Talk about projecting! Nowhere in my posts do I ever say anything positive about my “abuser” nor do I suggest that anyone else should!
Although my Hot Wheels and Sizzlers are long gone, my mom managed to save some of my first toys. This is where enthusiasm is born.
We are about to take another trip and I thought it would be a good idea to put my favorite top box on the Explorer to gain a little more room. Here’s an example of a Yakima box mounted on factory cross bars (thanks, Jeeden).
That is all.
While I was in Oklahoma, I lost one of my work phones. We use them for collecting data during field inspections. It has our company name and a phone number to call if it’s lost, but we haven’t heard a thing. I put it in lost mode which locks the phone and displays a message with my number on it. Still no calls.
I’d love to know what this guy is putting on top of his car that requires such a large rack. 4x8 sheets of plywood?
Depends on the state. Some states require everyone to sit in the passenger compartment, but if there are more passengers than seats, it is legal to ride in the bed of the truck (presumably sans seat belt). Here’s a nice summary (stolen from iihs):