Hello Guest

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - Flyin6

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 392
51
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 10:36:24 PM »

That is true Don if the pond is deep enough and the fish stay out of the top water. My pond area is a composite stock trough maybe 2.5ft deep and the heron stood at the top and picked off the fish when they came toward the surface. 


Copy that Bob
I am no expert on the blue heron species, except that a .22 will put the smack down on em in a quick minute! Errrr, I heard that was the case...

Of my outdoor ponds I made one 8 feet deep. A blue Heron during his brief lifespan started visiting, but the Koi always stayed deep. Good for their safety, but not so good for the koi owner who actually wanted to see the fish every once in awhile.

The farm pond will mostly be 3-5 feet deep with a deep sump going down 10-12 feet

52
You know the only person who cares about the excuses you?re making right?  :popcorn:
No, of course not...I have no idea what you're referring to...

53
Here is a link for a kit for the tranny. Little pricey but you can do it on your own too.

https://transmissioncenter.net/shop/47rh-overdrive-made-to-work-without-a-computer-made-for-diesels-without-vacuum/
Thanks JR

Only thing I see with this kit that I question is that it is made for a 47RH. I have a 46RH transmission, no lockup converter.

54
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 04:49:45 PM »
All those rocks along the top of the pond will give the heron and other fish eating birds a place to stand. I tried fish in our small waterfall pond and the birds kept the fish sellers in business. I managed to relocate a couple heron but the neighbor and sheriff decided I wouldn't be shooting any more of them.
Now, I have had several outdoor Koi ponds in the past. The secret to defeating the blue heron is to create vertical pond walls where they cannot get purchase like in a sloping bank arrangement. If they stand on the top rock, then they can't arch over to pick at the fish. Same with Racoons, makes it tougher on them. but then again Scout GSD's makes it hard on coons too!

55
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 04:47:12 PM »
I would be interested in a log beam for a mantel.    Let?s talk


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
OK email me Dave

56
That?s a short list really, suck it up buttercup
But you know how work, works, right

First rule of work: You must first work just to be able to work

Second rule: Work begat work

Therefore, by starting, all I am really doing is setting up for an engine overhaul, repainting the hood, replacing the ring and pinions, and rewiring the headlights...

57
D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:53:43 PM »
Been doing some serious research on those minis in the 8000 lb range, about as big as I can haul in the dump trailer, and boy do they hold value. This one started at 25 and ended up getting it for 22, with 1500 hrs, and cab with a/c.
Only thing missing is the thumb I'll need for forestry work.
I picked Volvo because they have a great rep, and one of the highest hydro flows in that size..26 gpm... capable of running a decent brush hog

Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk


Nice!

Ya, 26GPM is big

Run a mini forestry head off of that

So is that High Flow 26 GPM?

I like those minis too. One day will own a Kubota KX-80 to compliment the big Kobelco

58
Parenting / Re: Raising twin boys
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:50:55 PM »
Good Job dad!

59
Share Your Recipe / Re: Carne Adovada
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:47:47 PM »
From the Artillery Corps comes a Chef!

Chef Nate

60
And tlane?


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Well, I do appreciate the help offers.

The motor is sorted out, now only the
1. Torque converter fitment
2. Hydro brake system keeps blowing out seals
3. Figuring out how to get the trans to shift while having no computer any longer
and
I think that is about it for the big issues.

61
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:31:55 PM »
Hey, if anyone has a need for a special mantle or wood beam or decorative something like that, contact me as I will soon be sellin' them or maybe givin' them away.

Currently collectin' beams and things to clog up my sawmill

62
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:29:47 PM »
Up here in Kentucky it is a major crop. My fields are growing them constantly.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
;-)

63
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:29:13 PM »
Looks great Don, keep it up. Maybe a nice platform of that rock around the lip of the pond might toughen it up some?

You break things pretty consistent, have that going for you.

