Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.
teaser pics from todays Adventure (trip report monday)
Itasca state park in Mn at the headwaters of Mississippi River. My daughter was concerned I was going to push her in. It was a serious consideration.
Shes so cute. Seriously adorable little baby you got there.
Push her into the water!!!! Do iiiiiiit!
Thanks! She pretty awesome. Seems like just yesterday we were bringing her home. Now she turned 6 last month and starts 1st grade.
Thought about it. The water is only about two feet deep but it’s real cold right now. There was a pretty good thunderstorm the previous night and it dropped the water temp. The laugh I would have got would not have been worth the tears.
Replaced rear window trim
The old crud
The new bling
Cleaned up the salvage yard treasures, polished up the windshield trim and painted the wiper arms.
Removed the headliner to fix the sags and fit the sunvisors.
New windshield should be in by Wednesday afternoon
I'm debating on changing the interior color while I have everything apart from the stock smoke grey to you guessed it "BLACK"
That ain't happening EVER, O-rang isn't hapnin eeder
don't fear change...your getting old now.......your eyesight perceives colors differently ........
embrace what you cannot change....tick tock, tick tock......
razzing ya Brother.....I am SERIOUSLY IMPRESSED with the amount of work you have put into that truck.
Hiking in southeast Arizona. Temperatures are getting too high, heading back to the high country of Southwest New Mexico.
New windshield installed today
Removed the interior today
No it's "BLACK "
Get it right Strig
Now you got it
Went out to a monthly primitve skills meeting called S.A.L.T. today at Pueblo Grande Museum. Al Cornell taught animal tracks, scat, and signs, then everyone broke off to practice cordage, stone tools, and friction fire. At the end my friend and I got some practice with a rabbit stick. Good day.
Out with the old (135 watts)
In with the new 225 watts
Still have some more to do, but it's getting there.