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Author Topic: just bought another bus...Now with Pix!  (Read 2723 times)
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« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2006, 08:02:44 PM »

Shawn Email me I am interested in your little Neoplan.
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« Reply #16 on: June 13, 2006, 03:37:10 AM »

Cat's starting to get upset about my moving stuff onto the counter out of the fridge so I can keep an extra 24 or 48 "Nectars of the Gods".
I don't think warm mayo or day old hamburger will hurt her will it? After all, They use to lay buffalo strips out on the rocks in the sun!Dallas

Well, for sure the hamburger is OK on the counter for a day or two.  I mean, the "Nector" must stay at the proper temp or be tossed.  Mayo...maybe a couple days too.   Shouldn't be any problem...I leave hamburger out for several days and no problem.   Let me know how it works out. 
Back to busing (so as to avoid the "lame and inane" posts label) the little NEO would have had to have an umbilicus (ergo, baby [fetal] bus) where ever it went.   Just no room inside, and no basement space.  That would have been a killer.  The Neo would have been equivalent to a class "B" camper.   Albeit a large Class "B"... a mobile office is a fitting application for the baby bus.  Another thing...how big a fridge could one install in the baby Neo?   That's a killer right there.   No way that NEO would make it thru a serious weekend bus bash. 
BTW, let me know how Cat does on the unrefridgerated hamburger and Mayo.  I strongly recommend maintaining clear access to the pottie....just in case this don't work out...you know.
Cheers, JR   Dietary Advisor

JR,
Cat just came up with the perfect solution:
Insulate the little NEO and add 4 roof airs with  an extra room built on the back for a 25KW genney, then use the Neo as a refrigerator by itself!
After enough bottles or cans, it won't matter where you sleep, just add an awning off to the side and get the spare room option.
A gallon jug ought to take care of the sanitary requirements and your all set for a real weekend bus bash!

Dallas
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