Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.
Chattanooga early for Head of the Hooch.
Went to the Desert Botanical Gardens and checked out some plants. They had a good historical exhibit about ancient people and plants that were used in the Southwest.
Pic 1 is how I'm carrying food in my hunting pack.
Pics 2-3-4 was me having coffee and noodles while out prowling on my lease.
spent the morning re-certifying my Transportation Of Dangerous Goods (TGD) License. Company paid for it.
spent the rest of the day installing new molle pouches (see Recent Purchases Thread -----link #2) on the L.R.R.P.R. webbing and getting ready for a hell day at work tomorrow (co-worker is getting surgery, Thurs is pre-op surgery tests).
so im doing the daily work of two truckers for a month. I fully expect to be working about 12 - 14 hours a day while Bro-Co-Worker is off recovering..........
so after a month or so coming up of hell (LONG HOURS) I'm going to treat myself big time in December....with a new advanced design diesel turbo for the Jeep, (about $2000 CDN after exchange, duties, and shipping and core charge)
and a MEDFORD Machete (about $475 CAD)
Way up on the side of a mountain. 2km forward (and back), 1400ft elevation gain, in about 1 hour.
Town off in the distance, stars above, and buddies dog down to the left. Poor pic but it was what I was able to manage with my phone.
East side of the Huachuca Mountains in s/e Arizona.
Lunchtime aromatherapy session:
Back on the fatty this morning. Great riding conditions - I just wanted to keep going and going...
Hanging at the "secret fort" with the kiddos today
Took my dad's new boat for a test run in our backyard today
12ft Alumacraft John boat with mudskipper longshaft powered by a 6.5hp predator engine.
Good times being a guinea pig.
At work in the woods of central Newfoundland
Yep, wet and chilly.
Having to deal this at the moment:
High winds, snow, and major power outages. Compounded by a broken down atv and major anomalous background seismic noise (which affects my instrument).
That sounds like a good time
Very amazing area, the pictures don’t do it justice. Most of these boulders are about 60 feet high. It’s like being in a cave with no ceiling.
(This sign is before you go down in the channels. It’s up on top of the rocks)