Well, I mostly gauage these things by price, and understand I'm not looking to buy now, I'm just wanting a contact so that I can keep an eye on things.
I've seen some ranches that were 2,500 acres go for under a million, and then some that were 700 go for 2.5 million, so I just want to keep an eye on things for now, ranches are a bit volatile these days, plus there is this emphasis on locale, which I don't think is AS big a deal as it is made out to be.
In the last 15 years,,, we got anywhere from 2 to 17 feet for the winter.
It can take days to drop a few inches,,, or hours to drop a few feet. You just never really know.
Four-wheel drive is almost a must,,, as the road department rarely works OT and almost never on Sundays. So if we have a good dump over the weekend,,, it can be hard to get to town if ya gotta be there early!!!
Bring on the snow!!! I'm hoping to see the white stuff over the weekend. We're right in the Puget Sound Convergence Zone and the weather Gods are saying we could get an accumulation of a couple inches. I say bring it!!!!!
Well at least you have something big so when you crash into other people you won't get hurt :P Last year was my first time driving in snow and i had a little 88 ranger so it was interesting. I parked my truck in my yard so it wouldn't get hit and in the morning i called my boss and said i couldn't get it back out. Then a few more hours of sleep and i went out warmed the truck up backed it out of the yard and went to an empty parking lot and learned how to counter steer and when to brake etc. I also had my accident prone friend riding in the bed while doing doughnuts so it was fun.I have yet to drive the bronco but i know it will be a bit more difficult cause it is an auto so i won't really be able to control it as well as a 5spd. but i should still have a grand old time
Very nice very nice. I just spent $954 on new 35's for my truck and haven't really done anything with them except drive to work and back. the got a little mud from the local mud pit thing but that isn't really much, i need to find a real place to go.