How we evaded the weather still eludes us, but I guess it was well deserved after our Utah trip a few years back. We hit pavement days before the bottom dropped out of the sky and our home was an island amidst all the flooding. Matter of fact, we were snoozing in Mojave when the first drops began to fall at home, and they never quite caught up with us.
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I worked my ass off to get where I am today, and everything I buy I need it to earn its keep. There is not any room disposable goods. But therein arises a problem - quality goods that are built to last are really expensive, and there are many goods that are labeled as premium brands that aren’t exactly all that durable either
Your cheap eBay special LED Light bar sucks, and here is why.
I carry an assortment of things in my person on any given day. I have an interesting set of requirements that constantly changes as I am part of the US Armed Forces, a father, registered Badass and I work for the Rail Road. With this part though, I’ll feature two items I use frequently; The Classic Luminox dive watch, and the Pocket Tool X Brewzer.
This is a three part article, because there is simply too much going on here to put into one coherent article, but I’ll start with what makes this string of articles possible, the owner of Moab Offroad – Max Dollinger
The air we breath is composed of four major gases: 78.09% Nitrogen, 20.95% Oxygen, 0.93% Argon, and 0.039% Carbon Dioxide. The last few percentage points are divvied up amongst other gases that float around. That 21% of Oxygen in the air is the catalyst for so many things. It brings life to us as breath, and is half of a molecule of water, which brings life to every corner of the planet and shapes the very surface us outdoor lovers trek over.
The greatest gift I have ever received is being able to see. I have seen so much beauty on this planet, from the Fall colors in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, to the first moments of my daughters life.