The Long Road Home
Two weeks ago I made an acquisition that’s been more than ten years in the making. I joined the ranks of the New York minority who own a car. Right now the need outweighs the want, so the purchase was inevitable. What wasn’t inevitable was whether or not I’d find the vehicle I’ve always wanted – an older Range Rover Classic. Thanks to the world wide web, I found my new/old car waiting for me in good ol’ Alabama.
Driving an unfamiliar vehicle over 1,000 miles home, alone, is a high risk, high reward situation. I like stories, and I like risk so I said what the hell and bought a one-way ticket to Huntsville. Two days and eight states later, the long awaited acquisition settled into its new home. Well worth the risk and a ten year driving drought no more.
Nashville pit stop