Well Zac and I actually made it up to the Indy Jamboree yesterday around 9 A.M. and got home around midnight. I think I wore his little butt out. We walked around looking at trucks for hours(100's to 1000's of trucks). Watched the mud drags, rock-crawling, tough trucks(Zac thought the breakage was really cool), and monster trucks(Zac was hooping and hollaring the whole time). We got to see Steve Frisbie(85m1009) and Neil (Mudzer), a couple nice guys and man can that K5 of Steves' flex. Steve signed a copy of the Four Wheeler mag he is in for Zachari and just made his day. Zac and I got to ride in a monster truck, even got lucky enough to ride in the passenger seat with him on my lap, grinning from ear to ear and yelling go go go the whole time !! The driver was loving every minute of it too. He gave the driver a hug and thanked him before leaving. Zac is a really huggy/loving guy. Just ask Neil !! Another fellow we know up at the show drive an 86 K5 sitting on 35" Mickey's and decked out for show let Zac sit in his truck and play like he was driving for a good 45 minutes !! Zac loved that and didn't want to stop. Zac got him a Indy Jamboree shirt to show off at school and of course to look super cool. He now has two Jamborre shirts so we can have a break and do laundry every other day now. We had a blast and now it is recovery time for both of us. Now that is why we have kids !! Just thought I would share our experience with everyone that knows Zac (Lil'Burb)and I (BigBurb). This is the first and furthest outing we have attemped since 13 November 99 when he was diagnosed with cancer(Luekemia). 17 more months of chemotherapy and he will be done. He is doing great and yesterday is one more reason to keep on fighting !! <font color=red>BigBurb <font color=purple>I Like my Burb'n on the ROCKS !! <font color=black>Imported to Kentucky through military channels !!