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Jill, we finally sold the Forerunner to Caro's folks for use at their lakehouse. A year later, a fire at the house (arson!) burned the carport to the ground. All that was left of Old Green was the rear axle! Sniff. We drove it 10 years!

As far as Caro's college car, we fixed the gear deal and drove it forever, finally selling it to someone here in town. It was a Nissan something-or-other, I think. You'll have to ask Caro about that on her blog.


way to help increase our gas prices guys!! lol how long have ya'll NOT had that 4-runner i remember?? and did you ever get rid of that little car that wouldn't go past 3rd gear?


LeeAnn... oops! Sorry! ;} But you've got to know that Caro has been talking about a Sequoia for a solid year. It just took us that long to pull the trigger and finally discover one in our budget range! Be patient!


Thanks for visiting, Jeff. The other one was mainly for our youth. They thought it was the coolest thing that Shaun and I had a Xanga! I still have that one too, but I was feeling kind of old in Xangaland! Oh and congrats on the new vehicle!

Lee Ann James

This is not helping my "I really want a new car but am going to wait on the Lord's timing" ordeal. Thanks, Caroline. ;) I'm so happy for you! I love Toyotas!


Got to love a man who knows that he is a lay-preacher, yet can still draw the "skid-mark" analogy with impunity.

You know that Our Lord Jesus Christ loves it every time someone throws a "whoopee cushion" into the mix!



Aaah. Thanks, Angela. But yes, I'm waiting to get props from The Rock and others. No offense! ;)

Yep! Nothing t'all wrong with used. Monthly payments that are actually cheaper than what we were paying on my truck... a wonderfully nice vehicle for us... a happy spouse... and my repeated mantra will take us far!

Angela W

One nice looking vehicle if you ask me...then again I think you want to hear that from those who have testosterone running through their veins! Maybe you can work on converting Mark for me! Enjoy the wheels and refrain from green glaring at all the new Chevy, Toyota, and Ford trucks on the road! From what I can tell, this vehicle looks like a good compromise! Congratulations on also buying a used vehicle...who said we all need the newest latest greatest model to look good in our cars! Wise Frugality is on your side!

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