If you’re a big fan of the movie Christmas Vacation, we have Christmas Vacation Fan Recreates Scene For Good Cause poster. I’m 100%! sure all the family and Crowley’s can recite not just these 9 lines but all of Cousin Eddie’s lines from Christmas Vacation! Right? National Lampoon’s “Christmas Vacation” is the theme of tomorrow’s residency event! These elves just had to try out “Cousin Eddie’s” RV for a photo opp. Another family favourite movie of ours is National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! We couldn’t choose which one Clark W’s rants so we went with both… as well as Cousin Eddie’s infamous line…
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Did you buy mom a new RV for Mother’s Day? Or are you just looking for a place for Cousin Eddie’s palace on wheels when he comes for Christmas Vacation. Check out this beautiful driveway extension. We removed the grass and dirt 10″ in depth. Installed 6″ of Stone and 4″ of asphalt and the area is ready for traffic in 24 hours. Great job Pave Crew. “There is no such thing as a small job”. This week our giveaway is from the Christmas Vacation Series. Cousin Eddie’s RV is such a popular piece and not just for the fans of the movie. Like, comment on and share this post for a chance to win. The winner will be announced on Tuesday. Good luck! Have you got a Christmas Vacation Fan Recreates Scene For Good Cause poster?
The Reluctant Knight
I love being in the mountains. Clean air, spiritual silence, the presence of wild creatures, ancient trees, and the bubbling, roiling flow of pristine trout stream water; these things have no rival. Tramping up a dusty trail one day, I noticed something new: you don’t have to go far to see large changes in scenery. For example, suppose you glanced off to the left at a rise half a mile away, covered with Douglas fir trees and peaking in a craggy outcropping that looks like Cousin Eddie’s face. If you trudged onward for just an eighth of a mile or so and then looked at the same outcropping, Cousin Eddie would be gone! With just a small difference in viewpoint, things can change a lot. This is very normal in the mountains and is one of the reasons people get lost.