Friday, February 24, 2006

mud on the tires


The old man is heading home after working out of town for 2 weeks. There is a new cache out by the lake that no one has found yet. Do you think he is up for a little jeep riding and geocaching?


There's a place I know about where the dirt road runs out
And we can try out the four-wheel drive
Come on now what do you say
I can hardly wait to get a little mud on the tires

Stake out a little piece of shoreline
I've got the perfect place in mind
It's in the middle of nowhere only way to get there
You got to get a little mud on the tires

And then with a little luck we might just get stuck
Let's get a little mud on the tires


- from the song Mud on the Tires by Brad Paisley

6 comments:

Motherkitty said...

Bet you'll be happy when hubby gets home. Don't forget to go to the carwash when you get that Jeep all muddied up after getting stuck out in the country somewhere. Sounds like you are expecting to have a fun weekend.

doubleknot said...

Hope he is up to a ride with you after being gone for two weeks. Good luck with your geocaching.
Where do you find these great song lyrics?

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

Geocaching sounds like fun. I used to get upset if someone muddied my jeep...but I've gotten over that now and also changed to tire size which helps. It's always fun going into places that are only accessable with a four-wheel drive...they're usually pretty rugged & remote places.

Alice said...

Talking of muddy tyres (Oz spelling) reminded me of looking at a building site in Singapore. Everything was so neat and tidy, even the rubble and unwanted material was stacked in tidy heaps. We were told that the trucks, by law, had to have all the mud hosed off the tyres before they could come back onto the streets. Cleanliness is/was almost a fetish over there. I'd love to see more of it here in our towns and cities.

Finn said...

Sounds like fun to me..i'll put money on that he will be up for that..*VBS* Have a super duper time and I hope you find it!!

susan said...

Alice, my husband (construction superintendent) has experienced the "mud cops" in his job, when building in a city area. They keep a pretty close watch on the city streets, and even wear badges and guns as they write out tickets for mud on the streets.