This summer I became the coordinator for the Northern Arizona Pollinator Habitat Initiative (NAZHPI). I’ve been giving out seed packets, educating people on the importance of bees & butterflies, and drafting some cool documents.
Hey everybody. Sorry I haven’t been too active over here this year- I didn’t work on my custom projects or post much. But it’s not looking to improve for some time; I’m starting grad school full time a week from today.
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I had taken delivery of the fatbike only a 36 days prior, and was already crossing a frozen river to explore concrete ruins and abandoned cars with my riding buddy.
All hail the model Hot Wheels should have made in the first place! I am still waiting for a good recolor, but in the mean time check this baby out.
Boo is not a 61 Chevy, but I like the quote so much that I’m calling it close enough.
I’ve been working a lot on a big project about to be revealed. Without giving it away, here is a sneak peek freebie. Grab the FREE full size image from my website below!
This is a 1965-68 Cony (コニー) 360 Wide (AF11) with a camper shell. It appears to wear California plates, being one of very few of the 354cc trucks officially brought into the US. There is no more information from the source.
Fellow Cony (コニー*) lovers will be delighted to know that some other crazy person has made folded paper versions of the 360 Wide, AA27, AF3, AF7, and Guppy. Print them out, fold them up and enjoy!
What if Greenbrier, but tiny?
1980 Chevy K30 Scottsdale dually bush fire truck. 10/10
2015 Framed Mini-Sota | 1965 Ford F-100
Is anyone else APAL’d at how much they like this hideous Volkswagen?
Trailer hitch is trashed. Wish I had money to develop a better one.
I think it went well. I just followed the service manual instructions for idle mix and idle speed, and it was finished in no time. Basically:
I finally got to volunteer at a MTB trail maintenance day! After literally riding 2,000' up Mt. Elden, I got to observe a USFS guy split this big rock that had fallen onto the hairpin turn. Video below.
I recently designed these for the Old Car Memes page. I think they came out really well! Check em out...
Instead of an exhaust-leaky burble it now has a subtle (but finally quiet) putputput. Sounds quaint, but that’s ok. It’s an old truck.
Today it’s laughable to think that a vehicle should be built for one purpose and nothing more, but that’s the market we live in. Safety and efficiency are good to shoot for, but many of us pine for a time when we could buy something downright agricultural from a car dealership and take it anywhere with nothing but …
Monsoons have started, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still fire danger. Don’t get too stoked to shred the gnar; your tire might ignite more than some sick flow, dude.