I have noticed that naps come very easy these days.
I was thinking of using them JR

I thought once I excavated the general size and shape of the pond, I'd go down a foot or two and dig a three foot wide shelf around the thing, then stack these boulders on top to make it appear as though there is a rocky hole instead of a traditional pond. I plan to throw Koi in this pond which I plan to breed and sell some day. The rocky nooks and crannies are good for the fry

I used to do Koi. Had tens of thousands of dollars of them. Some getting on 30" length and brilliant colors. I learned the business, and took note that there are no notable American breeders who breed the expensive Japanese, Chinese and Korean koi. One pair can create a hundred or more a year of which maybe 25-50 make it to being 8" long in two years. THose 8" fish would wholesale from $50 to $100 ea...

64
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 12, 2018, 02:24:12 PM »
You have a massive pile of rock wall parts started oh my gosh!!!

Looks good


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Sure do!

But get this, this rusty colored Limestone that comes out in the rectangular blocks is sought after by landscapers. They pay from a hundred up to and over $500 for a single piece!

65
At least there is not blood mixed in there. Solid machine it appears.
Yea, its soild

Around here this machine is preferred over the Cat 299. Just a strong rep for good service, brute strength and great factory backing. I am experiencing all of the above.

Only thing I did not like about this machine was paying for it!!!!!!!!!

66
So since they have it at the shop, are they going to give it the once over to make sure you didnt break anything else?
Yessir

67
Share Your Recipe / Re: Carne Adovada
« on: August 11, 2018, 06:26:23 PM »
That stuff is one of the few things on earth that looks the same coming out as it did going in!

That and pumpkin pie! :shocked:

68
Leave it the way it is and get it running. No need to swap transmission at this point. However if the cost to fix is more than you wish to put on the line, then sell it and look for a new project, like the XJs you want to build. How many headaches have you had since this project started and how many do you think you're going to continue to have whilst fighting the timelines?

You can potentially part it out or sell whole and cover the cost of purchasing and most upgrades/fixes on the potential XJs or a new project, or fix Sarge or get something you need down on the farm.
Bobby, you been talking to my Frau?

She wants me to part it out or sell it complete.

She (Rightly??) thinks I have too many irons in the fire, and need to move on from this headache. She points out that we have grandkids, commitments, a farm, a house to constantly repair, and did I mention, we have a farm?

So, yea. Phil is interested in the transmission. The motor would go quickly for a pretty good penny considering what it is. But after that, I think it would be a slow process. I'd never recover for the countless hours, and that truck is now in really great shape.

My inclination is to fix it and drive it some.

69
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:58:20 PM »
This message was Scout approved


70
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:57:09 PM »
Chief is a freakin Tyrannosaur!

That thing goes through dirt, clay and limestone like me eating down my second helpin' of crab cakes!

71
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:46:43 PM »
^^^^ Hmmm, just noticed I have forgotten to paint that door trim green...

OK, so the pond just fills right back up no matter how much I dig out of it. In this pic, you can see the first level "Shelf" I am excavating that is maybe a few inches above the water line. Once that is gone back another 75 feet, I'll come back in and excavate that down another eight feet, hopefully in the dry, then bust the levee and drastically lower the water level

I need that to happen so I can dig down and plant a drain pipe to manage the water level. My hope is that the thing stays fairly topped off year round.

72
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:42:34 PM »
OK, enough of all that nonsense, I figured I'd try settling into one of my chairs on the deck and take a snooze.

I am happy to report, that worked! Woke up just in time to pack it in before another thunderstorm hit.

Place is looking pretty good for the minimal maintenance it has gotten the past month

73
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:39:26 PM »
Then I noticed that something had grabbed onto the safety chain retainer rod. It was mostly pulled out which caused the loss of a lot of the safety chain.

Man, can ya do anything without something breaking, falling apart, not starting, breaking down, or come up missing???

74
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:36:47 PM »
I no sooner got all of that cut back and cleared up that I motored back and topped off the fuel tank of the 4720. Then I started bush hogging the field adjacent to the pond construction. In a skippy second, the cutter flung a blade bringing the operation to a screamin' halt!

