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Dear Daymak Dune Buggies

Christopher L. Jorgensen
PO Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

January 21, 2020

Daymak
15 Curity Ave.
Toronto, Ontario
M4B 1X4

Dear Daymak Dune Buggies,

​I have a rich fantasy life and I love imagining I am the kind of guy that would get out in a Daymak Dune Buggy 3000. They look like incredible fun. I can imagine myself flying along at 40 km/h with the wind in my hair, my partner in adventure at my side, sharing knowing helmeted glances as we are launched into the air off of a dirt ramp, to then come crashing back safely to the ground, only to do it all over again! I can think of only a few things that would be more fun, and at least one of those isn’t legal! I’m not exactly sure how fast 40 km/h is in American miles per hour, but I’m sure it’s quite fast!

But here’s my problem: Where would I drive it? I don’t know how you guys do things in Canada, but I doubt the Daymak Dune Buggy 3000 is “street legal” in the good ol’ US of A! So this means I’d need a trailer and something to pull that trailer. Then I would need someplace to take it for a drive, and I don’t know if you can tell from my address, but I live smack dab in the middle of the plains. There isn’t a hill for as far as my eye can see. So as much as it pains me, I think the Daymak Dune Buggy 3000 will just have to remain a fantasy of mine. I’ll just file it away in my brain right next to Liv Tyler.

This is probably a good thing, as there is a fairly likely chance I’d just end up killing myself, but what a way to go!

Sincerely,

Christopher L. Jorgensen


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