Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Phil, The REALLY Early Years

It's probably not too far fetched, I can remember working on my first tricycle.

1 comment:

BadTux said...

Heh. I don't remember working on my first tricycle, but I remember adjusting the training wheels on my first bicycle, because I was not satisfied with how my dad had set them up. I didn't go into wrenching mostly because I was always better at taking things apart than at putting them back together again ;). Though I'm a lot better about that nowadays -- why, I only have a single drawer of spare parts left over from taking my Jeep apart and putting it back together again, not a whole garage full! (Well, a single drawer plus a bumper and a couple of rock rails!).

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