CALGARY, Alberta — Everyone, I have to say thank you. I must admit that I was a little worried telling the world that I planned on going on a grand adventure to the US. Even though I have done lots of thinking and planning, it is hard to let your dream out into the world. It feels fragile and raw. As much as you love it, if someone calls it ugly or stupid it hurts.
Thankfully, everyone has been wonderful. I’ve had lots of people tell me about their own dreams of traveling extensively one day. I’ve also met a few people who had their own original Shasta trailer back when it was first released. In fact, we had a lovely conversations at an A&W in Innisfail with a lady who had the same trailer as mine (the original version) and rodeoed in it for years. She loved taking a trip down memory lane and I loved hearing about her adventures.
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