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Old 08-17-2014, 05:02 PM
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Nice trailer, where in Pa did you go? Have done lots of 4 wheeling in pa . Know of some nice places to ride.
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Here's some of mine working. Don't think I have been here long enough to post pics...

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Cool pics. Its just wierd to see these rigs in Europe, and with the american rv trailers to boot. I wouldnt have thought there would be that much demand on that side of the pond. Usually go for smaller vehicles with better mpg and whatnot, just wierd to see our big pickups over there. Keep on keeping on....
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What you say is correct. However there are more and more appearing and I'm doing my best to promote them!! More campgrounds are starting to cater for the larger RVs. A lot of people use them more as park trailers and have them sited more or less permanently. You hardly see any on the road. Whenever I move them, it's usually accompanied by lots of cameras, thumbs up, approving comments, wondering stares etc! People love them but are put off by the size of them. The biggest combinations (40' trailer 20' truck) are the same size as the European rigs, so some smaller roads and campground access can be a bit tricky. I don't have any problem with them. For me, I love the F350s and the trailers.
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20 ton of "field stones" hauled in for a landscaping idea of the wife's. 200 miles, $150 trailer rental, and my damn-near broke back later...she doesn't like the look after all

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I done see HER lifting any rocks, whats up with that
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That stone probably wasn't cheap either. 20 tons must have been a few trips. I have a 14k dump and it only holds 5 ton.
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believe me, it's better that she was far away during this...she would not have approved of my language thru most of the day and i would have probably killed her for suggesting exactly where she wanted specific rocks
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Rent a machine next time, save your back. I got a bunch of boulders from a friend and placed them with a machine in no time. Then you could've surrounded her car with them after she didn't like them. Ha.
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Rent a machine next time, save your back. I got a bunch of boulders from a friend and placed them with a machine in no time. Then you could've surrounded her car with them after she didn't like them. Ha.
I have an ex wife that I wanted to put rocks on top of her car....with her in it lol. I built the house we lived in myself and worked the last month with a blown appendix while she stayed with her dad and when she saw the house after I was finished she told me I looked skinny and needed to go to the gym. I had lost 30 lbs and hadn't eaten in weeks. At least I got to use my sd to pack all of her stuff and throw it out in a parking lot for her to pick up
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^^but he's not bitter, lol!
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^^but he's not bitter, lol!
Not at all lol. We got married young and she ended up being severely bi polar and schizophrenic and refused help. She tried to kill me several times the last couple of months we were together. Stabbed me with scissors for doing her laundry, tried to shoot me with my pistol for washing her car(i never kept it loaded) and ran our car into oncoming traffic for no reason. Normal crazy would have left me bitter, this kind of crazy left me feeling sorry for her.

What are you planning on doing with the stones? Other than not burying your wife
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