St. Louis, Missouri 2021-06-19 16:47:00 –
Blue Springs, MissouriKCTV)-Tim and Beverly Naiden stopped in Kansas City on Tuesday and took the necessary rest after leaving Lynchburg, Virginia the night before.
The retired couple packed decades of memories into trucks and trailers to start a new beginning in Bend, Oregon, with their son and his family.
“We wanted a peaceful trip,” Tim said. “Show-Me-State? Show me a loophole!”
After they went to bed on Tuesday night, and after someone sold their home on the East Coast on Monday, they stole their entire life packed into one trailer.
“I think we’re really homeless now,” Tim said.
Tim couldn’t believe what he saw walking from the Blue Spring Slaquintine where they were staying.
“Maybe I looked down and closed my eyes for five seconds. I hope it was some kind of fatigue hallucination when I opened them,” Tim said. “But it’s still gone.”
They want to regain their memories, but they are more focused on going west to start this new season of life with their families.
“We’re going to get there. You might be in a compact car, but you’ll get there,” Tim said. “There’s nothing, so you don’t have to pay for storage when you get there,” says Beverly.
Their rental cars are in short supply nationwide and will not be available until Monday.
Naiden says they have faith. Whatever the outcome, they will get it done.
“It’s good to get the whole rig back,” Beverly said. “I just keep dreaming. As you know, if not, it’s okay. It’s okay.”
The couple contacted the police. They are trying to help find the missing trucks and trailers.
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