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"Memories from the Road"

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Memories can often be linked to miles spent on the road. Bryan Gruley wrote in the Wall Street Journal of his parents 1994 Bonneville, big as a boat, red as a tomato. The Bonneville was the car that hauled the kids to school, to volley ball practice and to choir. When the Bonneville had a hundred fifty thousand miles, the son took it over. The v-six engine had spunk, the trunk held the gear and the interior still carried the scent of his father's after shave. The end of the car followed the death of his dad. The son realized that he didn't need the tomato red clunker to remember his parents. Those memories had already shaped his life.