CARREP: One wiped out blade retaining bolt/Nut and a one bladed, W A Y out of balance rotary cutter!

75
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:33:37 PM »
So, the objective today was to pull routine maintenance on the "Road" into the place. There have been a couple trees blown down which had to be moved, some stones as well, and cutting back on the vegetation

76
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:32:01 PM »
So, got the CTL, "Spud" over to the Kubota dealer. It awaits parts and repairs at the moment

77
Other than that, the condition of the machine is very good

78
So, it's at the dealership at the moment awaiting parts. I checked on putting that crush and blast proof door on the thing. It is like a $3,000 addition!

Won't be getting that anytime soon

79
Here's the broken glass and dirt that liked to fill up the cab!

80
Firearms / Re: Internet gun buying. Newbie
« on: August 11, 2018, 05:19:16 PM »
Not much barrel there!

THat thing is going to make a big "BANG"

81
Hide Site / Re: Hide site, retirement site.
« on: August 11, 2018, 09:38:49 AM »
Good Golly, Miss Molly!!!!!!!!!

82
I'd leave it as is Shawn. You won't be there forever. It will fit your next shop mo-betterer!

83
If it were mine I would fix the auto, I just paid $600+ for a new rear shaft in the jk. Not to mention the trans issue is probably a half a day fix for a guy who knows what he?s doing & knows which parts to have on stand by. Nothing against you or your mechanics but if they don?t deal with that regularly then you get what I?m saying.
I'll be doing it myself
The mechanics are good, but they were not willing to use impact tools and hustle parts around. Since everything is painted up and pretty, they said they would have to handle everything more carefully (Slower) which at their hourly rate would really cost me a bundle.
Besides, I did this so I guess I should take the beating and fix it myself.

84
Parenting / Re: Raising twin boys
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:11:43 PM »
 :beercheers:

85
Hide Site / Re: Hide site, retirement site.
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:10:49 PM »
Well developed space there

But

Its giving Nate, Me, Bobby and Sean the shivers

We lived out of those things! You're bringing back memories of a plywood life at 20 and 40 feet...

86
Love to see it going again. I think going with the manual would be a great idea, from the beginning.

Now that the auto is in there, just get it going. Between linkages and drive shafts you would have a new buildup.
JR, I don't think it would be all that difficult a process. Basically just a R&R installing the new stuff, find a pedal, see if the driveshaft lengths need adjusting and just like that, I'd be cookin' with bacon grease!

As for others not being able to drive a stick, I don't see that as a problem. I do however see a manual (Clutch) adversely affecting the ability to drive if I was all buggered up...

87
Hey Don,

If your really going to get rid of that setup let me know, I would be interested in buying it from you.

One other thing to consider, can everyone that you plan on letting operate SqD, do they know how to drive a stick if you do convert it?  Something to consider!  If you are out somewhere and get hurt can the person with you drive the truck? 
Hey Phil, I'll PM or email you to discuss

88
D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: August 10, 2018, 03:29:27 PM »
Had to replace the battery in the Acadia in the middle of the road trip... wouldn?t start yesterday nor again this morning. 7 yr battery, likely original to the car since it is a 2011. I think it lived a good life.


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Concur

That was a good run for a battery

89
Our Heros, The "Hooah" or "Ooh-Rah" Place / Re: Unbelievable
« on: August 10, 2018, 03:27:56 PM »
 
Kinda like what our scouts do, closer to, and on the ground...

LOL! Except we have better camouflage!
:likebutton:

90
Share Your Recipe / Re: Carne Adovada
« on: August 10, 2018, 03:27:17 PM »
Gutsy move, Mav...

Whys that?
Makin' that.

I remember the first time I ever ate it

I was a buck sergeant at Ft. Knox and this tall Texan Staff Sergeant came to us. We hit it off immediately and wasn't long before he had me over for dinner. He made that Carne lava mix. I remember sweating while I was eating it, then burning up later on when I was "sitting."

