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First Look at our New Ride!

I know everyone has been dying to know how we are planning on traveling across the country. Well, we officially purchased our new conversion van today!

Check this baby out:





Your eyes are not deceiving you. That is leather. And woodgrain. I know. You're totally jealous.

Customization and associated photos to come!

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  1. I just checked out your map and have some recommendations. When you are in Vancouver you should go over to Vancouver Island and check out Tofino. Super cool small surf town. Mandy and I stayed at the hostile there and it was great. They do an amazing whale watch tour (depending on the time of year you are there) that goes out to a hot spring. Your trip sounds amazing and I am so jealous! I really hope you guys enjoy yourselves! Also, let me know when you are in GR, I would love to see you both!

    Jen Hellman

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  2. Thanks for the recommendation, Jen! I just found your email address, so we'll be sure to let you know when we are in G-Rap. Maybe lunch at Yesterdog?

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  3. Sweet ride! And here I thought Ellen would never own a Ford again (after the Explorer). :)

    A friend of a friend would use "I have a van." as a pick-up line.

    Don S

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