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Old 04-03-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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Default Beach + Truck +fun. Pic's of my new toy.

Having some fun on the beach in our new toy. Awhile back I posted pictures of my project truck here are some shots if you want to check it in action. Sorry about the size I'm not sure how to make them smaller. Feel free to do this if any of you know how.

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Old 04-03-2011, 06:27 PM   #2
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you can have your truck on the beach?
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Old 04-03-2011, 06:31 PM   #3
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you can have your truck on the beach?
Yep there are three beaches here in Oregon that you can drive on. It's pretty sweet. 65 mph is like your floating on clouds.


This on is Bob Straud state park. It's at Pacific City Oregon.
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Old 04-03-2011, 06:44 PM   #4
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awesome man, looks like a lot of fun
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Old 04-03-2011, 06:52 PM   #5
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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx

Microsoft power tools pic resizer is your friend ...

Just install then right click on the images icon and pick resize outa the list "it adds resize to where cut and paste is when you right click on a pic" ....
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yea you def gotta resize those. imageshack works too for resizing.
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Old 04-03-2011, 07:05 PM   #7
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that looks like funny.
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Way to trash the environment man!
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I figured his gas pedal got stuck and he couldn't stop.

It was a Toyoda after all.






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Old 04-03-2011, 08:21 PM   #11
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I figured his gas pedal got stuck and he couldn't stop.

It was a Toyoda after all.






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Ahhhh... The Oregon Coast... would like to live there someday.
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Yeah it's pretty awesome. I have to enjoy it now because we are moving to CO this fall.
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Two places I would like to live are CO and Oregon Coast/Western Oregon. Right now I am stuck in sh**ty, sh**ty florida...
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Two places I would like to live are CO and Oregon Coast/Western Oregon. Right now I am stuck in sh**ty, sh**ty florida...
I've lived in Washington State and Colorado and very much looking forward to moving to Florida in a month.

I just never could get used to West Coast folks and Colorado was nice but... just... different.
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Looks like a good reason to be outdoors!

Oh, and driving on the beach is nowhere near "trashing the environment". Don't listen to the nutzoid haters.
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I've lived in Washington State and Colorado and very much looking forward to moving to Florida in a month.

I just never could get used to West Coast folks and Colorado was nice but... just... different.
Well, have fun with that. I can't wait to get OUT.

Love the West, and cannot wait to get back. It will come soon enough.

There's not too much nice I can say about florida. Yeah, you could say I'm a little jaded...

Grew up in Colorado, and miss the west, the mountains and the clean air.


Different strokes for different folks, I guess...
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Well, have fun with that. I can't wait to get OUT.

Love the West, and cannot wait to get back. It will come soon enough.

There's not too much nice I can say about florida. Yeah, you could say I'm a little jaded...

Grew up in Colorado, and miss the west, the mountains and the clean air.


Different strokes for different folks, I guess...
I can believe that if you grew up there, nowhere else is the same. Such unique areas. Gotta say goodbye to the nice weather though.
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I can believe that if you grew up there, nowhere else is the same. Such unique areas. Gotta say goodbye to the nice weather though.
Yep I really can't see moving out of the west coastish area. Most east coasters I meat have a chip on there shoulders.
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Yep I really can't see moving out of the west coastish area. Most east coasters I meat have a chip on there shoulders.
The West Coasters do too. I think that its common everywhere.

If you want to go somewhere laid back, go to Berkeley or Santa Cruz, CA. Austin, TX is pretty awesome too.
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The West Coasters do too. I think that its common everywhere.

If you want to go somewhere laid back, go to Berkeley or Santa Cruz, CA. Austin, TX is pretty awesome too.
You couldn't pay me enough to live in Texas. When you can taste the air I have no need to be there.
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You couldn't pay me enough to live in Texas. When you can taste the air I have no need to be there.
Texas is extremely diverse in terms of ecology. There is plenty of open fresh air. If you lived outside of Austin, you'd be plenty happy if you enjoy the outdoors.

The only problem is that it is very hot in the summer.

But in terms of culture, outdoors activity, taxes, work, etc, its tough to beat Texas. If we had the weather of San Francisco, I'd never want to leave.
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Texas is extremely diverse in terms of ecology. There is plenty of open fresh air. If you lived outside of Austin, you'd be plenty happy if you enjoy the outdoors.

The only problem is that it is very hot in the summer.

But in terms of culture, outdoors activity, taxes, work, etc, its tough to beat Texas. If we had the weather of San Francisco, I'd never want to leave.
To paraphrase (and modify a bit) an old wise man (or a movie), "The problem with Texas... is it's full of Texans."
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To paraphrase (and modify a bit) an old wise man (or a movie), "The problem with Texas... is it's full of Texans."
Texas is quite diverse. We have large indian, mexican, german, czech, creole, central american, puerto rican, and anglo cultural influences.
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