    Looks like you are having a GREAT time!

  5. What a funky little car! I wondered what they looked like when I read that book. My friends who spent some time in Europe talked about how small they were but I just couldn't picture it. Doesn't look like one would be very safe in our world of huge SUV's and pickups.

  6. Smart cars are popular in Austria too - no wonder with gas being about 4 US$ per gallon over there. Great inner city cars - especially when it comes to finding a parking spot!



  7. I just love those. We went to Monacco a few years ago. They were all over the place. DS was so enamored with them we spent hours finding a "matchbox" sized one for him to bring home.
    My favorite car though was the Honda HRV. I have a CRV and the HRV looked just like mine only in miniature.

  8. Whee tiny. Speaking of cars, I saw a PT Cruiser Police Cruiser in Florida. Made me think of you. Glad you are having such a great time.

  9. I saw a smart car in the parking lot of Home Depot not too long ago. Sure wouldn't mind owning one ! Can you pack one in your bag for me on your trip home : )


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