OK, I'll jump in....mine is a 13 year old green caravan that has seen better days, but still runs great. But what distinguishes it would probably be the peregrine falcon conservation plate, and being anywhere in the vicinity of Addison and Dead Creek! Also the sliding doors are great for quickly grabbing a scope already mounted on tripod!
From: Richard Harlow <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, August 2, 2012 5:36 PM
Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] It's not about the car
Nope, but it can be about the license plate, if you see GYR 00 !!
On 8/2/12 5:36 PM, Patti Haynes wrote:
> My point, from the beginning, was: how did Charlotte know the car that was parked belonged to a birder?!?
> Was it the blind and scope above the sun roof? Which really is a bird roof.
> Was it that all the doors and trunk were left open because the birders inside were in such a rush to see the bird?
> Was it the bumper stickers, including the Cornell Lab? Or the 'Heron' license plate?
> I apologize to you serious birders that find having a little fun on the list serve when the birding is rather quiet is something that clogs your inbox. Please use your delete button.
> How will I know your car belongs to a birder when I drive by?!
> Birding and birders are FUN
> Patti Haynes, sent from my iPod