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    They boys have an ATV too. I picked up a pair of chinese Polaris knockoffs with 100cc 2 strokes for $200. One has 50psi compression the other I got running. The low compression one I will fix here soon. They love that shit. My little mechanic fixing the steering bushing And then getting it muddy
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    How to get in trouble: Following an off-road route downloaded from the internet, the whole day was a leisurely drive on dirt roads and ended up with a 4-foot deep ravine. I spent almost an hour trying to get out of that.
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    Mila's first fishing trip. At a local pond they stock for the kids.
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    Hi guys I’m back to show you a few pics of my install. Focal es100k in front doors Focal subs under the front seats Soon to be replaced by a pair of midbass. Audison AP 8.9 bit : hard to set up but easy to install in this car. 2 Demons 10” in a 2.6 ft3 ported box. non an Ampere Audio 1200.
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    Precook and freeze your proteins. Can even do this with the eggs. Will take the necessary stove requirements down to almost nothing. I managed to eat gourmet meals in the woods for a week this way using just my camp stove. When I say camp stove, I mean a stove that fits into a small pan and runs on white gas. ie, here I am making some donuts in the woods for the family Heating up sous vide chicken tacos Making pancakes with wild picked berries 3 minute fry on sous vide breakfast sausage It was SUPER easy. Before the sous vide I did it all fresh. Now I sous vide and freeze our meals and just have to flash fry them. I do a lot with a pan in the fire as well. As for what you should do, again it needs to come down to exactly what you plan to make and then I can tell you what I'd do.
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    Did a bit of work on the garage layout to make sure all the stuff fits and I can ask the architect for spots for the lift and the work ditch. That stove looking thing should be the drill press
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    Icon 12 2.25 cuft @ 35 Hz
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    We have 3 boys. Ages 4, 9, 12. Boat can get really busy. Generally try to take them out one at a time if I can, so there aren't arguments. Lucky for us, my in-laws camp same place as us, so Nana can babysit... Here's the youngest, oldest, and the wife all enjoying some good fishing.
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    Hey Sean, here's my 9 year old with one he reeled in this past summer.
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    I was too busy catching that day to take pictures. Was insane. Put more than 100 bass in the boat in less than 2 hours.
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    Yeah, as soon as the news girl saw it, it was on. I asked her if she had a tree she needed saved, and she told me, "a forest full." It was awesome and scary at the same time.
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    Trunk is done, rear deck and doors next.
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    Got a little chilly last night so I let the sheets sit in the sun this morning.
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    Looks like Ill be busy this weekend
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    Like Sean said, all a super expensive lock will do in a residential setting is ensure a broken window or door jamb. A true thief will break in, the lock is the least of their worries. Most homes have some of the shittiest hardware ever securing their doors. Take my house for example. When i bought it, the entry doors had the shitty 1/2 factory screws in its hinges that would have came with the being pre-hung. The metal jamb plate had the same 1/2 screws holding it on. Any full grown man could kick the door in, despite it being a metal door with a deadbolt... Quick upgrade to a better deadbolt (longer, with a hardened rod through it) replace the 1/2 inch cheapy screws with 3.5 inch lags that go through the frame for both the door and the jamb plate and now it'll take more than a single boot to open. Instead, a thief will just pry/break a window to get in... If they want it, they'll find a way.
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    Overthinking it IMO. Locks keep honest people away, thieves have other ways of entry. Your back door is super private and ultra easy for someone to just blast through if they want. I'd get a Google or wireless lock and call it a day.
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    He needs to stay in his wheelhouse. As a bar athlete doing his calisthenics, he's impressive. That said, I quite dislike him too. But that's my personal opinion, and in no way meant to influence anyone else. As with any "fitness YouTuber/celebrity" you get good and bad. Take the good from the ones you like, but leave the bad. No one's perfect. I personally like and follow Steve Shaw - Bend the Bar Man. But also realize, he's not for everyone. Do I agree with everything he preaches? No, but I take what I like and can use.
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    The one in the fron tof the canoe with my wife is 9. Other 11. Hands are full now ... but considering what is going on in the world we are good.
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    @Second Skin thanks for the great poduct, it was quite easy to apply. Trunk is solid now
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    The best way to be ready is to be prepared. Saturday is going to be a long day, steps one and two are complete. Most of the trunks interior has been removed and wiped down with denatured alcohol, it should be dry after another wipe down on Saturday morning. All the interior sheet metal is prepped and clean.