Looky what I got:
It might look like a new car, but really it's an over-sized accessory for my genealogy toolbox.
It has giant tires, which is good because I may have to do a little off-roading to find the Jones Cemetery in Leo, Texas.
It has a step for the vertically challenged, which is good because I can't get in the dang car without it.
It has fancy directions, which is good because I'm pretty sure I'm going to get lost when I go hunt for Jones Cemetery in Leo, Texas. Now you know where I live. I expect the genealogy papparazzi to be outside my door any minute.
The backseat is big enough to handle hostile passengers and/or children who are not happy about being dragged on genealogy missions.
The back is huge and can store a gazillion book purchases. Next time I drive to a national conference, I'm in trouble.
There's even a PARTY button. What happens when it's pushed is a secret, but it might involve a disco ball.
So there you go, the latest professional tool in my genealogy box. I can totally write this one off as a business expense, right?