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Time to show your wood haulers for the 2008-09 season

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by struggle, Oct 14, 2008.

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  1. LLigetfa

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    If that's a vanity plate, the thief was a single white male.

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  2. pelletizer

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    Here is my Wood Hauler taking a break after a hard days work,

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    Why is your cat so fat?
  4. LLigetfa

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    Eating pellets?
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    Well, he has been slacking on the wood hauls lately!
  6. Yamaha_gurl

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    He hauls me and the wood....the bf that is, not the Suzuki :)

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    that can't be you .. on the back of that bike..... it just can't be
  8. Yamaha_gurl

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    It is, 100% swear. You can see in the pic that my leathers are blue, and in my avitar they are black...dyed them. It's fun on the back, he wasn't even going very fast either way, that was an old bike...and slow.
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    Love the depression/recession, what ya can buy today.?? for under 10K

    This will be my wood scrounging vehicle. hmmm.??

    Cost= the whole ball of wax--ac,fog lights,auto tran. bed. liner and on and on.

    Cept-she is so prettry, I don`t know that I want to do any scrounging in this thing?

    This babe cost less than 10k and has less than 28k for milage. and as a Canadian== I am damn proud to have bought a vehicle that was produced in the Twin cities--USA..

    Damn fine Ford Ranger as far as I am concerned.!!

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  10. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

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    That's a nice looking truck !!
  11. bsimon

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    Get 'em while they're still around! I live about a mile from the factory, as the crow flies. They announced the plant closure a couple years ago, but keep extending production; expensive gasoline extended the production life of the lil' trucks.

    I just sold my 99. It was starting to have some electrical issues; plus we have a 2nd child on the way.

    My wood hauler is now a subaru wagon & 4x8 trailer.
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    Here are my current wood hauling devices.

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    wow...... wow........
    the pic is amazing who ever took did a great job!!
    and you 2 look like you are racing professionally.....
    AND a woman that loves bikes... and burns wood!!! most guys on here if they said i want a bike would get an earful!! you would say no thats to slow!!!! YEAH!!!!! GOD BLESS THE 2 OF YOU!!!!
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    These are my wood haulers,,,,,, and the truck.
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  16. leaf4952

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    Here- Here ! Rock on ! I stack it in the trunk of my "eco-car" a 97 Geo Metro (39mpg). Of course thats not how I get the bulk of my wood, but sometimes ya gotta Grab n' Go - right ?
  17. leaf4952

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    Well of course it can be her ! Why wouldn't it be her ? Why do you guys doubt that attractive women burn wood and do active things and yes . . are here on this website ! ! ! !
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    Good to hear from you Leaf, thought you had turned.

    The biker girl photo was questioned because not only must YG be into race bikes, she must also be a girl, she must also be an attractive girl, and she must have an excellent photographer, and she must burn wood, and she must be a wood burning enthusiast. That eliminates the huge majority of the population.

    I have raced off road bikes with maybe one attractive girl in the last 10 years. No photos and no wood burning. She rode a two stroke!
  19. leaf4952

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    Guess some of us girls are just born lucky.
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    I have never - ever - questioned that! :)
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    Amen Brother!!!! :)
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    how we get the split wood hauled:

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    I don't have a photographer, just some dude that was taking pics...lol. And yes, I am the girlest tomboy ever! lol
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    24 yr old trike, rotted plywood trailer, two feet and a heart beat
  25. leaf4952

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    My heart goes out to you. Sometimes I feel like the worlds beatin down on me when I know I gotta do it. I'm old, I'm sick with God knows what, I'm tired, no substantial help. But when I get that bit done that I gotta do...I somehow feel better than if I'd just walked in the house & turned on the electric & worried about the bill. The work keeps my body going...keeps it juiced and running...I believe. To stop & take the easy path would be to lay down & die. I will be 50yrs old next month. I don't look it, feel it, or act like it. I attribute that to my tenacity & determination. Traits you need to be a real woodburner.
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