With stern face and aggravated body language (glancing around like this was a den of vampires) some unfortunate lady asked if I needed help.
I informed her I was looking for Lindsey, who she would go and find.
We still had plenty of time to make our 4 PM appointment up north so we continued up Route 9 to Nemer Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Saratoga to see a vehicle or two.
Of course, just because I wake up and want to do something surely doesn’t mean that I am going to have it go my way.
After all, we were supposed to meet someone in Glens Falls to buy a collection and on the way also stop at a repair station in Saratoga and have our springs checked on our minivan.
Today you could spend $100,000 or more just to tear down some old camp and build a dream house mansion.
What a different world our kids will live in, certainly a more clean and beautiful one in this area.
I found that the Chrysler Stow–n–Go feature with the heavy duty hauling package is an ideal vehicle for a Gun Show dealer.
Automatic doors and tailgate make it easy to load and unload and the interior floor space can fit a 4’ X 8’ sheet of plywood flat and straight.
Now to the haggle, I wanted ,000 off – after all it was a year old and blue -- and without a trailer hitch.
Well, with some negotiations of give and take, Cathy got her car.
We were at Matt’s about but all their bays were in use so our Chrysler Town and Country couldn’t get the spring inspection we wanted.