Thanks for your kind words! Your's is the one I can remember! I do
not have birthdays any longer. My niece was born today as well, so I
had given her full credit for the day years ago! Save me a seat
at the next AARP meeting, will ya?
I did spend the entire day on a private lake with a wooden boat
club. I did raise a toast to you, maybe you heard it? Pretty cool
cruizing around with about a dozen Chris-Crafts, a Thompson, and a
few others who were at Mt Dora.
We ran out of fuel in the middle of the lake mostly due to faulty
gage and a suspected blocked reserve pickup tube. No problem, as we
got towed to a shallow part and another guy supplied us with some
fuel and we were off again. Beats swimming it in huh, Tommy?
My white car is feeling under the weather so I brought out my one
owner, 99.99% original red car (4426 miles) for some well earned
exercise. Can be seen in the Antique Automobile Club of America's
calendar (March, 2006.) It's 1st real (more than 10 minutes) drive
and about 7+ hours in the water day since 1967. Still has it's
12/1968 expired Michigan boat reg and original 1967 MI plates. All
day in the water in some big waves and the bilge ran for less than a
minute. I was very happy!
John "Not having any more birthdays!" Bevins
--- In email@example.com, "Michael Echemann"
> Hey, It's quite an honor to go to Amphicar.com and see a "Happy
> Greeting on the homepage. I suspect our gifted Webmaster Cap'n
> had something to do with that.
> Well, AMPHICAR OWNERs, It happens to be Cap'n Johns BIRTHDAY as
> Happy Birthday to you................John, I wish we were
celebrating on the
> lake right now.
> Luckily I can join AARP now but you have to wait a few more