Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Pic Today 4/14/15








RIDING THE ROAD
IN A VINTAGE VW BUS

A perfectly restored 
1967 Volkswagen camper bus.

My friend Adam,
and his fiancée Katie,
worked on this classic
hippie bus . . .
restoring every inch,
inside and out.

And are now driving it across the country,
camping along the way.
(No need to pitch a tent.)

Everything they need is on these
4 beautiful wheels.

(. . . except the Grateful Dead tapes!)

13 comments:

  1. ¡¡Dejaron la furgoneta como nueva!!
    Bonita forma de recorrer el país, no hace falta mucho más.
    Un beso

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  2. It sounds and looks great idea to travel.
    I remember the VW bus, and when they'll paint a few flowers, vintage bus comes right hippie bus.

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  3. Un gran trabajo el de Adam y Katie, y también el tuyo con estas fotos.
    Espero que tengan un maravilloso viaje.
    Un abrazo, Rick.

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  4. Jeje! O The Creedence...que buen trabajo, ha quedado maravillosa.!!

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  5. Good luck and bon voyage!
    What could be nicer than my own hands made of car travel. Convenient, you can stop where you will along the way.
    Stunning picture story.
    Have a nice week!

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  6. I know its about the VW but I cant stop looking at the hands...
    Holding hands is one of the things I miss the most....

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  7. Oh how wonderful that driving across the country is going to be! Something relaly close to the ideal of freedom, hand in hand.
    They are happy, and they will live forever happy after their journey!
    xx

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  8. Sorry, I wanted to say "really" instead of "relaly"!

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  9. Nothing like cruising in a bug bus.

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  10. Beautiful and romantic photos! I love this!
    Kisses and kisses

    http://simplesmentelilly.blogspot.com.br/

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  11. Wonderful.... What a fabulous way to travel around. We have been looking for a kombi, but haven't found one we wanted yet...

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  12. Adorable!
    Unas fotos impresionantes!

    Es una manera bellísima de vivir.

    Un abrazo Rick.

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