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January 19 2007

Jewel Staite (Kaylee) signed the Ariel Ambulance! "Shiny Ride". Awwww, she drew a heart too!

Thanks Lioness for finding the direct link to the pics.

Click on the Ariel Ambulance Rescue Group logo to go to their home page.

[ edited by Anonymous1 on 2007-01-19 04:56 ]

You can see them directly here.

Nice! It would be cool to get all of their autographs on the ambulance, or those who "rode"in it or worked on it.
Aye, that's obviously our goal, to get all of the BDHs to sign it, and of course Joss Himself....
Akin wrote January 19, 05:00 CET
Aye, that's obviously our goal, to get all of the BDHs to sign it, and of course Joss Himself....


It is good to have goals. Here are my goals: Serenity sequel, sequel, Firefly/Serenity like episodes on Sci-Fi/DVD and a Serenity set we can tour at Universal Studios.

Akin, do you remember who else has already signed the Ariel Ambulance?
Awww, but aren't we going to paint and restore it?
madmolly said:

Awww, but aren't we going to paint and restore it?


Of course, but we won't paint over the inside bulkhead where folks sign it...
She signed the inside so it won't be painted. You guys are awesome. You rock.
Anonymous1 said:

Akin, do you remember who else has already signed the Ariel Ambulance?


Hmmmm I think Tim Minear, Loni Peristere, and Jane Espenson. Well, and Jewel, of course...

Well, I also signed it, since I found it. So did Adam Whiting, since the effort to acquire it would never have gotten off the ground without him...
Hey Akin, congrats on your recent eBay win of a Serenity Press Kit.

Sorry I drove the price up so high, though! ;-)
Can a signature be sexy?
'Cause that's one "hot" autograph :-)
And since the ambulance is going to be residing in Az for awhile, I am hoping to get a chance to help paint or restore some of it.
That's an awesome bit of luck finding that, bud.
Nice one.
Anonymous1 and Akin, just wanted to give you two a big thank you for saving this historic prop. Another thumbs-up in contacting the cast. I think they will jump at the chance to leave their mark on this ship. Again, great job!
Maddy dear, that was very nice! I'm sure these guys and gals don't hear that enough. *hugs Madhatter*

Please add my heartfelt thanks as well. :)
Madhatter wrote January 20, 01:16 CET
Anonymous1 and Akin, just wanted to give you two a big thank you for saving this historic prop. Another thumbs-up in contacting the cast. I think they will jump at the chance to leave their mark on this ship. Again, great job!


Anonymous1 writes ???? Wasn't me. Being the shy/scared type, I tend not to get involved in real world stuff unless I can do it Anonymously or with plasticy money where I rely on the recipient organization not to reveal who the donor was as my plasticy money seems to have my real name on it.

Akin wrote January 19, 06:59 CET
Well, I also signed it, since I found it. So did Adam Whiting, since the effort to acquire it would never have gotten off the ground without him...


So that should be
"Adam Whiting and Akin, just wanted to give you two a big thank you for saving this historic prop. Another thumbs-up in contacting the cast. "

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