ae6black wrote:Does anybody know if Grant finished the Tug Drop and if any pictures exist of it. I was really interested in his build but have lost track of it.
got moved from the back burner to completely off the stove a couple or three years ago so I could concentrate on the business and impending family affairs ... then there was our wedding, and my subsequent retirement from the business, followed very shortly thereafter by us taking on the 24/7 eldercare of my 94yo father ... on top of all of that, we've also had to deal with (and are still
dealing with) the very ugly business of an attempt at character assassination by a handful of people who we thought were among our closest friends (which, quite understandably, managed to sour our camping spirit for a while ... allbeit a short
Through all of that (and perhaps in spite of it), things have started a slow turn back to "normal" recently, and the TugDrop
will be returning to the back burner of the stove within the next 12 months or so, followed shortly thereafter by being right back up to the front! If you want to follow the progress, you can do so from my teardrops.net Facebook page (though there hasn't been much-if-any activity over there, lately, either ... also soon to change!).
Anyway, don't loose hope ... I sure haven't ...
... anybody who has lived life anywhere near their fullest potential will tell you, it (Life) will often get in the way of even your best intentions! 'Til the next time ...
p.s. - Thanks for the support, Brian ...
after over 32 Years
of Building, Promoting, Supporting, Supplying, Living the Lifestyle, and Loving Teardrop Trailers!"Life Moves a Little Slower When You're On Teardrop Time"
The nature of Life, itself, is change ... "Those who matter, don't mind, and those who mind, don't matter."