Well my first response to all this is that they made it out alive. My second response is that they will likely continue with their adventure.My third response is that I can't cast the first stone, many times I have crossed bridges that I should have checked before I crossed them and luckily, no harm and no foul.Finally, adventure doesn't mean an uneventful trip without hardship or bad things happening to you and yours. You can either spend your life living or you can live your life in fear never crossing the line and never taking chances. They merely crashed their Mog and had it stripped by thieves. So what. I hope they can share this story with grand children!
I still remember the time we camped in Algonquin (I was about 10), a bear stole our cooler, my dad had to run into the bush to recover it and the MNR shot and killed the bear the next morning.Mom wasn't happy and tried to spin it but really, I knew the bear was dead.
1970 Mercedes Unimog
2004 F150 Heritage Supercab
1974 Holiday 17' Travel Trailer
It's not about the truck and it is not about the distance traveled. Get out there with whatever you have, meet people and see things. Push the envelope of your comfort zone and live.