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Our GMC Sierra Denali Experience

For the first week of June our family was able to test out a GMC Sierra Denali for free. Opinions of the experience and the vehicle are 100% our own.

Just Look at that Shiny GMC Grille
So new, so shiny, so black. I can’t wait to drive this.

When the GMC Sierra Denali arrived on Monday morning I was thrilled to see that it was black. That is my favorite color for a car or truck. The guys dropping it off went over a few things with me and told me that it was a diesel engine. I’m glad that they did because I had no idea and I wouldn’t have wanted to put in the wrong gas. I didn’t have to worry though because even through I drove the truck for every errand for a whole week plus two trips back and forth to work I still only managed to use 3/4 of a tank.

Rainy Day, nature's car wash
Finally got the powder coat of pollen off the GMC Sierra Denali with nature’s car wash, rain.

This was a good sized truck that took up over half of our tiny driveway. I had to park my car on the side yard for the week. I had attempted to clean out the garage before the truck got here so I could park my car there, but I needed the GMC Sierra Denali to help with the cleanup. Continue reading Our GMC Sierra Denali Experience

Goodbye Ironhide

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This morning we said goodbye to the GMC Sierra Denali (dubbed “Ironhide” by Eva). I have really loved driving the truck this past week. I will be writing up a full review of my experience later. I can say that I enjoyed this review ride so much, it was a a pleasure to drive every day.

Later in the afternoon Eva and I started working on a major review for a MEGA Bloks Skylanders Giants set. This is the biggest set we’ve looked at yet, 924 pieces. We spent an hour just opening the package and laying out all the pieces. I want to get that built before we leave for our vacation.

Tonight we went over to Longhorn Steakhouse for a review that I’ll be posting tomorrow night. We had a delicious meal and so much fun together. But then… we came home. Continue reading Goodbye Ironhide