(on the highway)
Pai: Is that a…
Me: Albatross? Elephant? Moon man? Further from The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test with Ken Kesey and his Merry Band of Pranksters?
Pai: (looking in the rear view mirror) Nope, better. Hank, look out your left window in 3… 2… 1
Me: And just like that it is gone again. Like a torpedo of color on the highway. We are so lucky, Hank. You hardly ever see Ferraris in the wild!
Hank: What do you mean?
Me: Well, you see Ferraris on TV, on video games, and in Hollywood but you hardly ever seem them out in real life: in the wild.
Pai: Unless you are from a town called Felgueiras.
Pai: Felgueiras is a town in the north where there are an abundance of textile factories and they have the most Ferraris in the Portugal.
Me: Well in that case we need to go there on safari.
Hank: What is a safari?
Me: A safari traditionally is when you go to see wild animals in their natural habitat, like in Africa, but it sounds like we have the perfect opportunity to go on Ferrari Safari in Felgueiras.
Me: We will need Safari gear: hats, binoculars, vests with tons of pockets and zippers, cameras and we can sit in a café and just wait and watch for the opportunity to see a Ferrari up close in the wild.
Hank: I LOVE THIS.
Me: Alfredo, we will need a Field Guide to Wild Ferraris, can you handle that?
Pai: I am up to the challenge.
Me: I will procure the rest of the gear. I am pumped! This is going to be epic.
Hank: We are going on a Ferrari Safari!