A sad tale of death and destruction. My colonial friend paints and takes a good picture. Enjoy her talents.



Sylvania Longlife 3157…2011-2013. He’s had a good life.

His journey across the California flatlands, coastal roads, high Sierra, and countless trips to the rugby served him well.

He was my champion of “brake checks” when the enemy headlights came too close at 70 mph. 3157 was a keeper and will be missed. His colleague, 3157a, jumped from his socket in an act of desperation and mourning.

3157’s replacement stoically stood in respect when fitted in the socket and shined brightly in the memory of 3157.

Graveside services are to be held at the bin outside the garage.

He leaves behind his colleague, 3157a, who is too distraught to attend the graveside service.

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