The fall is a great time to see the USA, and why not do it in a Meyers Manx!

Meyers Manx Club drives from sea-to-sea in seven days

Over two dozen Meyers Manx buggies will travel 2766 miles in just seven days
By Dean Kirsten | October 10, 2013



On Thursday, October 10, two dozen members of the Meyers Manx Buggy Club set out on a 2766 mile, seven day safari across the country. Starting in San Diego, California, the group headed east in what would be the trip of a lifetime. Heading up the group, Bruce and Winnie Meyers will be along and we're sure, enjoying every mile. The final leg of their journey will be to Nags Head, North Carolina, which if all goes to plan, will be on Tuesday, October 15. If you would like to follow their progress, you can checkout their web site at www.seatoseasafari.com, or go on their Facebook page Group/Manxclub.
Ah, what's a proper road trip without a extra million calories from junk food! Photos by Peter Gibb, Keith Dusharme and John Marcinka.

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