Perhaps if he can recreate the teardrop "cot & tent" bicycle trailer, and market it, he could profit enough to rebuild his shop and home.
Sounds like an idea with promise...
Worth a try!
I'm sure that is in the cards! His dream & vision was
(and hopefully still is
...) to bring the trailer to market.
He is a pretty private, Viet Nam Veteran (that should tell you a lot right there!) ... and I have not yet been able to find out how to get back in touch with him ... when I do, I will pass along all of your well-wishes & prayers, which I'm sure will mean a great deal to him ...
...! As I'm sure some of you can imagine, he's no stranger to adversity, and he will
recover from this loss, too ... how long it will take is the question. If you know guys like him, you know that it can
happen right away, but they wear the scars for a long, long time. From what I know and have seen, he's got a helluva support team "in the wings" as it were ...
Thanks, everyone! And, as always ...
Celebrating over 25 Years
of Building, Promoting, Supporting, Supplying, Living the Lifestyle, and Loving Teardrop Trailers!
"Life Moves a Little Slower When You're On Teardrop Time" ... so kick back and focus on the good stuff!
The nature of Life, itself, is change ... "Those who matter, don't mind, and those who mind, don't matter."