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if you could go tomorrow and money not a problem-what type of cart#lcarraige would you go for and which one wouldent you have what ever the price-i would love one of the original bowtops and spend a few mths in the summer camping,i wouldent thank you for a tub trap havin once being trapped in one when things went wrong,they are very aptly named
apart from my 2 wheeler with low entry and springs, i would probably love a gorgeous london trolley, or a reading wagon, but wouldnt touch a governess cart or a sulky with a bargepole.
I want a Cinderella pumpkin carriage!
Actually, I'd really just like a nice Meadowbrook. I can't think of anything I wouldn't want because I love to browse carriage sites and I haven't seen anything yet I don't like. :D
Actually I have the carriage I would want! :) My Pacific Carriage Dartmoor, as it's perfect for what I do :)
But if I were to be impractical, something fancy and pretty... maybe like this
Colonial Carriage Works - Catalog: Skeleton Boot Victoria
Or a stagecoach :)
Then I could take my whole family out on tour, and it looks well sturdy enough to handle a well groomed trail.
where is it please?
sorry, that was my computer going slow; as i hit "post reply" it magically appeared on what was a blank screen. i really like it; i'd have that too!
Masatisan (hope I spelled that right) that is beautiful! I'd love to have it, too! :) I'd prefer burgandy or blue to the green, but I"ll take it anyway! :)
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