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June 28, 2018


Delaware police find abandoned home -- in the middle of the road

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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For some religious sects, this would be the foreshadowing of a new commune.

Roadifarians use mobile housing units to spread their message of "It's probably in the last place you remember seeing it"

The driver may have hit a pothole, perhaps breaking an axle. If you can plant a tree in a pothole, why not plant your home there and put down some roots?

That's where I left it!

Did they send out an Amber--I mean a Brick--I mean a VINYL alert?

Maybe someone knows the runaway abandoned home?

At least it was labeled accurately.

This is what happens when the house moving company finds out your check didn't clear.

Crossin' the highway late last night ♫
He shoulda looked left and he shoulda looked right
He didn't hear the pop of the trailer tire
The house got plunked and there you are!
You got yer ♫
Dead house in the middle of the road
Dead house in the middle of the road
You got yer dead house in the middle of the road
Sinkin' on Highway Seven ♫

(to the driver hauling it)

"Think! Where was the last place you saw it?"

Home, home rearranged
Left by illegal dumpers at play
Now seldom is heard
An encouraging word
From the Dover Police on this day.

The rest of the story.

"dear ex-wife. In our divorce settlement, we agreed split all assets and expenses. I paid my half of moving the trailer. The cost of moving it the rest of the way is your responsibility. Have a nice day!"

MOTW - Good job! You beat me to it!

The owners are still driving unaware that the trailer became detached in Delaware. They're currently driving through Montana.

It's quite a problem because I don't think Delaware is really big enough for a house of that size.

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