Photos from the factory today.
Month: April 2017
Now that I have acquired a new tow vehicle it has come time to part with my dependable little red pickup. She has served me well, enabling me to get out and do what I enjoy doing. But unfortunately she is not strong enough to tow, and has considerably too many miles. It has been a good relationship for the last 7 years and she never let me down. I bought her from the original owners who took very good care of her. I sold it to my mechanic who is the only person I trusted to work on her. And he paid me what I wanted for her. So am moving on, with a similar transaction with my new vehicle. Everything seems so right.
DaNeZeWa. August 12, 2010.
I have just accomplished two major goals toward my nomadic adventure.
On Tuesday I made the final payment on my trailer. Construction will begin next week. I have benefited from the ever increasing exchange rate on the US Dollar to the Canadian Dollar. Cooperative and helpful people all the way through all of these transactions. It hasn’t been easy managing my limited financial resources and negotiating international business transactions. I still have legal stuff and paper work ahead of actually picking the trailer up in May. But the money part has been done.
Friday I took possession of my tow vehicle. 2000 Toyota Tundra 4.7 V8 4WD with factory tow package. From original owner. Low miles. Excellent condition. This was one of those special transactions between two human beings that reminds me so much of when I got my original Toyota pickup 7 years ago. First pictures Provo Canyon, Wasatch County UT.