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Yes, we can bring ours to the MoM also, I think Jared wanted to see your set up again to see if there are a few more modifications we can make for it. I think it was probably the best purchase we made by far for the Baja trip (ARB fridge is #2).
-Erin


Obviously you don't have an appreciation for a properly chilled Pacifico on the dusty trail.... Am I right Ron?? <Ron is sponsored by Pacifico (Pacifico <-> Ron have to be mentioned in the same sentence ;-)

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Obviously you don't have an appreciation for a properly chilled Pacifico on the dusty trail.... Am I right Ron?? <Ron is sponsored by Pacifico (Pacifico <-> Ron have to be mentioned in the same sentence ;-)



Hahahahah! I started laughing at my desk and my colleague just gave me a weird look.

I have a whole new appreciation for Lemonade and Coke. Hahahaha! (i.e. Pacifico & Tacate)

Best thing about Baja - receiving a cold Tacate from Victor at Baja Land right after crossing the border. That's a story for another time - my stress level crossing the border into Tijuana (I was the driver). Ron will tell you.

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Obviously you don't have an appreciation for a properly chilled Pacifico on the dusty trail.... Am I right Ron?? <Ron is sponsored by Pacifico (Pacifico <-> Ron have to be mentioned in the same sentence ;-)


Yes, my sponsor endorses this commercial :-) Thanks Tom - Pacifico for you at the MoM.

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Hahahahah! I started laughing at my desk and my colleague just gave me a weird look.

I have a whole new appreciation for Lemonade and Coke. Hahahaha! (i.e. Pacifico & Tacate)

Best thing about Baja - receiving a cold Tacate from Victor at Baja Land right after crossing the border. That's a story for another time - my stress level crossing the border into Tijuana (I was the driver). Ron will tell you.

-E


Bravo for driving in TJ on a busy Saturday Erin. Well deserved - Tecate beer does have calming ingredients :-) Just to be clear we crossed the border, drove in TJ, met Baja Land Rover Club and we were all at the parking lot for meet&greet, rest, and while enjoying cold beverages. :-) :-)

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Yes, my sponsor endorses this commercial :-) Thanks Tom - Pacifico for you at the MoM.



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OK here is my review of my flag holder. Got it off of amazon for about $22 http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Easy to install, nice because of the spring, extends if needed but collapses while driving. I had the issue that it would extend while on the highway, quick attachment of a bungee and problem solved. all in all nice investment, sturdy and I don't have to attach it to a radio antenna.

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OK here is my review of my flag holder. Got it off of amazon for about $22 http://www.amazon.co...0?ie=UTF8&psc=1. Easy to install, nice because of the spring, extends if needed but collapses while driving. I had the issue that it would extend while on the highway, quick attachment of a bungee and problem solved. all in all nice investment, sturdy and I don't have to attach it to a radio antenna.


I just ordered one of these. Erin wanted me to get something to hold a flag and we couldn't find anything local that would work well. Did a search on the forums and this came up. Thanks Chris.

Don't have anything new to add to this thread... for now...

-Jared

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