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Old 12-11-2006, 12:04 AM
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Red face where tha ford fanatics at??

So first off anyone out there in the atlantic provinces who likes to dig trenches in the mud?? I know when i lived there that was my main hobby!! The Lions Club in Stanley NB used to have a summer mud pit competition, lots 'o kegs flowing it was a great time, big mud pit, lots of local trucks, back then i ran a chevy, that was before i became a Ford fanatic, Now living in California I climb mountains, rage USFS roads and tackle sand dunes in my Bronco, but i have to say i miss those days getting stuck in the woods in my old truck, and having to call my buddy with a skidder to come pull me out w/his tree hauling chains, now i know better and the Ford i built DOESN'T GET STUCK!! so let me know when and where next summer and i'll bring tha Cali goodies and we'll have a good 'ol time!!
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I wouldn't hold my breath for a response..... its pretty dead around here, however your bronco sounds like a sweet rig.
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