Sunday, November 12, 2017

Ok, that's a problem.


  1. Best step way back and shoot it with a .22

  2. Tire technology has drastically improved over the years. I remember several road trips back in late 60s and early 70s where we'd have one or even two tires go bad along the way. Several times we'd get a bubble (smaller than the above, but similar) and caught it before a blow-out. Other times we'd just have a blow-out and screatch to a stop on the shoulder. Last blow-out I can remember is 1983 on my mom's station wagon.

    I haven't had a catastrophic failure in decades now. At one point I thought about putting some retro tires on my antique (now sold), but held off because of the above. Thankfully.

    1. The march of technology can be a good thing.