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Date:         Mon, 3 Apr 2000 16:21:26 -0700
Reply-To:     Scott Semyan <scottse@MICROSOFT.COM>
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From:         Scott Semyan <scottse@MICROSOFT.COM>
Comments: cc: "MelissaC@CAPLAN.COM" <MelissaC@CAPLAN.COM>

Anyone know of a place to rent a fully-outfitted Westie in the Pacific Northwest? We're trying to plan a week up there this summer & would like to go up into Vancouver & the Canadian Rockies.

Vans are pretty common here but I don't know about places where you can rent them. I think there was a firm in CA that did though. Westies are in HIGH demand up here. You might consider finding one down south, doing your trip, then selling it here. It might pay for the whole trip. We have a local VW dealer who gets nice vans from Florida and CA and then resells them at top dollar (i.e. '87 Westie with 30,000 miles for $18K).

Also, anyone have any recommendations/opinions about where we should definitely go or not go etc. would be greatly appreciated. Thanks folks!

If you are in the area, a trip to the Olympic Peninsula is a must -- beautiful rain forest and windswept beaches full of tide pools. You could then take the ferry over to Victoria on Vancouver island explore around a bit, then hit the San Juan or Gulf Islands on your way up north.

Scott Semyan '85 Westie Seattle

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