Ya I remember that stuff...

I actually kept strictly to the recipe and did not add any other heat source.  but then again, Hatch Chiles are not know for their Scoville heat level but more for their richness in flavor.

if I could figure out the pressure canning time, I would can some up for you and send it your way.
OOOOH!
I'd surely eat it!

91
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 10, 2018, 03:26:08 PM »
Update: Kubota is down there picking up Spud to repair the damage caused by the tumbling rock

92
My vote is to just have it fixed...still cheaper and easier, as long as the trans is good (hopefully)
Well it was professionally rebuilt.

I am just floating ideas as I prepare to get back into that thing

93
Question to you knowledgeable (very) few :wink:

Suppose I just take the automatic transmission out altogether?

And install a 5 speed or a 6 speed NV trans. Would that make more sense than trying to sort through this torque converter to flywheel mismatch and how to get the electronic part of the trans (Overdrive) to work somewhat automatically?

Thinking out loud here boys and girlz. Haven't purchased the first drop of manual trans fluid yet...

Good idea? Bad idea???

I would like to get the thing running/driving and I am wondering if this isn't the overall easiest route to getting there.

94
Six Months? Worth of PC, Diversity and Leftist Destruction in the US Military ? Part I
Ray StarmannAugust 2, 2018
 
By Ray Starmann
It sure as heck ain?t your grandfather?s military anymore; nor is it your father?s or your uncle?s. It?s not even your older brother?s military anymore.

Whose military is it now ? Kirsten Gillibrand?s, the LGBT mafia, soccer moms, Obama-worshipping fools, cultural Marxists and walking, talking, clueless cannon fodder.

Our military is focused on just about everything except preparing for war and for war against enemies who are going to be bringing navies, armies and air forces to the fight; enemies like the Chinese, the North Koreans and the Russkies; enemies who are not insurgents in the Middle East.

The Chinese are building hypersonic missiles and super carriers. What?s our focus ? closing our eyes while Mary Jane is given her 200th chance to pass a patrol at Camp Diversity, aka Ranger School, while at Camp Murray, the ?Sergeant Major? rejoices at the fact that the new Mamava lactation station has a Bose sound system.

The military has become nothing more than some kind of fantasy playground for wacko leftists, feminists and low testosterone candyasses, while providing a welfare state to people who care less about service to their country, but more about paid maternity leave, pensions, Tricare and reporting their commander to the Zampolit Diversity Officer.

What you are about to read should alarm any American. Our national security is in jeopardy and it appears that no one is prepared to do anything about it.

The attitude in the Pentagon is pray that we never go to war against a serious enemy because truth be told, our PC armed forces can?t fight their way out of wet lister bag. Even worse, those leading them are undoubtedly the worst generation of senior officers this nation has ever fielded. The nation?s senior military leaders may have rows of fruit salad, they may have multiple degrees and some may even have served multiple combat tours. But, because they are either America last globalists or simply gutless wonders lacking professional courage, they have allowed our military to be destroyed by a Maoist Cultural Revolution that continues to this day.

The following is a list of the last six months? worth of policies, events and situations that have occurred in the US military:
All can be confirmed online, either at US Defense Watch or at other news outlets.
Yesterday, the Air Force announced that it has given new mothers approval to wear a special breastfeeding T-shirt under either the Airman Battle Uniform or Operational Camouflage Uniform.
Airman Battle Uniform Special Breastfeeding T-Shirt. That?s normal, in the dystopian Kafkaesque world that the military has become.

The announcement came 24 hours before the 75th anniversary of Operation Tidal Wave, the daring mission in 1943, when B-24 Liberators from the Ninth Air Force hit nine oil refineries in Nazi occupied Ploesti, Romania.
This mission was one of the costliest for the USAAF in the European Theater, with 53 aircraft and 660 aircrewmen lost. It was the second-worst loss ever suffered by the USAAF on a single mission and its date was later referred to as ?Black Sunday?. Five Medals of Honor and 56 Distinguished Service Crosses along with numerous others awards were awarded to Operation Tidal Wave crew members.
 
