Well, they are gambling on who the new Pope will be, so why can’t we do our own odds game. Thanks to our fellow Woody Boaters Paul and Karen Harrison who seem to have ” issues” from time traveling. Montana with the snow, St Louis with a bad transmission, Some god forsaken place in Canada with a broken Drive shaft, and Kanses, with a blow out…. Need I go on? Anyway, they are about to make the trek to Lake Dora from Calgary, AB – Billings, MT – Sioux Falls, SD – Omaha, NB -Kimberling City, MO – Memphis, TN -Tavares, roughly. From Paul, “Not sure of all exact overnight stops but that is the general plan. Arrival in Tavares later Friday or Saturday morning. Weather will determine when I leave. Very nasty here and all through AB with blizzard spreading south down into MT now.” So here is the game. We pick the time and place where they break down. Or you can bet on the odds that they will not break down. Winner gets a free t shirt of your choice. We will of course be updating as it happens, or does not. Your comment will be your vote. I am not a gambling man, so i am not even sure how to create the odds. I will say though that roughly 100% of the trips they make have some sort of “Ahhhh Craps” moment. These are not made up, broken drive shafts, and blown transmissions, even 6 foot snow drifts can not be made up. So comment away. The closest one gets the tshirt. And if you call it exactly as in where when and what. The triple crown of calls, you will get three Woody Boater swag items free. Good luck.
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