Met my daughter at the Great Harvest Bread Bakery today. With wife in tow we were enjoying our lunch. Of course I brought the Nomad and had it parked in a secluded spot away from other cars. As I'm watching my car I can see all these cars driving by and in circles around it. Gives you a good feeling to know people appreciate your work. At the end of lunch I see two guys get out and start taking pictures.(happens a lot) As I'm walking up one guy says"is this your Nomad"? I said"yes,it is". He said he was in love with it and wanted to know what my price was because he was interested in buying it. The gentleman was very cordial and polite and I could tell he was sincere and not one who just wanted to know the worth to satisfy his curiosity. Put in those perspectives and it leaves you rather flattered. I told him the Nomad was very dear to me as I just got it on the road last year and I did not want to sell it. As I showed him some more points of interests I could tell it was really gnawing at him. "Are you sure you wouldn't want to sell it? I've been looking for something like this for a while." I told him even if I wanted to sell it I'd ask a lot more than its worth. He smiled and said what do you think its worth? So I told him what ever somebody is willing to give. In other words you can throw the "blue book" away. He said he understood and thanked me for showing him my car, then somebody else drove up and here we go again. But, I love it. You know, I have compassion for those guys because I used to be one of them!!!