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Tegan Mackay's A1 Functional Rebuild

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by Michael McWilliams

September 16, 2007

A face I love. Wonderful curves. Gorgeous profile. What a beauty! Tied down. Goodbye dear friend.

Tangled up in blue.

It has just dawned on me that I may be saying goodbye to a dear friend.

The blue meanie as I like to refer to the scooter.

Inspirational and a true joy to be around. Pure, understated beauty. A friend.

During the past several weeks, I have ridden the blue meanie for approximately 300 miles without any trouble. Last weekend I completed work on her, and took a few pictures to remember her. Pictured behind this beauty is Garden of the Gods and Pikes Peak.

Garden of the Gods is the ideal place to take a friend and enjoy the scenery. I've spent a considerable amount of time here.

The blue meanie is at home in the Garden of the Gods.

I am at home here.

In years past, I am saddened whenever I sell any of my scooters. This will be the same kind of departure.

It will be difficult to see her go.

Tegan has scheduled a pick up on September 18th. This weekend I assembled her crate.

Take care my friend, I hope our paths cross again.

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