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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Supahflid, Jan 26, 2010.
Could have been a blue Harley Trike with an FDR sticker!!!
Nope, testing out some new equipment at my farm. Tent survived and stayed dry.
Packed up and ready to go.
Thunderhart likes fire!
Use loctite on your tripod feet if they screw in. Wolfy lost a foot on his similarly fancy tripod once when we were riding around taking photos. The damn thing vibrated right out.
Spotted Richard Stevens this morning at 5:30 am on his Tiger headed up I-55, my truck temp gauge said it was 34 outside :eek1
That pic, IMHO, epitomizes what I think this site is all about. Good pic!
Mark's Husky says "610SM" on the rear fender. I was fooled last weekend at The Kickstand as the bike had a 21 inch front, I thought David was there.
That reminds me of the flash cards I used to have as a kid, when I lived in West Germany, that showed you silhouettes of various NATO planes and vehicles in comparison to the Eastern Block countries. Nothing says fun like the Cold War.
That was me...did the Natchez Trace from Natchez to mile marker 193. Spent the night in the Jeff Busby campground....
Cool. Welcome aboard in case the official welcoming committee hasn't been by.
I thought YOU were the chairman of that committee? Oh well, WELCOME damigo26!
It's official now.
Is this the same as the "Getting bail money together" committee?
I think Carabnsol is acting chair of that committee, but ya'll have been good lately.
I want to resign that position and accept the Hooters Scouting Committee chair position.
Done. That was the best Hooter's visit ever.
Bought the KLR last spring but this was by far my longest trip. 600 miles in two days. A friend recently introduced me to hammock camping and I wanted to give it a try. Here's a pic of my setup at the Jeff Busby camp ground on the Natchez Trace
Looks like fun!
Woke up to 36 degrees temps, but warm and cozy in my mummy bag. Great cheap fun! Spent $60 for the two days.looking forward to my next short adventure.
Does the lack of wind protection in hammock camping cause problems in cooler weather or do you just need a good sleeping bag to stay warm. My Wally World bag is far from warm and cozy in a tent on an air matress at those temps.