M C Toyer wrote:I think it is a great idea - if only I weren't 1500 miles away.
But, going back to visit my father's and grandparent's home in Rupert is on my bucket list so maybe I will make the trip. Might even bring my sister, Coeur d'Alene, who has never been to her namesake.
Wolffarmer wrote:Steve, it has the power and traction. How much ground clearance? If you take it easy you will not need much more than the usual street car. But it is not "Low Rider" country out there.
We will not be traveling to fast out there so HP is not a big issue as long as you have the gears.
Wolffarmer wrote:Steve. That should be enough clearance as there is no need to drive like we are making an auto commercial. A real spare tire would be better than a temporary tire. But in all the trips I have made out there I have only had one flat. It was winter and plenty of snow. I was about 20-30 miles from the nearest other human ( no phone and nobody knew I was out there ) and with the snow hiding obstacles I ripped the side wall open on a rock. Fortunately my spare worked and I made it home. In all we should not be more than 2 hours from a repair shop, unless it is Sunday. So You should be good.
Wolffarmer wrote:Super. You planning on a teardrop or a trailer?
I have a Shower/changing room/porta pot holder. Any suggestions on a porta pot for it?
Wolffarmer wrote:Tony. I been trending along that way. I got or can get lots of buckets and who really needs the seat?
I imagine the Expedition will be coed and my knees do not like squatting behind a bush these days. It can be a bit undignified. I would like to get a 7 gallon bucket, the handicapped model.
Wolffarmer wrote:That is one victim, er participant.
Will you be with any SO's?
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