If your Lodge where a car what kind/condition would it be?

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by rhitland, Mar 25, 2009.

  1. rhitland

    rhitland Founding Member Premium Member

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    I suspect Ft Worth Lodge 148 would be a bus as it carried Masonry all throughout Tarrant county being the oldest in the county and having 1900+ members at its peak we needed the room. Now in recent time I think the steering colum broke and then the break system failed and it was a doozy getting her under control but we have recently got her out of the shop after major reapirs and upgrades, she is now driving like a dream it is just the seats are a pretty much empty at this point. Now that we have the inside working proper we are working on an awesome paint job for the external that will attratch riders.

    I would love to hear your version of your Lodge, let us know, what kind of car, how she runs, if your puttung headers on her, or if she is rusty and on the verge of total break down.

    p.s. Brothers of 148 give your version
     
  2. Bro Mike

    Bro Mike Registered User

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    I don't know for sure, but it would certainly be a newer model.

    I was looking around at a MM degree the other night and realized that there could not have been more than 4 guys over 55 in the room. The majority who were there that night were in the 30-35 year range. A couple, probably younger than that.
     
  3. david918

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    Gosh you guys make me feel old.I'm used to being one of the younger masons around here and I'm 57;)
     
  4. Texas_Justice85

    Texas_Justice85 Registered User

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    I would say a 2003 Chevy silverado with a K&N air filter system

    Not too old, with a few new parts that make it run better, but always dependable and a classic
     

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