That is bittersweet about NL, glad they got some things taken care of. Hopefully nothing too series.
Some beautiful travels, it was good to see some places close to home as I get close here on the inside passage.
Happy trails and safe travels
I believe the airbags on my truck are Firestone, And i used skyjacker add a leaf's, there are multiple options out there. I do also have an icon stage two suspension on my truck.
i just had trouble finding some from 1 1 ton, that i liked, were the right price and not in bad shape. Had i...
Also, ya'll can pick my brain, continue with questions anytime.
Its good information, and good for me to share my knowledge and experience, review things. We have a medical sub forum that does not get much love, i have been enjoying this one.
Correct, refrain from dunking, or immersion. Ice packs to the groin, armpits, neck, and even feet- pouring water will work as well. The water does not even have to be cold, if you go the route of pouring water. As the evaporation will create a cooling effect.
Thats a great question, and can be pretty easily broken down.
You could say, once lacking the equipment or skills to treat- they need to see someone of higher level of care/ not field treatable. That will change w/ each person, maybe they are dehydrated and just need an IV, an EMT...
It's so Beautiful! Reminds me a little of Patagonia.
Looks like a yearling Calf, those buggers are so curious I have seen them chase young bears, and anything that seems interesting to them.
Thanks for taking the time to post.
Thanks for sharing!
I am looking forward to spending a month or so doing just this, when im back from this Contract.
I am thinking maybe a PNW hot springs tour...
or heading down to the Alvord desert and NV area.
I had a DC10, land at the tiny Airport in Egegik, on my way out of there. It was pretty awesome to see living, flying history like that. Ill post a pic when I have better internet. I dont believe those ones are in my thread yet. I was surprised the runway was long enough for it...
Im still planning on solar for mine, but so far the anderson connectors charge it so well, as long as I am moving every few days its stayed topped off. And it was cheaper to go that route at first.
Storage and insulation, all good things.
Good Luck with the project,
My outfitter is secured to my flatbed with big lag ( eye bolts) through the steel deck.
Maybe add some insulation to that frame, would not hurt.
I have big cables running from my second battery to the front and rear of my truck, like for a winch with Anderson...