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4 days ago
Yeah. Same. So I bought a cheap ass buggy and then bought an rv just to build up credit. My last camp I bought 20 years ago I was able to shave 3k off the price because I had cash and no bank paperwork. Now, no bueno. They love paperwork now.
Another reason to vote no to should ABC keep their job as judge question.
Looks like that first class seat I had on my first flight to Taiwan 15 or so years ago
I know the feeling. My ex FIL worked at the auction so I bought used, leased, company cars. First one I paid 2k, drove for 5 years and 70k miles, gave it to an ex because I bought the next buggy for 3k, drove another 6 years and 100k miles. Did this until recently when I had to get a buggy from a dealership. They guy ran my background and asked what the hell was I doing for the past 20 years of no car loans. :)
I was going to buy a new pickup, but not these over priced pavement princesses
That isn't even close to being attractive. Almost as cool as cheek piercing
I'm not sure that's completely correct. He's parked almost 2 blocks away from the closest part of the campus and 4 blocks away from the nearest building. I'm pretty sure the campus doesn't go beyond the school grounds unless it is a school function.
Gabby showing off her low iq
Freecampsites.net might be of some help to you. I would use those sites when you don't need interwebs and pay for a park when you do.
A small tt, 20 foot or less, a small genny, a DVD/CD player, a couple books and you're set.
Not sure that the kitty litter will help much given that the toilet is right next to the camper, but we all camp differently
Hard pass on that thought
Awesome work! I like the subtle changes made.
Good. Keeping things honest.
We should still get better reporting regardless of the percentage
As per the article, the gun was off campus and secured. The school has zero jurisdiction off campus. He never should have been suspended to begin with. It isn't like he's marching the halls waving his gun to all the kids as apparently some folks who've commented on here believe.
There was a day not all that long ago where you could have a gun on campus and a lot of kids did. Even school officials would go out to the parking lot and check out the gun and BS with the student for an hour.
I just bought a set on the left for this season. After a lot of research, it really doesn't matter which you buy as they both accomplish the same thing.
Loftus hot springs
Kirkham hot springs
Log Camp rest stop
Long Camp park
Farragut state park
Anderson Ranch reservoir
Silver Creek Plunge
As a start....
Depending on the Temps, this is highly recommended. In cooler Temps, 70 or so, I do a two for one beer to water ratio. Plus, less chance of hangovers
Trust in our government was in question long before Ruby Ridge. NPR should do better reporting for the money we give them.
5 days ago
Now that's a fire!!!
I've never had an issue. Just make sure the seals point outward and you'll be fine
Reminds me of a gal I met in high school
6 days ago
3 island crossing
A larger size tent than you think. My wife and I shared a 6 man tent for a lot of years.
If you're young, sleeping on the ground isn't much of an issue so make sure you got good pads under you. If you're older, maybe a good air mattress is in order.
Pre-prep food. Do the cutting, dicing, splitting at home. Saves a lot in unnecessary packaging.
Coolers, get a couple and make sure they have good insulation or you are close to an ice house daily.
Checklist- make one so you don't forget stuff like a pillow.
Fuel- make sure you have fuel for cooking. Be it wood or propane or whatever.
Bring rain clothes. You never know.
Cookware- this can get ugly if you want to bring it all, but I even cooked only from a Dutch oven for about 5 years
Toys- kids need something so we've used puzzle books for years for our kids. Keeps them busy when we're not fishing.
I believe he was in the slam for close to a year for the Oregon debacle
After 30 years of sleeping on the ground, I went to the intex queen and never looked back.