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Driving my just washed shiny red pickup I let the scent of the car washs vanilla air freshener fill my nostrils I was headed across town to Cousin Elmers Thrift and Engine Parts Store The windows of the truck were down and sunrays which had been shattered by the giant looming eucalyptus trees standing sentinel on the road were splayed across my forearm I bounced along Grand Avenue trying in vain to avoid the uncomfortable ruts that had recently been enhanced by a hard rainy season Repaved in some places and deep troughs in others I found myself comparing the disrepair to the city in which I lived My friends from San Diego were at a loss as to why I would choose to live in Lake Elsinore A town of great contrasts I recalled traveling this same road during the previous winter and seeing a Gattling gun set up like a cannon in a front yard with a sign that read 50000 or trade for a PlayStation wgames Two blocks down across the street was a house covered in signs that proclaimed the inhabitant to be Jesus The garage had just one sign on it which read IM SERIOUS About that time a sleek champagne colored late model Rolls Royce Corniche whooshed by me Ichuckled to myself at the memory but that was what Elsinore was an class- diverse group of people living in a town whose downtown boasted year round fairy twinkle lights and monthly street fairs while business at the only department store in town Wal-Mart was booming That was what I loved here-Elsinore could never be described as ordinary Why would I want to go back to the traffic and congestion of San DiegoAs I drew closer to Cousin Elmers the yard not much bigger than the football field at the high school presented itself An eclectic collection of old and new hard to find equipment parts and just plain junk
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