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Old 03-24-2006, 12:06 PM   #15
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Dear Mrs. Tin Hut....

Dear Mrs. Tin Hut,
I do apologize for the delay in answering your letter dated February 14th, 1962.
It seems you mailed the envelope with a first class stamp of 7 cents and this left a postage due of $45.69 upon U.S. Postal delivery some 44 years later.
Unfortunately, we no longer offer the "Duke" model or any other travel trailer model for that matter; we ceased operations in 1974.
However, your letter arrived today and I felt a sense of responsibility was needed in a reply.
I am enclosing a 1963 model year brochure for the "Duke" per your request.

I am puzzled as to your inquiry about a "rooftop sleeper" model for you and Mr. Tin Hut.

Most couples choose the standard twin bed model. A "rooftop sleeper" model certainly would have some Summer weather advantages. I do not believe Mr. Tin Hut would be comfortable on the roof at highway speeds as you suggest. Also, preliminary marketing research shows that an "exposed basement sleeper" model with a twin bed suspended two inches above the road surface, under the trailer would pose actual safety concerns.

Pardon my boldness, but do I sense marital discourse?

On a personal note, the enclosed picture you sent of your great grandmother is quite lovely indeed. Her name is Mrs. Tin Hut as well?


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Old 03-24-2006, 12:16 PM   #16
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HA! I just saw this for the first time!

Floozy or Cook? Does it matter? Maybe to Mrs. Hut.

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Old 03-18-2008, 09:32 PM   #17
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Dear Mr. Hut; Does she have a sister? I too,, am looking for some help in the kitchen and also somebody to give me directions while I'm driving!Ernie1958 Traveler, 18ft.

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