"Off-Roading" in the Outlook

"Off-Roading" in the Outlook

Well, off-roading might be a bit of a stretch. We were in Ohio this past weekend for my sister's wedding, and visited some relatives who were staying at a nearby campground. Some of the RV sites were only accessible via short gravel spurs off the main paved loop at the resort. So technically we did go off road, but admittedly we probably didn't go much over 10 miles per hour...

Anyway, things on the front page of the site screeched to a halt early last week as I spent extra long days (and some nights) at work finishing up a big project that had to be completed before we could leave for a long weekend away with family.

I'll be posting a full report on how the Outlook handled the trip – along with some highlights from it's first 7000 miles in the SaturnFans.com garage – within the next few days. For now, I've got to catch up on what I've missed in the forums, respond to some more email, and start posting daily Saturn updates again. It feels good to be back!

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