Jeep with Big Plans
Satire mixed with some truth:
I JUST traded into the Ford Dealer, this Jeep Grand Cherokee that served me for 15 years. It served me well. I’m confident it will serve the next owner as well. It would always do anything I asked it to plus basically going anywhere an ATV would. Amazing vehicles if you don’t have a bad neck because they will bounce you around.
I’m thinking that here the old guy was feeling his oats (or perhaps he was just parked in some). The years it has traveled these backcountry roads and two track trails have bonded us in many ways. I hate to see it go. My imagination unfettered attributes many human characteristics to the creatures and machinations that surround me. My old friend, this Jeep, has had his share of human imperfections.
Here he was no doubt thinking that he too, could move one ton hay bales around with this grapple bucket. For a Jeep this vehicle was always ambitious. Kind of like a little Jack Russell Terrier that doesn’t know he’s small . I’m thinking the old guy had too big a plan but what do I know. You don’t want to get bit by a Jack Russel Terrier lololol. That bucket probably weight more than the jeep does let alone putting a bale on the end of it.
The trade is final, I have no control over the vehicle now. Probably never had. It will end up where ever but only when it decides to pick a new owner 🤔
😜 Does the vehicle pick the owner or does the owner pick the vehicle?….. I’m leaning toward the former….📷
Location: Bliss Dinosaur Ranch, Wyoming/Montana borderlands (Wyotana)
Title: Jeep with Big Plans