Cram the family in the car, take to the open road and see what happens. That’s the basic premise of any good family road-trip vacation, right? Heck, the potential for fun, hijinks and good old disaster-based-hilarity is so ripe that it spawned a series of National Lampoon movies featuring the Griswolds, that lovably dysfunctional family from Chicago. England, Paris, Rome and even a mythical California theme park called Wally World, wherever the Griswolds went, trouble followed. And their troubles were our pleasure.
Devin Wozencraft, the owner of Wozencraft Insurance based in Southern California, probably couldn’t help feeling a little like Clark Griswold when the cooling fan for the radiator in his Ford Expedition sport utility vehicle quit Sunday afternoon a few hours after he began the long journey home — with his family and new 29-foot E-Ticket custom deckboat in tow — from last weekend’s Texas Outlaw Challenge Poker Run. He’d hauled the 10,000-pound, 29-footer powered by twin 710-hp Ilmor engines almost 1,500 miles to get there, and he spent more than two hours putting the shrink-wrap back on the boat before pulling out of the Houston area. He was eager to put some miles between the back end of his trailer and Galveston Bay.
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