Done. Lemme know if you want to rename it.
Michaels Jungle Gym :dunno:
Oh man the kids flock to this thing like playground equipment. I can't keep em off it. I guess the neighbor kids are inveous cous my kids have there own rolling jungle gym.Curtain climbers a plenty on that rig.....looks like they're trying to decide where to go once they figure out how to get it started & in gear.....:xpopcorn2
Notice the shirt on the boy on the back. "National TTORA Takeover 2006 HotSprings Arkansas". My kiddos , although my daughter does get scarred some, love wheeling!The little girl behind the wheel looks like she's telling them "find a place to sit & hang on, I'm startin' this puppy & findin' some trouble to get into!"
It seems my daughter got a little boost of confidence today. I floped my rig with both kids in there buckled up safely. The dog jumped out, but the kids just hung in there, literally. My son has floped with be on other occasions, but my daughter never has. After the flop we met my wife and she jumped in to join for a ride. My daughter said "don't worry mom I'm used to this stuff" with a confident tone. I couldn't have been more proud!i dont blame her, i'd get scared too
Ya thats right the truck went over nice and easy and with the previous days rain the ground was soft and spongy. That was a good thing couse it gave us a nice soft landing, but if it had been a little more firm I might not have had to spin em, and might have had more controll as well. Yup I,m hyped bout taking the family to FlatNasty this weekend.Git,
Good to hear you got your new locker broken in. I bet you were worried about your daughter's reaction after flopping your rig ... sounds like a gentle lay on the side ... maybe just what she needed for that confidence builder. We ya'll at AR S&G? I guess you're getting ready for that road trip to FN next weekend? Have a good week.
but you'll be back by tuesday to get my bumper?? or is that what your gonna arrangeYa thats right the truck went over nice and easy and with the previous days rain the ground was soft and spongy. That was a good thing couse it gave us a nice soft landing, but if it had been a little more firm I might not have had to spin em, and might have had more controll as well. Yup I,m hyped bout taking the family to FlatNasty this weekend.
Its still sitting in the same spot it has for the last month or more. I havent had time to even look at the thing. I'm unshure it will even start when I go to load it on its temparry mobile storage facility (trailer) this weekend. As soon as the move is done I planto get it out for one last wheeling adventure before i transplant all its goodies over to my new rig...pics after the move.Updates on the Red Whasp???