Saturday 6

Saturday Six #470

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Remember your first set of wheels? And your first sets of wheels? I hope you do, because that’s what we’re talking about this week in the Saturday Six.

Each week, I ask six random questions. Sometimes, they’re related to a theme, sometimes they’re completely unrelated. The point of this weekly feature is that by playing along, someone who stumbles onto this post might find you through your blog. I started it back in 2004 — hard to believe how quickly time flies, isn’t it? — back when this blog was hosted on AOL, as a way for bloggers to connect with each other through an easy game. So that’s the history of the Saturday Six in a nutshell.

Now that you’re here, it’s time to play!

Here are this week’s “Saturday Six” questions. Enjoy!

1. How old were you when you learned to ride a bicycle?

2. How many bicycles have you owned in your life?

3. How old were you when you learned to drive a car?

4. What was the most difficult part of your driving test?

5. What’s the longest distance you’ve driven?

6. What’s the longest road trip you took as a passenger with someone else driving?

Thanks for playing this week’s Saturday Six and I hope you’ll be back next week! Drive safely!

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Patrick is a Christian with more than 30 years experience in professional writing, producing and marketing. His professional background also includes social media, reporting for broadcast television and the web, directing, videography and photography. He enjoys getting to know people over coffee and spending time with his dog.


  • 1. I am not sure. More than one, less than five.
    2. Maybe three or four.
    3. 18.
    4. Getting the bank loan to pay the $1,500 for the license. I heard someone in America complain about the fees; I laughed and laughed.
    5. 450 miles or so.
    6. My family drove from Finland to Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and back to Finland. I don’t know how many miles that would be, but I do recall having to stop for gas.

  • 1. I don’t remember not being able to, so I must have been young.
    2. Too many to count. I’m a bike kinda girl.
    3. I don’t remember not driving a car. I used to drive farm trucks for my Dad when I was really little. However, some may argue that I still don’t know how to drive. My husband would probably say that for sure. 😉
    4. Passing it! I failed it the first time!
    5. Probably just a few hours. I hate car trips. I try to avoid them.
    6. From Oklahoma to LA. It was terrible! I loved the trip, but I hated the drive.

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