My Car Quest

September 23, 2021

Today Is Thanksgiving in America

by Mike Gulett –

This is a Thanksgiving like no other in our lifetime thanks to the novel coronavirus which is infecting and killing us at a record pace.

Even those of us not directly impacted by the virus have had our lives turned upside down. We are not attending car events as normal (because they have been canceled) or visiting friends and family or going out to restaurants or shopping or working and…everything else we were doing before the coronavirus hit us.

Here at My Car Quest we can take our minds off these troubles for a few minutes and read about, and maybe dream about, cars and look forward to the future, hopefully not too distant, where we can start to get back to normal with a Concours d’Elegance or local event or a drive with some car friends.

What I would like to hear from you are comments at the end of articles; your opinions, your experiences with your own cars or barn finds or just-missed cars, the woulda-coulda-shouldas that we’ve all experienced.

And send in your stories and photos about a special car or adventure to me by email – click here. It will help us all with the stress.

Come here to take a few minutes shelter from the storm and ride along with us. It ain’t over yet…

Today is the tenth anniversary of My Car Quest and this is the 2,257th post.

Thank you all for reading, contributing, donating, commenting and making this an interesting journey!

Happy Thanksgiving to all American readers and happy Thursday to everyone else.

Let’s hope that next Thanksgiving will be much better.

Let us know what you think in the Comments.

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Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson and Pogo by Walt Kelly.

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Today Is Thanksgiving in America
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Today Is Thanksgiving in America
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Happy Thanksgiving to all at a time like no other in our lifetime. This is also the tenth anniversary of My Car Quest.
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  1. Happy Thanksgiving Mike!

  2. Wallace Wyss says

    I find the car hobby to be a welcome release from the pressure cooker of not being able to go to films, restaurants, stores, etc. Just today Thanksgiving, I went out before dinner for a drive toward the mountains, and ran into a 2020 Corvette owner–so got to talk about cars before we have to go back to our respective cages. His car was immaculate and bright red and I’m sure he feels justifiably proud to be driving America’s answer to the foreign exotics at 1/4th the price….

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