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Raible Road Trip #8

I'm heading to the airport w/in the next hour to embark upon Raible Road Trip #8. My dad is meeting me in San Diego tonight and we're picking up my new bus tomorrow morning. From there, we're going to pick up a few supplies, get the oil changed and head out on the road. I'm taking our digital camera so I'll try to take lots of pictures. We have ideas for the route (maybe through Flagstaff?), but nothing is for sure. Our main goal is to avoid the heat since the bus has an aircooled engine. Our secondary goal is to make it back to Denver by Tuesday so my Dad can catch his flight back to Oregon. A side effect of all of this will be some good memories and hopefully a good story or two.

Posted in General at Jun 03 2004, 02:05:25 PM MDT 2 Comments

You should come through Salem. It is a little out of the way though. With you and your Dad on the roads no one is safe. Sounds like so much fun! The VW is BEAUTIFUL!! Lucky dog. You'll have to plan road trip #10 or #11 to come and visit all us here in Salem. We would love to see the ever expanding Raible clan... You stud you. Drive safe say Hi to the old man and call me SOON. I love you Matt. My number just in case 503-390-3047

Posted by Matt Noonan on June 04, 2004 at 12:10 AM MDT #

Hey Noonan - it's great to hear from you!! I wish we could've gone through Salem, but I was in a rush to get back to work. I'm sure you understand after your trip through Denver were you only stayed for a couple of hours! ;-)

Hopefully, I'll be able to restore the bus in a couple of years - and it would definitely be a great time to road trip to Salem. I'll call you shortly.

Posted by Matt Raible on June 09, 2004 at 12:27 AM MDT #

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