He said the hardest thing would be getting out of the seat. So... Having lots and lots of money or being really famous seems like the only requirement.William Shatner went to space today. Gotta wonder what kind of physical requirements there really are when a 90yr-old can go up.
Pretty sure astronauts aren’t just vacationing in space like Shatner is.
I'd assume having money is the main requirement in practice. I'm just curious what's on paper.He said the hardest thing would be getting out of the seat. So... Having lots and lots of money or being really famous seems like the only requirement.
Yes, trying to buy a truck but I don't want a plow on my pretty new parking lot princess.Aren’t you buying a truck? Just buy a plow for the truck…
I've kicked around the idea of a snowblower. Never really used one but probably should consider it. I also like the idea of a utility trailer and that would be likely if I end up with a quad... just my property has some serious slope.I am looking for a snowblower for the winter. I don't have enough driveway for a plow.
I did buy a used 32" zero turn mower a week or two ago. It's pretty nice. I bought a trailer hitch (which is really just a piece of powdercoated angle iron) and a ball to pull my utility trailer to and from the backyard, and I have a 10cf yard trailer on order for hauling dirt/mulch/firewood around.
Are you saying you should have used paint thinner to up your octane and it would have saved a rod? Or is there some other thing?I'm pissed. A gallon of Xylene from home Depot would have saved my engine. I'm going to carry a couple gallons everywhere. Can't hurt.
Knowing what the snow is gonna do here seems to be a mystery. Everyone tells a different story. Our road will mostly be handled by the neighbors. The quad is just a little something to supplement the driveway efforts. I definitely understand their limits.James it seems like you're gonna get actual snowfall pretty regularly which is going to get real old real quick with an ATV plow. They just don't have the mass to push more than a few inches and having to go plow every 3" is a bad time.
Unless you're just looking for an excuse to buy an ATV in which case carry on.
Congrats man! I've got a garage where you could store some tools if ya need it...Today was my last day at my old job, start the new one tomorrow. Weird week but I'm glad that's over with. Gonna have to figure out how to store a lot more tools in my apartment though 😂
You know you want everyone to call you Mister Plow.Yes, trying to buy a truck but I don't want a plow on my pretty new parking lot princess.
Are you saying you should have used paint thinner to up your octane and it would have saved a rod? Or is there some other thing?
I know, and I appreciate it.Along with answering any and all rhetorical questions (don't ask a question if you don't want an answer), it's just in my nature.
I have good days and bad. Lately, it's been hard because both kids have been sick in the last couple weeks (daughter just went back to school for the first time this week), and my wife has been dealing with some nagging issues. Not the greatest time to be working out mental health.I know, and I appreciate it.
The worrying, slightly less. But that seems to be getting better. Or maybe you're mentioning it less. The tone of your posts are a bit more upbeat.