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Re: gear stolen in Las Vegas
On the road we always tried when ever possible to park the van so that
the trailer door was up against a wall or facing in so that it would
be difficult to open the trailer door or detach the trailer from the
On 5/28/05, Edwin Hurwitz <email@example.com> wrote:
> This is true, but what do you do? Load in everything into a hotel
> room? Sleep in the trailer? For everyone out on the road, get your
> stuff insured and if you bring something unreplaceable, don't let it
> out of your sight! I am about to get into a converted airporter to do
> some traveling and playing (with some looping, of course!) and I am
> hoping that if I assume that everything will get ripped off, I will
> be disappointed.
> At 2:45 AM -0700 5/28/05, Travis Hartnett wrote:
> >And it won't be the last time a band's U-Haul trailer is ripped off.
> >Those things are a bad idea. You can't leave gear outside unattended
> >for any period of time.
> >On 5/28/05, SP Goodman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> This isn't the first time gear was stolen from a band working at the
> >> Rock in LV.
> Edwin Hurwitz
> Boulder CO
> http://www.cafemontalban.com Location Recording Services