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On this memorial day….

From a fine old blog, sadly updated no more, but still quite timely:   “Whatever else you do with your free day – Remember Them. It only takes a moment. But Remember. They are not truly gone until we forget. For some … Continue reading

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Field fixes for starter issues….try doing this with an automatic trans…

Not going to happen. But with a manual trans….oh yeah…  

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Here’s a good reminder to stay proficient with paper navigation… A fairly large area West of the Rockies is going to be undergoing a bit of a GPS signal issue, if anyone’s traveling, well, be aware of it. For those of you that are using GPS (most of us), … Continue reading

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Yep, it’s truth

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Regarding the “Myth Of the Bug Out Vehicle”

So a recent article has been filed over at AllOutDoor, it’s here if you want to take a gander at it. The first line of that article is basically an abstract, and it covers what the entire article is about: … Continue reading

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The Unimog S 404….an older article

The Mercedes Benz Unimog By Greg Trent, ©1994 The Mercedes Benz Unimog, in all of its variants, has a long and illustrious history as one of the worlds best light-medium duty rough terrain cargo vehicles. Originally developed as part of … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving folks!

We’ve all got things to be thankful for, even if it takes some of us a while to identify them. So here’s to you folks – enjoy your time today!

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Velocipede style transportation, and what’s really important…

Short and simple, It’s the engine, not the machine.  

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Veterans Day 2017

Originally posted on Western Rifle Shooters Association:
God bless them all.

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So the trailer project is semi-complete, and a success…

I’ll add in some pics later today, but I made a four hundred mile run with the trailer, loaded with a Steyr-Puch Haflinger, ramps and what not. Worked out perfectly, towed nicely, hubs ran cool, and the Haffy had zero … Continue reading

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