Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by Zoomie, Feb 15, 2009.
...of buckwheat pancakes and venison patties. Smothered in fresh Vermont maple syrup.
Life is good.
fresh vermont maple syrup?? wow you must be rich.. i just read where its going for 32 dollars a quart in new york..
we tapped our trees this year and made our own..
You know I've not a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out. Bartered for it. One of the things I cans still do better in suburban Babylon. But in three months I'll have enough eggs to barter for coffee and other necessities. Here's where I'm building (upper right corner)
And all that flat land will be plowed and planted by Beltaigne.
That looks like a great place for a horror flick.
is that the mountain you say you can't drive?
HAHA you've not ever seen HHB driveway then!
that's a gorgeous place.
oh i understand being broke. we just bartered a goat (new beer) to get some tail lights hooked up on my old truck..
we plan on doing much more bartering as time goes by..
and yeah,, that hill aint too bad. pretty place.. ive always liked west virginia..
I'll know next month. Take the Dodge out, throw her in 4 and see what I can get. Would be nice not to have to drag building materials to the south peak on foot...
They were a normal group of kids..
Going on a holiday in the mountains..
Everything was going well..
Until they got a piece of..
i wouldnt wanna be doing life and they dont serve good food like that in the jails here
Well it's no House of 1000 courpses, or Devils Rejects, but yeah it could do for a horror flick with lots of tits!
The only things that I know for sure has made it to the top is a Cat. When they were drilling for gas they had to push everything up there with it. Maybe my 4x4 can, maybe it can't. If it can't I'll get an ATV and drag T-111 up three sheets at a time.
if there is a logging path or something there already you shouldnt have any problem with a 4x4.
i have some friends who built on top of a ridge that was so steep they had to back up the mountain most of the way a lot, because even with the materials strapped down the road was so steep and rough that the shit just slid right out the bed a lot of times..
if a 4x4 aint gonna make it,your wasting your time with a ATV,.. trust me,ive used both here. ATV's are just too light to use as a utility vehicle in the mountains. its a good way to get killed to be quite honest.
Then the Dodge will have to do.
I bet if I had a floored start from maybe 1/4 mile maybe less, I could make that mountain in my Calavier. I just bet I could make it. Then again I am sorta a crazy/fast driver, but I'm always safe.
NOOOOOO!!!! NOT THE "REMOTE LINKING NOT ALLOWED!!!!!!" MY EYES! MY EYES!!! OH, THE AGONY!! IT BURNS!
See to me, Cazy/fast are not words i'd use to describe a safe driver...
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