Walked over five miles in Seattle today and didn’t see any Spiders. Plenty of Miatas, including an orange RF.
We stopped off in Seattle on our way to Alaska. It is a beautiful day, and I like walking in cities. My Spider is at home resting, hopefully undisturbed by the severe weather.A) What in heaven's name are you doing in Seattle?
B) Why in heaven's name were you walking?
C) Where in heaven's name is your Abarth 124 Spider?
I have more help than I need.Get help.
Well obviously you are having some kind of mental malfunction when you claim "severe weather" and "a beautiful day" at the same time.We stopped off in Seattle on our way to Alaska. It is a beautiful day, and I like walking in cities. My Spider is at home resting, hopefully undisturbed by the severe weather.
I have more help than I need.
I walk those too. I’ll be in Alaska for the next week enjoying nature.If I ever felt inclined to go walking in a city those who know know me would immediately start asking if everything is OK, they'd want to know how I feel, whether I need a ride to the doctor or can I drive myself. I went to a city a while back, bought my Spider and got outta Dodge. I walk down country roads and wooded paths.
Locally they coined the term the "Seattle Freeze"
I get to enjoy a 20 mile commute on I-5 monday thru friday that ends in Seattle. For every one 124 spider I see on the way there is about three or four Alfa 4C's spotted in the time between. I only mention this because I really like seeing both of those cars on the road.Welp, we don't have any here on Whidbey Island either, except for my Lusso. We are roughly 45 miles north of Seattle. I personally doubt there are ten Spiders in the space inbetween. I've had my car since last September and have yet to see another one. Oddly, I have seen three of the older Fiat 124 Spiders in that time frame.