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Old 10-26-2010, 11:09 AM
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Kansas fun in the sun

heres a thread for yall to post pics of outdoor fun in kansas ill get her going.it can be anything from camping to four wheelin to working on the farm.lets see this beautiful state.

p.s. disregard the toyota in the pics,its what i had at the time....damn lemon....or the driver oneKansas fun in the sun-img00197-20090605-2055.jpg

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I don't have any pictures of my ugly mug with the rig, usually I just snap pics of it in all its glory...

For the record, my avatar picture was taken in Missouri, and if you couldn't guess from the sand....and the hill.... the picture in my sig wasn't taken in KS either.
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Old 10-26-2010, 12:23 PM
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lol well i think you better find some ks pics,maybe some of that so called work you do so much of with your truck
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lol well i think you better find some ks pics,maybe some of that so called work you do so much of with your truck
haha. well the money making work is just lugging mowers around, not to interesting and not fun in the sun either. I enjoy it though.

As far as farm work, thats in Missouri, but I've got a few pictures of that here somewhere and can get more if Missouri is ok. I've wanted to get a picture of all of the fords, my truck and the tractors.

I'll be spending more time in Manhattan this winter since work will be kind of dead, so I should be able to get some fun in the snow pictures in KS. I'll have to remind myself to, I don't take a lot of pictures.
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Old 10-26-2010, 12:29 PM
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yea im the same way.missouri is fine i just thought i would steal an idea from jeff(one of his few good ones) and start a pic thread.anyway whatever works.
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yea im the same way.missouri is fine i just thought i would steal an idea from jeff(one of his few good ones) and start a pic thread.anyway whatever works.


I'll see what I can dig up. I've got 2 cell phones worth of pictures on my computer, and very few of them are of the truck like I said. Plus my older phone is mostly my old truck, but thats fun in the sun too i suppose. At least its a ford:
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Old 10-26-2010, 12:41 PM
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lol well i retired the taco after the eng slung a rod...supposedly to water in the intake....but thats another thread topic.
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lol well i retired the taco after the eng slung a rod...supposedly to water in the intake....but thats another thread topic.
I had a ranger and it was an absolute beast. I had waaaaay too much weight behind that thing dozens of times in 2 years and it never failed me. I like my current beast a helluva lot more though
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My last truck was a Ranger, I bought it in June 2003 and just sold it this past August with 180,000 on it. Never a problem, and I wasn't easy on it by any means.

Here is a picture of it on the trails (well in the parking lot anyway) at KS Rocks ORV Park near Fort Scott last fall.

I don't have any good pictures of the powerstroke doing anything but sitting in the driveway.


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