Many of our readers have been asking about how to take Drum Pump along for the ride when engaging in a Loud Pop Voyage. After all, that is what the Loud Pop Voyage Blog was meant to address, n’est pas? To answer this question we must first determine what exactly it means to take this particular piece of equipment “along for the ride.” Does it mean to head out on a road trip with a drum pump in the back seat or trunk area? Does it mean to incorporate the piece of equipment more substantially in the trip itself? For example, some people might take pictures of themselves with a drum pump in front of the Grand Canyon or some such.
TAKING A TOTE PUMP ALONG FOR THE RIDE IS ALSO WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION
For that matter, why not consider taking a Tote Pump along for the ride as well? As far as we know the two pieces of equipment fall under the same family of equipment pieces. That is, they both fall under the “pump” family. Surely, one can be taken along for the ride just as easily and as practicably as the other. But we still have yet to determine just what is meant by the phrase “taking along for the ride.”
Perhaps this determination can never be made with any sense of surety. Certainly, it becomes less and less likely as this final paragraph reaches its terminal word count requirement. Let me ask you this (gentle reader), are you comfortable with living out your life having not made this determination? Can you go about your daily tasks knowing that this key question remains unanswered and probably will remain unanswered perhaps forever? Well, if you are comfortable with this scenario then perhaps (quite paradoxically) you have already answered the question for yourself. Think about it.