“The Good Life”
Imagine it is 1934. The 1929 Depression and Wall Street crash just ended. The country is trying its best to recover from the worst financial crisis in the history of the United States. A big percentage of the country is out of work. There are homeless people everywhere. There are bread lines in some places for the fortunate few who are able to find them. Most of the country does not own a car…let alone a vacation trailer. Pension plans, paid retirement, paid holidays, Social Security, vacation days…NONE of this has been invented yet. People did not trust the banks or any financial institution because of the market crash. This was not a great time to be living.
But your name is famous! You are famous AND rich! You CAN afford a car! You CAN afford a new Packard, a new Cadillac, a new Pierce Arrow AND you can afford a vacation travel trailer!!
You have your own driver / butler / cook hook up your new 1934 Silverdome to your new 1934 Packard, pack up your camping gear and drive you to your yet undiscovered “river of solitude” away from all the crowds and your admiring fans. Because laws haven’t been passed yet about riding in the back of trailers while being towed you are being gently jostled in back sipping your favorite martini. Ahhhhh… the Good Life!!
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