It’s a Tequila Sunrise

It was a tequila sunrise: I put my well-being in the hands of my black Renegade CJ-7 Jeep, that it and I explored much of the South West, in a most carefree fashion. No physical terrain was too challenging enough. Temperatures often soared into the three digit range. For air conditioned cars, not much of a problem. But an open Jeep with a roll bar and a bikini top to keep the direct sun off of its inhabitants, rarely had much of an impact on the…

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