Mud is teh debil !
Yes. Yes it is. I'm already stocked up on Simple Green™ and lots of car washing soap.
I absolutely loathe mud... but URE is a friggin' blast when it's muddy!
I don't know, man...mud really is
teh debil. There's no arguing that fact. I will probably spend most of Saturday removing it...either that, or removing mangled metal.
I just don't understand you guys's irrational fear/hatred for mud.....if you just get some tractor tires and give up that whole LCOG drive it on the street idea/thingy...you would find that tho mud may hate your difs and joints and bearings, it doesn't hate you....
...cant we all just get along???
To be perfectly and offensively honest: in this little corner of the Wasteland, mud destroys parts and attracts a lot of low-watt bulbs. Sure, it's fun to play in, but for me - personally- there are too many downsides to actually enjoy
the experience. If I'm thinking "F***, this is going to be a pain to clean up" the entire time, then I'm not really having much fun; conversely, thoughts like "Well, I'm going to have to fix the _______ now" don't seem to bother me. I suppose I'd rather spend time repairing/improving than cleaning...even though - in point of fact - I do a lot
Are you freelancing ?
I wish; if I was, I'd probably be making more caps than I am at current.
Seeing as how I recently returned from a week long Appalachian trail hike & depositing fecal matter in the outdoors is a popular subject while trudging mile after mile every day. That thing would dig a sweet poop hole in root ridden ground in no time flat!!
And when you're wandering about the less-trodden paths in the outdoors, every little bit of comfort helps. Between this and one of those cool Fiskars folding saws and a decent axe, one could create a pretty livable latrine. Speaking of those things, I probably need to get them packed up: Today's Jeeping
will be going through a thorough checklist to make sure that Greta is as ready as she can be for a bit of non-paved action tomorrow afternoon. I suppose I need to get my a** in order and make up an actual checklist and get some progress made on my Trail Gear and Repair Parts load-outs, because - and this is brutal honesty, here - I really suck
at driving off-road. I'm likely to tear up something expensive and pretty.