Thanks for the compliments.
I spent a little over 5 months in restoring the trailer. It took me four years to restore the M38.
BTH, "pvtjorge" or "private jorge" is my pet Shih Tzu's handle. He is camera shy and I don't have a good photo of him to post yet.
I'm Cacti_Ken on other sites.
I appreciate that info. My truck is a 2008 GMC Sierra crewcab with 20inch tires and a Stabilitrak system.
I agree, in steep off road terrain one needs a low range transfer case. I just told the wife I'm trading for a 4x4 drive. Ha!, we'll see.
I may just have to stick to paved roads and visit...
Has anyone traveled the Medano Pass Primative Road at Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado to Highway 69 in late September in a two wheel drive truck? I don't want to have to haul my M38 that far from S.E. Texas.
I am traveling to Denver for a veterans reunion and want to do some off road...
Reply to the chopper landing: It probably didn't take over 10 minutes to swoop in make a purchase and take off. It was time for a break. On another note, one of them might have had to take a emergency nature break.
Last time I tried to post a photo, the photo did not make it, only the URL address come up. so I am trying to do it again here.
Well it worked, I was doing something wrong. Thanks for posting the tuorial
I intended to link two different photos but I put the same one in twice, it's changed now.
I noticed that when I take a photo of the lights in the dark with flash on, it comes out messed up. So I tried the Red Eye mode with the flash and it came out better.
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