Back to the Bus

We started our day at 4 AM – we had big plans. Today we were finally getting back on the road!

The first half involved flying to Denver and it was completely smooth. Then, a $100 taxi ride to the mechanic to pick up the bus.

SNAFU time.

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The bus has been here about 3 months. Our return today was no surprise.

Still, there was nobody there – just a needy cat. I let myself in while Angela and Bode plopped down on our bags to wait. I figured I could just go get the bus and pull it around front.

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Our bus was in the back alright. Up on jacks. No engine. No brakes.

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So much for that idea of hopping in the bus and getting back on the road. At least we’ve got rainbows.

4 thoughts on “Back to the Bus

  • July 17, 2014 at 12:56 PM

    Ouch. Sorry to hear that.

    Not exactly a ringing endorsement for Das Wagen. More like Das Unzuverlässig Mechaniker…

  • July 17, 2014 at 2:54 PM

    Little late, but if you’re ever flying into Denver again and need a lift my office is about 10 minutes away. I’m always happy to shuttle you where you need to go. Love your show!! 🙂

  • July 18, 2014 at 4:38 AM

    Ahh man ! I can only imagine the conversation at this point ! Trailing arm out too ? Don’t put urethane bushings in (if they even make them for busses) if thats the plan. They will make the Bus sound like a creaking ship !

  • July 22, 2014 at 11:41 AM

    thanks for the offer – you never know! Also, why is the Denver airport in Wyoming? 😉

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