Yellow raincoat (dirty)
orange T shirt
black cowboy boots, size 8 (too big for me, too tight for Bucky)
black paddock boots, size 8 (often worn by the Girl)
English spurs (supposed to be attached to above boots but often go astray)
splint boots (black) (double velcro closures) (splint boots go on a horse's front legs for support and protection)
chaps (brown suede, one blue stain from first aid ointment, no fringe, extremely well worn)
Troxel All Trails helmet in box (sand colour, fits both Girl and I)
(box also contains horse show numbers)
rear view mirror (fell off the windshield in a mid-summer heat wave)
towel (never know when you'll need it- but you will)
western spurs (knob end, no rowels, dark brown straps)
the weatherstripping from the driver's side door (gah.)
three empty juice boxes (why don't I just throw them in the garbage???)
small grey and black fake leather cowboy boots (never know when you're gonna meet up with a tiny bootless cowboy)
a crushed straw hat (don't worry, it's a cheapie - not my Stetson!)
black John Deere ball cap
AND IF THAT WASN'T ENOUGH, THIS ROLLING CLOSET/ TACK ROOM ALSO INCLUDES, IN THE FRONT SEAT...
bandanna (purple, handy for covering mouth and nose to keep dust out, tying around neck like a scarf, or over head to keep hay out of hair)
work gloves (don't even think of working in or around a barn without them!)
** the preceding list does not include horse hair, dog hair, human hair, hay chaff, chip crumbs, granola bar crumbs, or various types of grit, sand, or dirt. Not to mention the occasional microscopic particles of horse dung. Maybe I should vacuum my truck.
My first truck didn't have a back seat. If I remember correctly, there was only room for me in the cab of that old Chevy.