I know it is summer now but this was taken 10/25/2012 in Salt Lake City. Two nites befor we had to turn around going up Santiam Pass in Oregon as we did not have chains. Roads were clear when we left earlier.
Had to unbolt the windshield stanchions when I went to back the trailer into the garage. About 1 1/2 inches to high.
We finally got ourselves moved on June 29th but have to go back sometime for things in storage and T parts I have stored.
Oregon to Fla?
He's retired Ralph. Don't you know all retirees move to the Sunshine state :-)
I'll never be retar'd enough to move to the land of sweat, swat and storms.
There's plenty of sun just across the Cascades from Roseburg where he was.
Yes, but it's a cold sun.
Sure glad you said that, because we have enough people, like you, down here. Who in the h*ll would want to live in Calafunny.
"Who in the h*ll would want to live in Calafunny."
Even though this state's politics stink, I'll bet a lot of you guys think the whole state looks like L.A. or the San Francisco bay area.
Here's where I live, population 600 or so, nearest stop light 10 miles away. No floods, earthquakes, traffic, tornadoes. Not that bad really.
Yep, a lot of California is still beautiful. But that's not what the rest of the country sees on TV.
Hey, guys! We like our preposterous reputation; it keeps the timid flatlanders where they belong.
The Redwoods,Yosemite,and the Cost are nice but so much is so poor the crows carry their lunch! Yes the Imperial Valley is great but like The Red River Valley it's only so big.Bud.
Hey Ralph, I lived in Calif. (except for my Military days), from 1948 to 1997. My step dad and my mom left Cal. in the early 90's, he was born there. He used to refer to himself as a 'California Tax Exile'. I followed them to Florida in 97. My daughter and her husband followed us and left in 2001. Don't worry, you couldn't drag any of us back to 'Governor Moon Beam's state' with a chain.