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With nothing better to do, I’ve taken a lot of walks recently. I thought I’d share all the DOTS I’ve spotted since the last one. Of course, quite a few got away, including another Cadillac XLR, of which I’ve spotted an inordinate amount lately.

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Many classic American barges right here, some of them wagons!

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Bro truck multiplier x3 for dually.

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Can anyone identify the blue car to the left of the Expedition? I’m getting strong Rambler vibes here.

There’s also a few air cooled Volkswagens around the neighborhood I haven’t photographed: a few Beetles, a Type 2 Bus, and a bright yellow Thing. For now, have a sculpture.

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There is an interesting private park nearby with some eclectic sculptures.

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There was also an unexpectedly long blackout. Within 5 minutes there were a half dozen utility trucks with searchlights scouring the neighborhood for downed limbs. It was late at night, so they must be on call 24/7/365 ready to jump into trucks at a moment’s notice, even during a pandemic. Crazy.

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And here are some more photos of some historic old homes. This one I believe was built post Civil War after a previous home were burned to the ground by Sherman’s advancing army. This is the side view, but the front has some equally impressive pillars.

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You can see that beautiful 1995 M edition Miata that I see around often. I attached a more closeup picture of it.

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I thought this driveway was kinda funny because you can’t drive down the middle and two cars at once would be a little nerve wracking. 

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What a mailbox! Fits the house well too! Blue GTI and a 5 series wagon in the driveway so you know they have taste.

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