I don?t know about you, but I have a hard time picturing lactating women on an operation like that.
The Air Force breastfeeding t-shirt was preceded by the Army?s recent acceptance of the shirts. In April, the Army issued guidance for postpartum mothers to purchase the commercial clothing, manufactured by Miss Military Mom.
The website, Breastfeeding in Combat Boots, gives some helpful tips for women who will be pumping breast milk during field exercises or on overseas deployments.

You will be on the move constantly and most likely you will not have any electricity or refrigeration available. Despite all this, you can continue to pump while in field conditions or on the range. There are a number of items you will want to think about and prepare for before you leave. Download the Deployments, Schools and Trainings handout, or go to the Handouts page for more topics.

Speaking with your leadership is vital. Don?t go into the FTX or out to the range hoping that you can pump without anyone knowing about it. Let your command know that pumping while in the field or on the range will be necessary in order to keep from developing mastitis (you can request a note from medical).  Your leadership also needs to know your requirements for pumping, such as the amount of time you will need (15-30 minutes a couple of times a day) and where a suitable place in the field or at the range might be, ahead of time as well.

Operation Tidal Wave, bombing oil fields, Luftwaffe, Nazis, field exercises, deployments, breast milk?
The Big Red One, the famous First Infantry Division, a unit that landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, among a thousand and one other campaigns it fought, announced that August 22, 2018 is Women?s Equality Day. If there?s anything more important to the country?s national security, it?s certainly women?s equality in infantry units.
 

This week, stories circulated around the Internet concerning the Army?s new physical fitness test or PT test, that will go into effect in 2020. The test, is both gender neutral and age neutral. The old test, in existence for nearly 40 years, had both age and gender standards in three categories: push ups, sit ups and a two mile run. In order for the Army?s leaders to convince themselves and idiots in Congress that there is no difference in the sexes, all standards are dissolving quicker than an Alka Setzer tablet in a glass of water. The Army has yet to create a scoring method for the new test. I?m betting there will be none, as everyone gets a trophy!

On July 20th, the Army Times reported that Captain Brittany de Barros, assigned to the Army?s Psychological Operations Command was under investigation after she went on several Twitter rants concerning her hatred for the racist, Islamophobic war mongering executive branch, and the nation that she serves. Captain de Barros is also a supporter of the Marxist terrorist group, Black Lives Matter.

Spencer Rapone, Brittany de Barros, Reality Winner, Bowe Bergdahl, Chelsea Manning, Jeffrey Nance. Uh, Arlington, we have a problem.

On July 19th, Fox News reported that the gutless commander of F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming has agreed to replace a Bible on a POW/MIA table with a generic ?book of faith,? the Military Religious Freedom Foundation revealed this week. The MRFF is a militant organization that has fought against Nativity scenes, Bible studies and any outward expressions of the Christian faith on U.S. military installations.

The Air Force is leading the way among the services with its open hostility to Christianity and its promotion of secularism.
In an article on Task and Purpose from July 9th, Major Jenny Gunderson argues that the problem with the Army War College is that pregnant officers are not allowed to enroll in the school. No doubt, the Army needs more pregnant field grade officers and particularly ones to command battalions and brigades and divisions.

Once again, we find ourselves with this disturbing equation: Army + War + Women + Combat Arms + Pregnancies = Total Chaos

On June 21st, the Marine Times reported that two women had graduated from the Marine Corps? Infantry Officer Course. With Pravda-esque fanfare, the graduation of two women from the course was celebrated with deluded feminist pomp and circumstance.

What the Marines didn?t tell you was that several weeks before the Corps had decided to drop the grueling combat endurance test that had been part of the course for 40 years. The reason for dropping the combat endurance test was obvious ? no women could pass it. Drop the test and lo and behold women are now Marine Infantry Course graduates! Isn?t diversity cool?
The giant lie rolls on?

