Friday, October 13, 2006

Luggage requirements

It should have wheels, 4 of them.

I should be able to sleep in it.

If I become stranded without food, I should be able to scrounge a meal from the chips of chips, pieces of candy, and half-empty bottles of water found within.

It should lock.

Lumbar support and cup holders are preferred.

It should be big enough to hold a kayak and small enough to take camping.

After 10’s of thousands of miles it should look and smell like it did the day I got it.

It should be fashionable. The kind that looks good on the beach or in the city.
My favorite piece of luggage, my truck. Thanks for a great 100,000 miles!

1 comment:

Reed Richards said...

I just hit 100,000 as well! Congrats to the Tahoes!