Friday, April 10, 2020

Friday Open Road





























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  1. c w: I don't know how you do it week after week, but I sure am glad that you do. You make my day every day with your posts. I think my favorites are the pictures which have the Milky Way in them, all of them range from good to great, with the outlovingstanding one to complete the set.

    Thanks for the posts.
    Paul L. Quandt

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    1. Paul, I couldn't say it better - many thanks, CW! always look forward to your posts, especially Friday

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  2. Like the packing out, love the worn stone path with rock wall.

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  3. No roads for me this weekend, going out in the boat & I might not come back.

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    2. Anyone know where #3 is?

      With a sailboat, no need to stop anywhere until you need drinking water... I guess that's true of powered boat too (there is the need for fuel)...
      I saw this 40 min video of a guy who sailed his 23' boat to Hawaii from LA, I was impressed by the whole thing.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUi0gsxVHZM&t=167s

      Not impressed enough to sell the RV & buy a sail boat but maybe learning to sail is a good idea?
      Then I read about the Puddle Duck racer, https://www.duckworksmagazine.com/12/projects/nolen/index.html 3 sheets of plywood, sails out of a tarp, you can fit it in the back of a pickup... that might be fun! Both to build and to learn to sail!

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    3. Thanks for the Puddle Duck racer link, Rob! That looks like fun to build and learn with.

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    1. Yes, and it's sporting Wilwood brakes. So it's probably a kit car.

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  5. Another superb collection!

    #2 appears to be the bridge to Shangri-La. It might be a one-way journey!

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  6. I like the buggies rock crawling.

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    1. If that vertical jeep (#8) has a wet sump I'd think that would be hard on the engine.

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