Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Update: What Is This?

Ryan and I came upon this trailer the other day while taking Sally for a walk. We know it's a trailer because of the hitch. We just can't figure out what it is built to transport. He thinks that it could be used for a sailboat, I think it's clearly built for space shuttle smuggling...

Thoughts? I may even give a prize for the person with the most plausible or most creative answer. I have Christmas gift cards I have no intention of using, so come on, wow me.

UPDATE: According to Seth, this is, in fact, a trailer for a sail plane. Yes, someone in my neighborhood owns a plane. I feel so ritzy that I don't care it has no motor and it's wings come off. So, Seth wins one of the gift cards, to Olive Garden, I think. All of the other submissions were too funny for me to pick, so I asked Ryan to pick a number between one and seven (since there were seven other comments), and he picked five. That makes the winner Lorrie Veasey. She gets a Starbucks gift card. I hope they have those in New York...

9 comments:

She Said said...

It's a way to transport the car from Goldmember (http://www.hightechscience.org/Sparrow_for_Goldmember_1b.JPG) :)

Emily-Ione said...

Ok .... I have few - you could fit a dog sled and full team in there - JUST IN CASE you need to have that at your instant disposal...... OR it's what they Mormon church plans to smuggle Moroni out of the valley in when the flood comes.... it may contain ( yes now as we speak) midget ninjas ( that is Kris' contribution.... ask Mandy about his sense of humor) ... better yet it's where they hide the bodies of those that have tried to pick the lock and died for the knowledge of what lies within!

Cate said...

It is Gary Coleman's escape pod.

Anonymous said...

Why are you posting a picture of my new mail box. I figure with the ever growing friend list on facebook, I am bound to receive a letter or two soon. Maybe more.

Lorrie Veasey said...

I heard about this trailer from Juanita, my housekeeper. I cannot say more than that.

Amanda said...

It is a portable party bong. The house is owned by students form the U.

Seth or Nancy said...

Libby,

It is a trailer to transport a sailplane.

http://www.dianasailplanes.com/Diana%20Trailer%209.JPG

Ellen said...

500 clowns.

Lorrie Veasey said...

First, I would like to thank the academy for what is surely THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE. But I couldn't have done it without my compadre, Ryan. I love when a man does something nice for me and doesn't expect sex in return. You know-like a backrub every now and then. IS THAT TOO MUCH TO ASK?

Where was I?

O yeah: THANK YOU LIBBY. I would like to say I will use this giftcard to buy several homeless people a cafe latte something, but most likely it will all go towards biscotti for me.