Speaking of diversity at the Army?s Camp Diversity in late June, a female Ranger School candidate was dropped from the course after it was discovered that she was pregnant.

No worries, Operation Bun in the Oven will march on. The female will be allowed to recycle and start again at Ranger School next year. Diversity is so wonderful.

The Boys of Pointe du Hoc, Merrills? Marauders, Blackhawk Down, Mommy Rangers?
Rangers Lead the Way?to the Maternity Ward!
 
Also, in late June, the Chair of the Military History Department at the Army War College, Jen Mittelstadt, a woman who wouldn?t know a tracer round from a Twinkie, argued in an OPED that the Army War College needs to focus less on war and more civilian college in the curriculum.

Absolutely, Jen, where has the Army been for 200 years? It?s been focusing on military type stuff when all along it should have honed in on topics like: gender in battle, diversity in the counter-recon mission, using PC to mass combat power.

God help us all?
To be continued?

95
D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:28:25 AM »
Man

Folks sick/injured everywhere

Prayers coming...Standby

96
Hide Site / Re: Hide site, retirement site.
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:22:15 AM »
Dave,

BTW, the thing sometimes does not allow me to add a second post

Like when first I start chewing on your butt for screwin' up again

Then the second post, where I fired you, somehow doesn't show up

Weird!

Same thing happened with Shawn for a long time

I don't get it...

But, seriously, I watch peeps try to register, then nothing comes through. As if there is some filter blocking them. Makes me thing the devil is at work keeping good men from joining up with other strong men in the name of the Lord.

Sounds like something he would do...

97
Hide Site / Re: Hide site, retirement site.
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:18:45 AM »
I have been getting double posts when I read things, also things that pop up out of order than re shuffle later.   Who knows. 


Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I had a tech guy put a virus on your account

Sorry...

or

Maybe I didn't

;-))

98
I think that is cool!

99
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:15:30 AM »
here is a picture not to scale of what I was trying to propose/recommend



I would agree with the concept, however before you start developing a small camping site, you do need to think about pull through or back in sites. Pull throughs don't need as much road width or free movement area to get into or out of. 30 Amp sites wouldn't cost nearly as much to run power but the bigger campers would suffer in the summer as you can't run both air conditioners on 30 amps. 30 AMP needs hot, neutral, and ground where as 50 AMP needs two hot, a neutral, and a ground. 50 AMP is two 50amp circuits where 30 amp is only one30 amp so wire size would be larger with the 50's. Site size needs to be large enough to open slides on both sides of the camper and long enough to accept larger trailers/5th wheels. The road  into out of doesn't need to be level but the pads should be close to level side to side and not too far off end to end. With back in sites you would only need one road but the rigs need room to move into out of the sites. More angle means less room needed to back into the site. Younger guys there for training could get by with a tent and an outhouse, older guys like me and a few others would need the full meal deal if longer than a couple days.
Bob, not going for anything commercial that would be used by many. More of a hitching post for you knuckleheads if we ever do anything at the farm, or a bug-out site for peeps who I would invite. In any event, fields all around or, possibility of my using one of my machines to hook to and tow camper to exact location.

I have tracked vehicles now that have no problem with either traction nor heavy weight.

100
Hide Site / Re: Hide Site/Bug-out location Construction, Part 5
« on: August 10, 2018, 10:12:01 AM »
what I am trying to get at, is a few things.

1. have you sat down and actually sketched out exactly how you want the hide/farm/or whatever it is becoming now to be when complete?  just asking, as that's something that shouldn't be shared for the world to know.

2. I understand "YOUR" camper being where its at, because that is the only one down there and that is also serving double duty as a command center.  is it smart to have campers kind of just pulling up where ever and being scattered all over with no sort of organization?

3. here is a picture not to scale of what I was trying to propose/recommend
Nater,

I have a pretty comprehensive "Conceptual" plan

Which is not for public consumption

But ya, I want room for friends

and other things

Pages: 1 [2] 3 4 ... 392