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    Posted: 17 Jul 2011 at 6:05am
 Big smile !!! Great pictures. Looks like you are having a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing with us. I have enjoyed following you on this adventure and  know your students will benefit from you trip as well.
 How did your Jeep  handle the mountain passes of Wy? Who makes the Propane grill you are using? Looks like the right size for traveling.
 Tom
 Again, thanks for sharing!!!!!
Tom and Linda
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THANKS FOR SHARING GREAT PICTURES. GLAD YOU GUYS HAD FUN
LIFE DOESNT WAIT. ENJOY IT. THE ALIEN CRAFT 2011 SURVEYOR SPORT TOYOTA FJ CRUISER
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Grand Pod- Coleman makes that little grill. It's a charm to use and just the right size for 2 people.

Our trip is done.. 4 hard days of driving and we're home on Long Island.  The R-Pod performed beyond our expectations. 3 1/2  weeks and over 6000 miles and no problems. We hit the heat wave in the midwest and the AC worked like a charm, The heat worked well when it hit the low 40's in the Tetons. Hot showers every night, and good food. Our Jeep handled the Pod and the big grades of the west well.  Just kept it in 4th and watched the RPM's. We averaged about 10MPG, I was driving pretty fast 70- 75 MPH average.
Now we plan for our next trip.. possible Adirondacks in a couple of weeks.


"Whether you think you can or think you can't, either way you are right"- Henry Ford

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I loved your pictures!  Thanks so much for sharing!
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Glad everything worked well. Your trip looked great and the pod looked really cosy in that last photo.
 
Tom and Bette
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