can be revealing or funny at times. Recently on Highway 518 eastbound near SeaTac Airport while my husband was driving,
I spotted this license plate.
I laughed out loud.
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Then immediately dug out my camera to try to grab a shot or two through the rainy windshield.
This one wasn’t too blurry between rain and speeding vehicles.
‘IO4EVER,’ oh my, I don’t want to be in his shoes!
Certainly that Nissan Armada set him back a few bucks.
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I love looking at vanity plates, trying to figure out what they may mean,
Some are obvious like this one on the Armada.
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I worked with Jack, a fellow bus driver whose small pickup plates were ‘CLD4TO.’
I looked at that for the longest time before I figured it out,
‘Cleared for take off.’
I then found out he was a pilot.
I saw another one near the the airport,
the plate frame said ‘Alaska Airlines.’
The plate was ‘CLD2LD.”
After having figured out Jack’s plate,
This one was easy for me,
‘Cleared to Land.’
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But perhaps the best one I’ve ever seen,
was on a minivan filled with a mom and kids,
which displayed ‘PB4WEGO.’
Now there’s a philosophy of life to follow and tell your fellow man about it!
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