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I knew it would be a charmed trip when, through the back windshield, I saw a baby bear approach the shoulder of the Maine highway, look both ways, and gallumph across the street.
I then watched Kiwi gallumph down the sidewalk, his four-food-group-enhanced body far bigger, more wholesome, and more innocent than the Europeans as a group, as New Worlders so often are.
Michigan secondary allowing him to gallumph for that kid of yardage would have committed an honorable suicide in a world where they had anyone else in the two-deep to play.
Ride quality is comfortable and smooth, but with the occasional gallumph of the suspension over lumpy roads.
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