The title refers to the Oregon Country Fair, our annual gathering of the tribes. I couldn’t think of anything else catchy for the title. Maybe you can do better. Here’s the rest of it.
It does make a predictable box that’s worth looking at, at least briefly. Hey, I stopped our walk to shoot it.
The Magic Wagon?
The Mod Box?
This is wonderful.
“Town and Country Fair” is a brilliant title. This Oregon Country Fair link is a little more informative and safer for work ;-).
They might call it the “Octopus’s Garden”.
Paul likes any van with red paint on the wheels.
Was it going to Scarborough Fair?
My youngest sister, and her hubby had I think the Plymouth version of this van, a ’94 if I recall right, though it could be a bit earlier, with the Mitsu V6, if I’m not also mistaken. They got a lot of miles on it, but it began burning oil at I think 150+K miles on it though.
Though with the right substances, just squint your eyes a bit, and it may become the Magic Carpet Ride.
Looked like someone got bored with the refrigerator white paint, and did something about it.
When I was in grammar school a family had a Sentra painted up like that. The mom drove the kids to school in it. They were a bit weird and what’s more suprising is that they went to private school. The dad drove a new Lexus. I could never figure that family out.
Oregon? Pickin ‘shrooms
This deserves a proper shooting. By a firing squad. Damned hippies.
My high school cross country coach drove well-worn one of these. I know it was a ’91-’93 model because of the dash. Green woodie with tan leather. Even in its old age of about 15 yrs i still felt as though I was riding in style the few times I got to ride in it to practices. A big step up from the similar Voyagers and Caravans friends’ parents drove in the early 90s when i was young. I remember him telling me his wife refused to drive it because she feared it would break down. It in fact did die at somepoint because by senior year he was alternating driving between either at 4th gen caravan or 3rd gen Grand Cherokee.