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Date:         Thu, 16 Sep 2004 14:01:30 -0700
Reply-To:     Tom Sinclair <neeemo@YAHOO.COM>
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From:         Tom Sinclair <neeemo@YAHOO.COM>
Subject:      Re: Santa Cruz, where all vans apparently end up
In-Reply-To:  <vanagon%2004091616514433@GERRY.VANAGON.COM>
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They all seem to congregate around Volks Cafe for some reason.

Tom --- Scott Norville <kr2no@EARTHLINK.NET> wrote:

> Just got back from a long week-end on the left > coast. Now I know why buses > are becoming so rare everywhere else. They are ALL > slowly moving to Santa > Cruz. In two days I saw over 50, mostly Vanagons > (which were mostly > Westies), a lot of loafs (about half campers of > various types) and a handful > of splitties. At one point I counted 5 in one block. > Dumbfounding. > The amazing thing was that not one Vanagon had a > straight reat chrome bumper > (I was looking because if I saw a straight one I > might have borrowed it, or > at least taken its picture to remember what it looks > like without creases > and crinkles). >

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