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RobBob

What's in your SUV?

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Question for this morning... What's in the back of your SUV? A quick inventory of my GMC 'Bourbon shows:

 

1 Walrus 4-season tent

1 Mtn bike w/ flat tire

1 backpack

1 old fleece jacket

1 roll duct tape

2 flashlights (one needs new batt)

1 toolbox

2 marine batteries

2 kids' lifejackets

assorted stuff/junk

 

It's like a closet that you can take with you! cool.gif

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oh great! that's the last thing I need. One more fucking thing to store shit in, and have to clean out later tongue.gif

 

I think I would prefer a TR6 wink.gif

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a bicycle pump

a 1500 lb comealong

sleeping bag and pillow

motor oil, transmission fluid

candy

odd pieces of oak flooring left over from a job

spare tire off my stolen minivan (can use on rear of truck only)

Beckman 110B Pump (for High Pressure Liquid Chromatography)

Carpet fragment

Wisk broom

 

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1.5 ton come-along, shovel, tire chains, snow scraper and brushes, 15' square plastice tarp, water, food, space and wool blankets, gloves, 12 volt airpump, and a wrist-rocket slingshot.

 

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I thought the P in HPLC was for "performance"? confused.gif Been awhile since I was doing any organic chemistry though. And I like it that way cantfocus.gif

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I knew I couldn't stay Ms. Adobe Illustrator for long!

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jumpers

half-eaten pbj sandwich

tevas

3 pair sox - wondered where they were

beer can bong - oops, better lose that one

seeds

some wine that I give to customers

emergency shit

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In the back of the PU: 1 whisk broom head, pair of neoprene waders, a duck decoy my friend shot last weekend and sunk (dumbass), some firewood, empty shotgun shells, 3 come-alongs, and some 8mm perlon cord.

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hahaha, Ryland that's funny. One of my dogs used to insist on retrieving the deaks. I'd set them and the lunkhead would move them or try to bring them in. smile.gif

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lessee,

 

milk crate full of random shit I use for field sampling

duffle bag with rain gear, boots, hard hat

tire chains, jumper cable, tow strap, fire extinguisher, 1st aid - the usual

beaten up atlas and Washington Gazetteer

Prism designs 'Fanatic' kite

cheater stick

toy salamandar and beanie baby chameleon (spirit animals?)

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How about when yr dog snags a decoy line or two on the way in with a duck in his mouth? That's always good to shuffle the decoys...

 

add to my list: jumper cables & emerg stuff, 2-50' extension cords, 100' of line for boat.

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In the back of the Amazing Subaru:

 

- some tools

- Torx driver for factory roof rack screws

- (2)9' and (2)15' cam-buckle straps

- big piece of chintzy plastic sheeting for the tire change or whatever

 

and in the passenger area:

 

- (3) ice scrapers

- US of A road atlas

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Any bets on what Danno had for lunch?

 

no, but it looks like he's ready to serve up some cream of mushroom soup for ya. hahaha.gif

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