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Kind of slow here...I guess we need to post some pictures for all to enjoy.  I like to cook on the trail so posted some of the grandboys and a few friends and wife cooking over the last few days.  Also a few recent "Random"  photos.  Good snow out there....get out and enjoy!

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Rare pic of Micky Rupp as he sat in his Indy car in 1965. Came in Fourth!

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14 hours ago, classicdmax said:

No explanation of deer and cat? 

Wish I had an explanation. Lifted the pic off of Facebook, thought it was very unique. Although I have seen some rare behavior in the North Country between Deer and Foxes, Bears.

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Taken 4/28/2020 about 7:30pm

Red sky at night, sailors delight, and tomorrow is supposed to be pretty good.

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Not quite the weekend weather I was hoping for.....

Snow early, then big winds, then a couple rounds of some stuff called graupel. It's not sleet, hail, or snow, and looks like tiny pieces of Styrofoam.

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Didn't know they groomed in the desert of Glamis Calif.

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Stimulated the economy today by paying a light ransom to bring a new baby home. This is a 1976 Rupp Nitro 440 Xenouah liquid that in it's hey day was pretty neat, . This sled was resting in Farmington, apparently waiting for me to find it at a weak moment. Note the 617 miles on the speedo! Thiis series liquid was famous for having a traditional radiator and also circulated the coolant through the aluminum front bumper. Worked very well, sled was fast and wide, but if you got it stuck in the deep stuff your hands would fry trying to pull on it. I can quit at any time...

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40 minutes ago, pathfinder said:

. I can quit at any time...

 

Addiction can be problem.

Probably too late for counseling, right? 

Maybe an intervention?

Maybe just enjoy the addiction?

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That is a very cool looking sled. Style ahead of its time for sure. Looks brand new. 

Its nice that someone had the presence of mind to keep it covered up in a safe place. So many of these things wind up covered in grime and mouse droppings.

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