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Monday, 15 May 2006

Mark Eley and the Bonneville Salt Flats

Dear Shaded Viewers, More later from Mark Eley and the Gumball rally. Salt_flatsxxx_1 We are going to have to wait until Mark gets in contact with Anina, the life blog goddess who will help him transfer a load of images to my site from his phone. Looking forward to a bit of text too. You know by looking at the flicker on the left hand side of my screen that he was with Yorgo, Mr. Intersection, and that they had a relaxed and chilled out time driving through Thailand and the American landscapes. A pitstop in Death Valley in a remote hotel in the middle of the desert swimming with some touring Hells Angels, where are those pictures Mark? He fell in love with his beautiful mature Machine which broke down in the desert and was fixed by two Knights in shining Armour from Essex. Let's see what they looked like? Later, Diane

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An awesome project. I will be sure to look around more. Thanks for sharing, great work!

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Well the real Gumball Rally is not really a rally. Rather, it's a road trip and a chance for the rich to test and show-off their exotic and expensive cars. It was quite a spectacle actually, with competitors sometimes getting into serious accidents. There is one guy who wrecked in Enzo Ferrari in Lithuania. Good thing no one was seriously hurt.

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