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Bigger truck!! Part 1c

Well, I had room for all of the stuff I needed to take but I wasn't going to have room to bring home all of the stuff I am going to kill so I traded the Toyota in on a bigger truck. It has more horsepower and runs off of the new gasahol. You just pull in to any cornfield and refuel it.

I hope to make the Shades state park at Crawfordsville, Indiana tomorrow night, then Tuesday will be at one of the SRA between Lincoln and Grand Island Nebraska and arrive in Antelope Unit 32 below Casper on Wednesday and perhaps camp at Pathfinder Reservoir.

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    Them bells over the back of the horses are gonna spook the antelope. Drive slow.
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    I wonder what all those bells were for? Great picture!
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