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Date:         Fri, 9 Jan 2009 19:13:31 -0800
Reply-To:     B <oddstray@ODDSTRAY.COM>
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From:         B <oddstray@ODDSTRAY.COM>
Subject:      Re: On being a Vanaslob (was: sad decline)
In-Reply-To:  <003a01c97260$f7526990$0101a8c0@gp207joel>
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On Jan 9, 2009, at 5:48 AM, joel walker wrote: > > > no NATO gas cans? :) i got two of them ... for my > maybe-never-gonna-happen alaska trip. but i don't keep them in the > bus. i do keep blankets and a vietnam poncho liner. :)

Hadn't thoughta' that! We had to buy our gas can in Mexico, because in the You-Ess-Of-Eh it's illegal to sell a gas can that can be used to fill an '87 Vanagon gas tank (weirdness with the pouring spout).

B&S '87 Westy 'Esmerelda Blanc' SoCal

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