Date: Sun, 16 Nov 2003 09:55:43 -0500
Reply-To: Edward Maglott <emaglott@BUNCOMBE.MAIN.NC.US>
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From: Edward Maglott <emaglott@BUNCOMBE.MAIN.NC.US>
Subject: Re: dont ever take your honeymoon in a vanagon camper...
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I think this (below) hits it on the head. Also noted that it is no
standupcomic.com. Maybe he was just tryo\ing to put a comical spin on it
for effect. I was thinking the guy was quite the a-hole while
reading. The way he was demeaning the locals instead of enjoying meeting
different people and learning about the US. Isn't that why they went on
such a trip?
Interesting in the post-rollover photo how the passenger side front roof is
all caved in, but the door frame is still intact. Ah, now I remember they
had a big bin up on the luggage rack. That is something to think about for
putting stuff up there right over your head. If you roll, the frame of the
vehicle is not able to prevent that stuff from caving in the roof on
you. Maybe we can learn something valuable from this.
At 08:45 PM 11/15/2003, you wrote:
>After seeing the photo with the slider open .... and seeing a cabinet
>where the A/C unit was supposed to be ..... I'd say there were elements
>of truth to the story.
>1. They did get a speeding ticket.
>2. They did wreck the Westy.
>3. They did find (somewhere) an opportunity to win a second honeymoon
>if they could make their first one sound hellish enough. I think I
>could've made it sound even worse than they did ... for contest purposes
>.... heheheheh ; )
>Just my 2¢ worth.
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