you were obviously waiting on that moment John ....well clocked!
As it can go to 999999 you have done just 9% of its capacity. Still some traveling to do then.
I was worried to see that first picture, you were so excited you turned the wheel I thought! A milestone I suppose which you celebrated with Sinbad.
and hopefully many, many more good miles to go!
You'll probably hit the 100 K before you get home, John. But as they told me over and over again when I was shopping for a used diesel truck . . . "100,000 is just barely broken in."
Yeah, looks like in that first photo you were actually "rolling over"… Good work with the 90K. I've got 219K on my '07 Prius. Oh yeah, when I was a kid I remember the exciting day when our '47 Pontiac rolled over 100K. Big event for me. The anticipation was high and the event was spectacular. 00000.0 miles--just like a brand new car. Imagine my letdown when we went to pick up our new '61 Bell Aire--it already had 22 miles on it and I always wondered who had been tooling around in OUR car before we picked it up. Oh yeah--price of that new Chevy in 1961 was $2200. Compared to the '47 Pointiac it was piece of crap.
You were not that far from us!
Congrats and wish you another few 90K more, assuming you wish for the same.Peace :)
WOW! You've covered that many miles? I'm impressed!
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