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Old 03-07-2013, 12:49 PM   #2491
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No age limit on california. Proper helmet only and as long as the child can hold on under their own strength.

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No age limit on california. Proper helmet only and as long as the child can hold on under their own strength.
That's reasonable.

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Old 03-07-2013, 01:13 PM   #2493
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Aww riding in the back of a pickup to the beach with 10 of your closest friends !!!!
Yep. Drink all the beer in the cooler before we get to the fishing hole. Nothing like a bunch of drunk 10 year olds hopping around in the back of a moving pick up. No wonder why our generation is so robust.
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:59 PM   #2494
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Yeah my neighbors computer whiz kid had to be taught how to run. It was pitiful to watch. He never did get it quite right.

BTW I got my scope mounted on the camp gun. 3x9 Variable Winchester with polarized flip covers.
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Yeah my neighbors computer whiz kid had to be taught how to run. It was pitiful to watch. He never did get it quite right.

BTW I got my scope mounted on the camp gun. 3x9 Variable Winchester with polarized flip covers.
Fancy. I have maybe the first generation. It's called the papoose.

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Cool. They are only 22's but for snakes and bunnies they work just fine.
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Cool. They are only 22's but for snakes and bunnies they work just fine.
I used mine to take down gofers even a cayote.
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Old 03-07-2013, 03:26 PM   #2498
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And ammo is cheap. You can carry a brick in a pocket.
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Old 03-07-2013, 03:37 PM   #2499
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And ammo is cheap. You can carry a brick in a pocket.
One thing I like about mine it that it miss fires and jams a lot. It works good for training my kids and me.
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Yeah my neighbors computer whiz kid had to be taught how to run. It was pitiful to watch. He never did get it quite right.

BTW I got my scope mounted on the camp gun. 3x9 Variable Winchester with polarized flip covers.
Yeah, my kids can run and swim out the box. You might say, they were born into it
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Yeah, my kids can run and swim out the box. You might say, they were born into it
Not mine I nicknamed the boy captain klutz and the girl wonder fall.
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LOL Mine I started teaching to kick and punch as soon as they walked good. They use to have some bloody knockdown dragouts before they moved out. Now they are best buds.
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Mike has a 4 wheel Arctic Cat, Caleb loves to ride with Papa around the property. He just sits on Mikes lap with a very serious look. He has ridden around my Dads ranch in the Jeep, He likes to stand in the back and hold the rollbar. My Dad tied a rope around his waist and held it while he stood there the other day I think he went maybe 2-3mph. Caleb loved it.

He's a pretty well rounded kid for not even being two yet, but he is securely buckled in his car seat when on the road with any of us.
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Mike has a 4 wheel Arctic Cat, Caleb loves to ride with Papa around the property. He just sits on Mikes lap with a very serious look. He has ridden around my Dads ranch in the Jeep, He likes to stand in the back and hold the rollbar. My Dad tied a rope around his waist and held it while he stood there the other day I think he went maybe 2-3mph. Caleb loved it.

He's a pretty well rounded kid for not even being two yet, but he is securely buckled in his car seat when on the road with any of us.
The arctic cat is it a wildcat utv?
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My girls use to ask for rides in the race cars. They called them the monkey bar cars. I would light them up and just idle around and give it a bit of a goose . They would howl and scream. Oh how I miss those days.
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Old 03-07-2013, 07:29 PM   #2507
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Wife won't let you go jeeping huh?
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Yeah i almost made it out the door
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Ouch.
Is that you?
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LORD I hope not.
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No some guy got a plate up the side of his head by his roomate
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Old 03-07-2013, 08:11 PM   #2512
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Wonder if his roommate was my ex.
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No some guy got a plate up the side of his head by his roomate
I guess he was still hungry?
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I guess he was still hungry?
Well I'm off to my girls concert. She is playing the cello with a cast on her left hand.
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Wonder if his roommate was my ex.
Lol dunno but it all started cuz roomate wouldnt let him sleep. He got hit so hard he didnt remember me taking the police report at the hospital so he went to go file another at the station. They slmost arrested him because they thought he was the suspect. Good thing they called me lol
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This is my new little trailer to tow behind the Jeep. Mike bought it for me today
It's so cute!

Now I need some help, if you notice the picture on the side is mountains. I want to have stickers made of little Jeeps, in orange (of course) and a couple other colors. I want to put them climbing up the mountains

Any help or suggestions if where to get them is appreciated. Thank you

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That's great. I didn't think a jeep could tow something that big. Congrats
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This is my new little trailer to tow behind the Jeep. Mike bought it for me today
It's so cute!

Now I need some help, if you notice the picture on the side is mountains. I want to have stickers made of little Jeeps, in orange (of course) and a couple other colors. I want to put them climbing up the mountains

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Quick question for you or anyone, are you require to stop at weight scales with that?
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Quick question for you or anyone, are you require to stop at weight scales with that?
Nope
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Anyone know if the Main Divide is open now? Any way to get to Santiago Peak?

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