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Senor Young... my old email has been deleted, and your personal web page is some kind of sick joke bc "contact Gayne" doesnt have a send button. ha. Email me, steven.stech@(the 3 letter initial of the school i go to).edu I didnt actually want my email on the web so hopefully thats not too encrypted for you. Otherwise, take it easy main.
I got em, Captain! They can't get past my ( I should say Bo's ) eagle eye!
Spammers be damned! I'll make a post.
Gayne, I think you should find a truck with character. Find something with a little rust and a few quirks. I want a Ford Bronco that will look good with a few scratches on it, one that has some personality. A truck I can throw a bleeding critter carcass into and not worry about the interior.
Or, you could go with whatever Trixie wants to drive... this complicates the choice.
Mike brings up a very valid point.Those little samurai's were great offroad rigs....short wheel base(no gettin jacked up),narrow body width(I've driven em down moose trails through near impeneratable alder thickets)and a light overall weight(Doesnt sink in the soft stuff like bigger suv's)made em a blast in the back woods.
Gonna show my redneck side on this one. My hunting rig is my 95 Dodge 1 ton work truck. Before that it was a 80 Chevy 1 ton work truck. before that it was I can't remember. in other words what ever I had to use.
I agree with Bo about the Ford Ranger XF4. However, I think that your kids would love the last one! How about some more choices - this is fun.
Sounds like you need a Suzuki Samurai. Bonzi!
see, i'm not the only one that wants to see kella
you rock bo-i love the way you think,and i'll stick with my '79 bronco painted john deere green and dream of kella!!
Gayne, Gayne, Gayne, you said "Catherine Bach is 56 years old..." So what, I am older than she is and I do not feel like a perve when I look at her, or Halle Berry or... never mind.
I will keep my '05 Ford Ranger XF4. It will go anywhere I need it to, and I think it is fun to drive. It has had more than its share of deer in the back.
As far as Kella, how much of her is from a way too active imagination? I think that I speak for everyone when I say that if she is real, please post pics.
Think I need to see a picture of kella
I've gotta admit, I love my Nissan Xterra. I've never had any problems with it camping, canoeing or fishing.
Funny stuff gayne. You got some good choices there.
Good call on not driving something Ashton does. Funny stuff Gayne
Ah Gayne,yer always good for a chuckle.The ScoutII your highschool friend drove reminds me of the old battered ScoutII we used at the camp to haul firewood....full o holes,rust and bondo,but it was as tuff as a coffin nail.Before we could get in we used to have to circle the jeep,banging on the body panels with a stick to scare the raccons out first.
With his chauffer Trixie refusing to no longer drive his 1997 203,000 mile racked Ford Explorer 4x4, Gayne looks for a new SUV to take afield.
NOTE: Gayne doesn’t have a chauffeur and that girl’s name isn't not Trixie
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