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Fame of Indiana's flying RV lives on

Homeowner Phil Lawrence talks about his camper that was blown from his Plainfield home onto the roof of his neighbor house after a tornado ripped through the area on Tuesday, June 24, 2014.

The pictures of their crumbled travel trailer once an 8,000 pound rolling room with a view were "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" beamed across national television and splashed across the pages of newspapers, making the image the symbolic shorthand for the storm that sideswiped metro Indianapolis yet mercifully killed no one.

To the Lawrences, the RV was, of course, something more. It is the vehicle they took on a 1,500 mile round trip to Florida a couple of years ago that was their little girl's first excursion to the beach.

It was the vehicle that, since "Anabolika Definition" they became Hoosiers a year and a half ago, was their home Testosterone Cypionate Peak away from home as they introduced themselves to a number of Indiana playgrounds Brown Winstrol 150 Mg County State Park, Clifty Falls, Cataract Falls and others.

And for Phil, who plays the mandolin, violin and guitar, the 2012 Rockwood tow behind was a mobile "Anadrol 50" base for his bluegrass road show. He plays in a band, hits a number of festivals and even won a hubcap yes, a hubcap for being the "best parking lot picker" at one of the musical convocations.

Yet, after "Oxandrolone Powder India" the tornado was done with the RV, those memories were about all that was left. The Lawrences called their insurance company to pronounce it dead. They picked through the debris for a few salvageable items. And they began fielding texts from smart aleck friends who said they heard Phil Tren-H100 Global Anabolics had an RV for sale that was pretty cheap. They've taken it all with good humor.

"I haven't gotten any takers, yet," he said.

The flight of the RV is yet another testimony to the power and finicky nature of tornadoes.

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The vehicle had been parked snuggly maybe within a foot of the Lawrence's brick home on East County Road 200 South, a nebulous area just inside Hendricks County that has Indianapolis mailing addresses, Avon schools and Plainfield fire protection.

Witnesses said the tornado lifted the vehicle almost straight up before dropping it onto the Lawrence's front lawn. There the camper or the wind wiped out a couple of trees like they were bowling pins and left a couple of chunky divots in the grass as well as one perfectly straight scar which looks suspiciously like the edge of a camper roof.

But that was only the start of the RV's final, fateful trip.

Bystanders told neighbors that the vehicle launched upward again this time maybe a hundred feet into the air and turned end over like a football after kickoff, sailing ever closer to Don Rackley's home next door.

As it approached, Rackley was scrambling inside to help his two young grandsons, ages 6 and 2, find an interior room. Just as they did, the RV slammed into the area where the front porch connects to the roof. The sound, both Rackley and his 6 year old grandson said, was akin to an explosion of a bomb.

The camper came to rest, upside down, right outside where the front door used to be. Amazingly, neither Rackley nor his grandsons were hurt. The house, however, could end up being a total loss as pictures that were beamed around the world attest. For now, Rackley's family who had insurance is staying in a "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" hotel.

The Lawrences, who were not home when the storm hit and whose home was virtually unblemished by the storm, say they feel bad that their RV created such havoc for their neighbors. "I know it's going to be a long haul for them," Juli said.