1st Yellow is for the Yellow stripes on KP's striped blouse. If I hadn't wanted to post this picture of the three generations of women in my life, I would have called those stripes "Orange".
Left to right, Mrs. Jim, KP (she's six now!!!), and our daughter, KP's mom, Karen.
2nd Yellow is for the Yellow letters on my old Kentucky Derby racing game box.
I didn't know we had this 1940's or 50's game until we unpacked it from the umpteenth box. (Yes, we have moved, to Katy, Texas. If you have my e-mail address I'll send you my house address if you need it.)
Rules: Pick a horse out of the four remaining from all these years. Throw a dice once for the number of squares you'll move. Throw it again to see which horse gets, remember five and six are lost throws in memory of the lost horses) to move the number of squares on the first dice throw. First horse to cross the finish line wins.
That reminds me that on a recent cruise we were the winners of the final horse race. The horse we bought and decorated won. Big bucks, ...
One more thing, the Ford Thunderbird emblem is off my 1969 Ford Thunderbird. I took it off before I sold it for a ridiculously low price. Then I forgot about it until I found it in the same box as the game.
3rd Yellow is for the big Yellow truck, a Love's Truck Stop truck. I was in the middle lane of five, he was in the inner of the passing lane passing me. I was driving between 75 and 79.
You can click on any picture a time or two to get a better and better look.
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- Jenny is now on her umpteenth series of Alphabe Thursday. With 52 weeks in a year and 26 letters in the alphabet she does two year for each of the 26 letters, this is one of my seventh series. I am linked to Jenny's blog, GO HERE for more participants and their offerings.
Labels: Alphabe-Thursday [7th], Driving Pictures, Family, Fun, KP