Was in Wyoming recently and my first night I saw Starlink. didn't know that's what it was and was bewildered at the sight. Sleeping a little easier now knowing it wasn't aliens marking me for their next vist.
A guy I was talking to was joking about how once it's up to 42,000 satellites the aliens will use them as camo haha.Was in Wyoming recently and my first night I saw Starlink. didn't know that's what it was and was bewildered at the sight. Sleeping a little easier now knowing it wasn't aliens marking me for their next vist.
Yeah, if I'm being logical a mud terrain just isn't the tire for this truck. Especially on snowy pavement.
SST's are really pricy if I remember correctly.
I'll likely stick with the 33x10.5 KO2s
Looks like a great trip!Both, I never really thought about it before but they kind of go hand in hand.
Nice, hope it was a good ride out.
That sounds like a great trip. Nothing like fresh fish & game meals while camping. I can only imagine how awesome that was listening to the elk in the evening. They are such unique animals.
Thanks, I'm going to need any luck I can get.
Bit of catching up to do here,
Got the front end painted, before/after
This Por 15 is great stuff,
Flipped it for a second coat
Painted a few other misc items at the same time,
Scrounged up an astro van steering box for the front axle conversion. Pitman arm points the opposite direction and it's a reverse rotation to accommodate. Without this the front steering would potentially bind.
Back on the bush roads and back on the birds
Check out this bunch of Shaggies
Sunset the first evening
Ran into this big dude on our way up to camp the first night. His front end looked like he had been juicing for quite some time hahaha
This is going to get repetitive as we spent 3/4 nights at the same spot,
Sunrise while sitting the next am,
Beautiful area, out for a quick walk
Great way to take in a morning coffee
Out for a mid aft hike. Tough stuff to walk through.
When you realize how far away the beer is,
It tastes that much better at the top
Starlink beamed by us 2 nights in a row. Pretty crazy to see this for the first time in a totally dark clear sky.
Next am view from bed, bit late getting going
Next time your prepping like that in the garage, just leave the carcass hanging there and leave your garage door open.
Boiling the skull up tomorrow. This completes our age class range from 1 1/2 - 4 1/2 year old muley's. Now we need a couple big hanks to finish out the wall.
No doubt. We live in suburbia and definitely get some looks when a moose is hanging from the rafters....Next time your prepping like that in the garage, just leave the carcass hanging there and leave your garage door open.
Instant Halloween decoration guaranteed to scare little kids! Lol