Puzzle Break

Sometimes our minds get tired of all work and no play, so here’s some “play” in case your writing-frazzled brain needs a break. (Just click on the photo of our 1946 Willys Jeep.)


Published by Carol

A freelance writer of fiction and non-fiction living on the West Coast of Canada.

8 thoughts on “Puzzle Break

  1. Goodness, where do you find the parts to keep it running? My human’s uncle had one on his farm, but it was relegated to the scrap pile 25 years ago. They were magnificent machines for their time! Sandy

    1. We’ve had it since the late 1970’s and prior to that it was stored for several years. It’s a CJ2A and Willys-Overland Motors has parts but I expect my DH would love to find that scrap pile!

  2. You always have such cool things on your blog, Carol. It took me 4:47 minutes to put the puzzle together. A nice, short break, but now I don’t want to go back to my paperwork. 😦

  3. Thanks for the break! Mind you, since I was blog-surfing, I could hardly justify taking a “writing break”, lol. However, it’s always nice to see that fine old jeep. (Mr Vigrass at ADSS may not agree….) 😉

  4. Nice looking CJ2A, we never managed to get our 2A restored. It tooks up years to restore our CJ3a (1949) to factory condition. We had to get parts from all over the country just to get that one jeep back to factory condition. Lots of work, but it sure is worth it when you drive around town in one of these old jeeps waving to pepople. 🙂
    Jamie Dolan
    Neenah, WI

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Jamie. Yes, these oldtimers are special indeed. Two of our grandsons have now asked to use ours to drive to their graduations so the next generation seems to be appreciating it as much as we do.

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