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June 29, 2017


Photos of overpacked minivan in NH go viral


(Thanks to Poker, who says "Headed to Florida, no doubt.") (Also thanks to Glen Page, who sent this version.)


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Granny and Jed? Jethro and Ellie Mae?

When hoarders travel ..

This wouldn't even raise an eyebrow in Flathead County.

Fred Mertz taught this guy everything he knows about packing a car.

(Sorry; I couldn't find a larger image.)

A trailer would have been cheaper and safer than the ticket and the tow.

I once saw a pickup with a homemade camper back packed like this in Alaska, evidently trying to drive south. The police didn't stop it in the middle of the road in the middle of nowhere; a broken axle did.

On the next episode of Rolling Hoarders....

"Out on the road today
I saw a Dead Head sticker on a mini-van".

Trouble brewing.

@ Doug B

A little voice inside his head said,
"Don't overpack, you can never overpack."

"Sorry folks, we're closed! Moose out front should have told you."

I saw this episode of Hoarders on the Road. A lot of feces and urine were found in the glove box laying next to the PCP.

If he hadn't covered up the license plate....

MOTW beat me to it. That was my immediate thought too.

Now I can't get "The Ballad of Jed Clampett" out of my head.


WOW! We're like a really terrible version of a Don Henly/Slim Whitman song writing duo.

The best! Doug and Head_Smashed !

I just love that one of the pics shows them loading it on to a flatbed truck to take it away. Doesn't that compound the problem?

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