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RickLafayette

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ShootingArts

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I like that box! I had one that did absolutely nothing. My fifty-seven Chevy I started dirt tracking with was about as aerodynamic as a tank, less than some! I opened up things in the front and rear then cut away everything on the passenger side and built a huge wind tunnel leaving me a cockpit to sit in to drive. . One day I was bored sitting around the gas station and made a box about that size made out of sheet aluminum. It was well shaped and with rivets every inch and a half or less no way anyone was going to see into it. Then I riveted it on top of the wind tunnel in the 57. The more I told other dirt trackers it was just an empty box the less they believed me. I found people crawling over under around and through the car!

After a month or six weeks things had quieted down so I drilled out the pop rivets, drilled a small hole in the box, another in the wind tunnel, and twisted a red wire and a blue wire together, fourteen gauge to look right. I tied a knot in the wires inside the box, another knot where the wires went in the hole in the top of the wind tunnel. No amount of anything but the most violent pulling was getting those wires out! Here we go again on a Saturday night! Lasted three or four weeks then I took the box off to let it remain a mystery to most people. Sometimes you just have to make your own fun!

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I have many small bags with one or two nuts, bolts, and washers in them. Living fifteen miles from the hardware store I always allow for that one dropped or lost in various manners.

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Owning a sailboat was the reason I bought my first SUV. The boat was kept about 10 miles from my home. I worked on it for 2 1/2 years before putting it in the water. No matter how much I planned ahead, some need would come up unexpectedly that required a tool or part I didn’t bring with me. So I bought a vehicle that would let me carry around all of my hand tools and small parts all the time. I got a lot more done after that.
 

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I was in an awkward position at someone's home and ate a little bit of possum once. It was greasy and nasty so I never repeated the experiment. I don't know if it was the cook or what they were working with. I ate some half grown coon and found it quite tasty! When it comes to critters, I have eaten most things that were available. One road trip I ate buffalo, elk, and moose. The elk was cooked by somebody that knew how and ranked with the best beef I have ever eaten.

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If you ever get the chance to try beaver, it's great! I don't know if there's a special way to cook it, but a guy I work with brought some in a slow cooker that had bbq sauce and was served like pulled pork. It tasted like some of the most tender and flavorful beef that one could imagine. Really great eating. Most people didn't want to eat it, but many came back for a full sandwich once they got the courage to try a little nibble.
 

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If you ever get the chance to try beaver, it's great! I don't know if there's a special way to cook it, but a guy I work with brought some in a slow cooker that had bbq sauce and was served like pulled pork. It tasted like some of the most tender and flavorful beef that one could imagine. Really great eating. Most people didn't want to eat it, but many came back for a full sandwich once they got the courage to try a little nibble.
Who would have thought a man could eat beaver?!
 
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