Hacks-n-Pups

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by PackMule, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. fireflyr

    fireflyr Dumpster Diver

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    It’s an old Watsonian Monza from the ‘60’s./70’s. Not really too sure. It has been painted a number of times, red originally. Has a Mini Cooper 10” wheel.
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  2. raysrig

    raysrig Adventurer

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    I'm back...had a stomach problem that needed surgery. But back to my old self as fulltime park grounds inspector and part time guardian of the groceries. Just a short trip to the grocery this morning. When we were done at 8:30 any semblance of cool was disappearing rapidly and we went straight home. 20200823_081552.jpg 20200501_101108.jpg
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  3. Faddy

    Faddy n00b

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  4. Webman

    Webman Been here awhile

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    Great photo! Is that near Banff NP? One of the most beautiful places I've ever been.
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  5. Faddy

    Faddy n00b

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    Purcell Mts Bugaboo area B.C
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  6. Webman

    Webman Been here awhile

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    Cool, thanks! I haven't been there, I've only been to Vancouver in BC. Beautiful city, I wish I'd had time to explore outside the town, the surrounding mountains looked beautiful! I'd love to spend more time in your beautiful country! I've been to the aforementioned Vancouver, Banff & Calgary, Toronto, and Halifax, Nova Scotia. Enjoyed every visit, my next cities to visit will be Montreal and Quebec City, never been to that province. I'd love to do a ride through BC, as well!
  7. Megadeus

    Megadeus Motorcycles are therapy Supporter

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    1st dog introductions with the tub attached to the tug.
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  8. Webman

    Webman Been here awhile

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    Great photo! What kind of sidecar is that?
  9. Megadeus

    Megadeus Motorcycles are therapy Supporter

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    It's a Dbear sidecar. Kinda funky aluminum frame but it rides out nice with good tracking.
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  10. NxtGoRnd

    NxtGoRnd This Time Around, Wearing Out Tires Supporter

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    Annual Fly-In and Open House Candler Field DSCF4382 - Copy.JPG DSCF4415.JPG DSCF4422 - Copy.JPG DSCF4428.JPG
  11. Gryph

    Gryph Adventurer

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    Lovely weekend with my co-pilot!


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  12. Webman

    Webman Been here awhile

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  13. Gryph

    Gryph Adventurer

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    Thanks Webman! It was unseasonably warm that weekend, perfect dog sidecar weather haha
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  14. Prmurat

    Prmurat Long timer

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    Who really needs a sidecar?? IMG_3836.jpg
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  15. MGV8

    MGV8 Long timer Supporter

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  16. Loutre

    Loutre Cosmopolitan Adv Super Moderator

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  17. Orangecicle

    Orangecicle On a "Quest" Supporter

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    The local crop duster we used (M&M Air Service -- Beaumont, TX) originally started out with converted Stearmans bought from GI Surplus. All but one they converted to a front hopper and a rear single seat. But, they kept one of the old trainers as it was originally -- a two-seater. One of the duster pilots took me up when I was about 10. At one point he climbed at a pretty steep angle to around 10,000 feet and then pulled back on the throttle and let the plane fall. I floated out of my seat and was only held in place by a little lap belt. Unforgettable.
  18. RedMenace

    RedMenace Adventure Sidecar

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  19. davebig

    davebig Another Angry Hun !

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    Nicely done Menace :clap
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  20. elmontanero

    elmontanero Practicing...

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    Any suggestions on getting your pup used to eyewear? I bought goggles for Murphy... He's okay for a little while then it's feet in the air trying to get them off. I've arranged and tightened the straps to keep the material out of his eyes. Trying to put them on.. treat... small obedience tasks with on... treat.... rinse, repeat.
    No sidecar yet... still wanting to get him prepared. Wish I'd started earlier than nearly two years old.