The thing with lotus' is its kind of generic. Its like yes I have a lot of money, and want a fast, exotic looking, great handling car. But I don't have enough money, and don't want too fast of a car, and it can't have a rough ride, and don't want anything too out there in the looks department,.
Thats my opinion of them. I do like em though. But would I buy one.....no.
i'd take mine to the farm with me, and he'd herd the ducks across the field and into the pond, and run around with the rest of the dogs the rest of the time (he tried to herd the goats a few times, and they weren't having that). on the way home from the farm, he'd curl up against me and sleep in the truck.
he spent the rest of the time awake
god i miss my dog. he was smart as hell (had me trained pretty well, at least)
yep. technically, they are called Queensland Heelers, i believe, either that or Australian Cattle Dog. bout the smartest dogs you can find. not really family dogs from what i hear and experienced. Jack got along with other people ok, was perfectly safe with them, but he didnt like anyone but me or my landlord/housemate.
If i move back into my dad's place this summer, i'm getting another one. he can keep my horse company while i'm at school.