The "Your Home is a Van" News
Reporter: Lorianne M. Dueck
At the Hoodoos, an attraction site in the Alberta Badlands of wind carved rocks shaped like mushrooms a family of 6 was found. Since this was a hobo family I just couldn't help suspecting that they had settled in and started living there. Unusually, they had a van. I didn't know that hobos had cars. Hey wait a minute, I've seen that van in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and sometimes in the U.S.A. That van is their home!! I'm sorry this article is wrong! These are hobos who live in a van, (I still don't see how that works) and are visiting the Hoodoos on their long trip. The stickers on their Yakima tell a lot about where they have been. These parents must love their kids a lot to take them from Manitoba to Alberta. I've heard of the Dueck family and hear that they are doing a long trip. Maybe, just maybe I will be allowed to type out another article!
This photo shows that the hobo children had a lot of fun by the Hoodoos. There are four of them, one is hiding behind the girl. The one kid is looking at his sister and smiling at her pose. I think he looked at the wrong time. What a handful for the parents. I wouldn't want to be by that crowd in a fight or an argument.
Well, thanks for reading, even though this article is wrong, and hope to hear your comments next time on the "Your Home is a Van" Newspaper.