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Saturday, February 13, 2010

Photo hunt: Broken



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We were going for a dinner party quite far away. Suddenly our Nissan's warning light came on. The water engineer drove back to the house and drove our other car. The Mitsibitsu won't start. Both cars had broken down.

Luckily he knew what to do. He got out the cords to jump start the Mitsibitsu and we arrived quite late. We told them, "Our cars had broken down."

11 comments:

Carver said...

I get irritated when something like that happens but glad you were able to get going with a jump start. Thanks for visiting mine and to answer your question, I haven't done anything about the broken branches yet because it snowed Friday night and this morning. I may end up adding them to my compost pile.

YTSL said...

Not one but BOTH cars broken down at the same time!! What a double whammy!!

Cheryl said...

Wow, what are the chances? Glad all worked out in the end.

Irene aka Sweet Surrender said...

Great take on it! Thanks for dropping by.

Irene
irenelaw.net

XUE said...

I dread things like this too! Both cars at the same time - wow!...what timing :) . Gong Xi Fa Cai, Ann! Sorry that I was not regular in visiting nor even posting on my side - incredibly hectic as I'm hooked on sewing :) . Happy days!

jams o donnell said...

WOw that's bad luck for both cars to break down! Have a great weekend

CherryPie said...

Now that was unlucky but at least you got the one fixed.

Mrs Mecomber said...

Good one! It's is awful to have cars break while far away. :(

I'm late in visiting Photo Hunters blogs! Have a great week.

Mrs. Mecomber
http://newyorktraveler.net

Susanne said...

Oh that looks familiar. I had to do that to my car recently. :v)

Bull Rhino said...

Hey, I'm amazed you had the presence of mind to take photos while you're worrying about getting where you want to go. Great take on the theme this week.

Scott

Your EG Tour Guide said...

How frustrating! Glad you solved the problem...even though you arrived late.