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January 2021:
I'm actually writing this before January 1st 2021 because I'm not sure how I'm going to be feeling when I wake after the New Years Eve festivities! Usually we have the family over for a party but with COVID 19 we're going to see what happens. My one son and his wife work from home but my other son and his wife are out there in the public so I've got to be careful. All I know is that neither myself or anyone in the family will be doing any driving after having even one drink, it's just too risky. So assuming I survive the 2020 to 2021 party I'm going to be looking forward to a year full of vaccinations and VWs. It will be SO NICE to be able to get together with friends, family, be be to travel and actually attend some VW events...safely.

That all being said I hope you get a chance to read this months feature which has the most Super pictures that I've seen in a long while. Owner John K. writes "My love for air cooled VWs started at a young age, maybe 10 years old, at a Cruizin' Weekend in Ocean City, MD. My parents took us nearly every year to the classic car/hot rod event. Of course, I was enthralled by all the blown big blocks with huge tubbed out rears with more rubber than I'd ever seen before, after all that's the highlight of the event. But one year, a group of ratty old slammed Bugs came down the road, and the image stuck with me for a long time. Longer than I myself even anticipated. By the time I was 16, with my driver's license, I was hugely interested in cars and began modifying every car I got my hands on. I did not however begin with a love for VW. I experienced Ford, Nissan, Lexus, and a few others before finding my home. At around 20 years old, the crappy rusted out Beetle that sat in my dad's backyard since I was a kid (approximately 17 years) took my interest. So, my journey in the air cooled world began." Read it here!

Speaking of features I have another touching feature over at AllAirCooled.com. I don't usually plug my other website but this story had me in tears and proves the healing power of Volkswagens and a grandfathers love, please read it. Oh yeah...I reworked the puzzle section and would love some feedback on how its working for you. PS: If you'd like to get in touch about anything or just say hello please feel free to contact me right here

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