Not Nearly Kirby's Experience

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  1. royinidaho

    royinidaho Writers Guild

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    While Kirby was tooling around with his pretty blond......I was stuck with a LTB son-in-law and a super hacker grandson 3 1/2 yo. Oh yeah, LTB = Less Than Bright.:D

    First he stuck us in the only piece of snow that could be found on the road.:rolleyes:

    Note the piece of tree used for a pry. I could hardly lift it. He waved it around as though it were a 2 by.

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    Then after the 20 min. trip up and 2 hour return, yep the short cut idea was mine, the rig runs out of gas on the Rez. 3 miles from home.:rolleyes:

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    Was fun any way!

    Sure would have felt more secure with some Spam stashed in the rig instead of chips and pepsi!!
     
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  2. winmag

    winmag Well-Known Member

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    Doggonit Roy, Im gonna have to pee BEFORE I read your posts from now on. Great pics tho. That grand kid of yours looks like he's tough enough to have fun when daddy makes a mistake.:D Hmmmmm............... I wonder what my father-in-law says about me when I do stuff like that............ To me its always an adventure. He thinks a little different than I do. Must have something to do with that ''YOUTH AND EXUBERANCE VS. OLD AGE AND TREACHERY'' thing. Since your OLD, Ill ask you........... how did you old and treacherous guys get the ''treachery'' part with out being in those same shoes at one time or another:D.
     

  3. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like the elder better do the driving from now on.:)
     
  4. FEENIX

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    L:DL!
     
  5. Moman

    Moman Well-Known Member

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    That's a great story Roy. Speaking of LTB, I once had a new guy here at the firehouse mop the kitchen floor. He mopped himself into a corner and stood there while the floor dried.
     
  6. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Dah, he could have just mopped behind himself on the way out...too funny.
     
  7. Fiftydriver

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    Looks like he has some pretty nice wheels and rubbers on that rig, tell him to spend another $500 and get one of those "Get your A$$ out of trouble" tools like I have on the front of the Brute Force!!! LOL

    All that said, its those outing that you never forget and while it probably was not all that funny when it happened, it will be soon when you think back on it!!!