First there was one:
|Our Westy '87. Joined the family in August 2000. And went straight to the Florida Keys.|
|Oh, Mistah and I went straight to the Florida Keys allright . . .|
|. . . and we never left, not really, not deep down inside, where it counts.|
And there there were two:
|Julie's Westy '90. Our little Bundle of Joy joined us in June 2003|
And, oh, how those two Westys loved traveling together . . .
|These boys are all 14 now.|
|I don't know how that van in the middle got all the attention.|
|Okay, it's no Davidson River, but it's still cool.|
|Our darlin' Creampuff. Jacquie's Westy '85. Joined the Love in November 2010.|
My mom emailed, "I can't believe 3 of my 6 daughters own Westys. You guys should be in a commercial."
We should! Well, except they don't make them anymore. So presumably they don't make commercials for them anymore . . . but we still should.
Anyway. Even though that '85 Westy is new to our little San Diego friends, those kids are not new to Westys. Oh, no. We camped in their driveway for months. And months. And months.
Our ubiquity was tempered by our regular weekend morning Westy Pancake Parties:
Westy Waffle Parties all their own.
Which begs the question my sister-slash-co-Westy-owner-peeps. Westy Love Fest 2011. We're there.
When? And When?