I left Los Angeles at 9am on Friday morning towing my Fiber Stream
to the get together at Aqua Caliente. As you know, It was raining on and off the entire way, but me and my new Toyota Tacoma and new to me Fiber Stream
were doing just fine. We were just entering Warner Springs when an on coming SUV hydroplaned at excessive speed..I saw him coming and there was not a thing I could do to avoid the oncoming accident. He hit me and the trailer at about 65 to 70 miles per hour. The trailer flipped and totally disintegrated. My new Toyota, I am told is also totalled.
The good news is that my granddaughter and I and Bella are just fine. Other than some soreness and minor bruises, we came through just fine. The Highway Patrol took us to San Ysabel and dropped us off at a gas station whilst we awaited my family to arrive from LA to pick us up. 7 Hours later we were rescued and spent the night in Ramona.
This morning, I was able to get to the tow yard before leaving for home to retrieve some of our belongings. The trailer was not there and no one seems to know where it was taken to. Thank GOD I had good insurance on both vehicles.
The Highway patrol called the campsite and talked to the manager there asking them to relay a message to the group that I had been involved in an accident..hopefully you got that message..I asked the manager to tell Rosemary and Steve Rizzo.
I'm sorry that I never got the opportunity to meet you all or show you my little FS...I'll start looking for another and perhaps in the future our paths will cross again.
I never even got a chance to use my little FS..this was our maiden voyage! It was a 1st in so many ways..never had an accident like that either.
All my best to all