Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Canadian Golf Car


This is for all of my Canadian friends. It's a golf car and I don't know how it got through the Orange-headed Monster's immigration check, but I've heard Canadians are very clever people.

18 comments:

RedPat said...

This is a golf car!? Cool!

William Kendall said...

Quite fancy for a golf car!

Michelle said...

Pretty cool!

Lois said...

Beautiful and so shiny. I'm glad it was able to get past the cheeto-in-chief!

William Kendall said...

One additional remark: we're not all clever. I submit for your attention my idiot ex-brother-in-law Mike, who probably thinks the Orange Monster is a swell guy. Then there's a loudmouth ex-hockey coach named Don Cherry who's never heard of the idea of shutting up, and let's not forget the Ford family of Toronto, who spent years making asses of themselves.

magiceye said...

Good one! Both the car and the caption! :D

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Ha ha. Love your header photo.

Linda said...

LOL Lowell! How thoughtful of you to share something with your Canadian friends...myself included. It is amazing and gorgeous! :)

Kay said...

Just wait. In no time 45 will manage to insult and isolate us from the Canadians. They'll stop wanting to come play golf -- and anything else -- with us.

Gosia k said...

Modern one

Halcyon said...

Wow! That's really fancy. I've never seen one like it in Canada. :)

Andy said...

Nice, but can it travel through snow? :)

LOLfromPasa said...

COOL!

Amin said...


Hello! I do not love the golf. But I think the car is very beautiful

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's a wee bit different from the golf carts you usually show us Lowell, this is more of a car than a cart.. do people drive them around the course? I've heard that rumour about Canadians also, must be true ☺

Sharon Anck said...

What a great little golf cart. I like it better than the ones that are made to look like a Rolls.

Laura. M said...

Good front has!!
Un abrazo.

Marleen said...

Shiny too!

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