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dreaming of a new toy..

Now that I have a new TV and such...

It's time to start looking for the new toy to work for.




And this would be a fun little car for the little woodchucks to drive as they get older.

Comments

Kelsgarden said…
thinking *just keep ignoring him, it will go away*
WickedHamster said…
Ooooo! Hamster-size!
Rogue Squirrel said…
If you are going to do it, at least make sure it's a right hand drive...
Me said…
We thought that too... until it came time to actually look for a car 'for real' and suddenly we realized we had to re-think our budget but a 'few' thousand dollars. LOL.

Cute. I love them.
Kelsgarden said…
"Posting, are you missing in action again.....Pull you furry little head out of that hop filter and post...."

if I were the Rogue Squirrel I would totally take offense that he isn't on your sidebar {cough, cough}

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