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people pay good money to get a mud bath like that, he might have come out of the day ahead.

Here's a sunset at Sand Mountain, not sure how it'll look after the 'Bucket has its way with it. We were rewarded with this prime weather after enduring a gnarly sandstorm the prior day.


just cruising on my ex-CRFX


this is how we rolled on one trip, you can tell we're big league hitters. We had a grand time sitting out the weather in this palace of opulence. the door wasn't hanging so hot after we got through with it- alas, it was to be the 'Bago's last journey.
 
people pay good money to get a mud bath like that, he might have come out of the day ahead.

Here's a sunset at Sand Mountain, not sure how it'll look after the 'Bucket has its way with it. We were rewarded with this prime weather after enduring a gnarly sandstorm the prior day.


just cruising on my ex-CRFX


this is how we rolled on one trip, you can tell we're big league hitters. We had a grand time sitting out the weather in this palace of opulence. the door wasn't hanging so hot after we got through with it- alas, it was to be the 'Bago's last journey.
That gem reminds me of my buddy who has one out on his property in JV...it was found on it's side after the tornado of a couple years back. flipped over a few in the area that are left out there.
 
Hahh, that reminds me of my deer camp camper I just got rid of. Mine was so ugly that not even the meth heads would mess with it.:lol: I replace it with a 30' one that has heat and electric. :banana:
 
These are forgettable pics but I didn't want to start a ride report thread so I'll drop 'em here. Saturday 12 2011 in the Sierras, the weather so nice it was bizarre, it was bikini weather in February.





me on the Titter later that night, what a dirtbag. :ride:

edited for anonymity and general ugliness
 
Ridin at night, no lights, no helmet, no socks :shocked:...Oh yea, accidents don't happen when you just F*ckin around camp! :prof:

I was told most car accidents happen within 1 mile from home, so I moved!
 
:P balance point on that TT is about 2 mph in first gear- there are many ordinarily harmless activities that are far more dangerous to attempt with this crew, such as innovative bike/ truck loading techniques, asking someone to "toss you a beer", attempting to sit down in a lawn chair, urination within burning object throwing range, sleeping, bicycle stunts, skateboards, chainsaws- you get the idea. To make that wheelie dangerous, you have to remove your drawers, load [preferrably female] passengers, and spray everything down with beer. We tried it but second gear wasn't fast enough to remove much flesh, and the Chinese acrobats called and said they want their initalds back. :devil:
 
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