[TR] What a rush !
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Mon Feb 24 05:40:04 MST 2020
In addition to cold weather in Georgia, we've had 23 inches of rain since
January 1st, and so there hasn't been much call for a convertible. But on
Saturday, the sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the thermometer
went over 55*, so we took the TR6 out for a drive. Had a great time, with
a stupid grin on my face as always. Saw other convertibles, but everyone
else had their top up - including a red TR6 (who didn't see us).
Perfect days are too precious to waste by driving with a roof...
Corrosion Acres, Ga.
On Sun, Feb 23, 2020 at 4:50 PM andrew uprichard <auprichard at uprichard.net>
> Today hit 50F in Michigan and so I took the TR5 out for an inaugural
> drive. I started off timidly, since the engine had just been rebuilt and I
> always worry I may have done something wrong. But after 10 or so miles
> caution was thrown to the wind and I let those 6 fuel-injected cylinders do
> their thing. And they did - just amazing!
> I am a huge fan of the 4-cylinder Triumphs (I have five of them, after
> all), but this was sheer hedonism.
> And, of course, the thumbs up of the people who obviously thought I was
> totally mad in a convertible in 50 degrees and the kids with their noses
> pressed against the windows……
> Apart from my beautiful wife and maybe Irish whiskey, driving these cars
> must be one of life’s greatest pleasures.
> Andrew Uprichard
> Jackson, Michigan
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