Thank you cycling. I just felt this was worth mention. Awhile back I committed to a weekend mtn. Bike trip. Little Did I know then how it would change things. I started looking back at the fun I had on a bike. All the friends I made and trips I took. Then I started thinking that this trip would be a lot more fun if I were in some sort of shape. I dropped by www.mtbr.com and browsed thru a few posts. I was so inspired by some of the photography there. I've mounted new brakes on my bike, I've put on new wheels also. I'm excited again. I've quit drinking pop, started looking hard at how much sugar is going in my body. I've nixed caffeine altogether. That's a hard one. The wake up call was how hard it was on the second day thou. Man did that hurt.
So thank you cycling for making me look at myself.
Well were too far out in the sticks to call it ghetto. So it's gotta be redneck. Here's my efforts in creating a field for my kids and friends. The closest "actual" field is 2 hours away. We have played at my parents farm for years. The corrals have been empty for about 20 years. In the past we just used natural cover, two dead cars, a few spools and some misc pallets for cover. Nothing much more then that. Well this year another of my boys started playing. We made the yearly trip to SPE and he's hooked. So once we got home he got the bug to play again. We started looking at where to put up a structured field, what we had for supplies and what money we had to work with. Well very little money, however all the free pallets we could get our hands on. So we hauled out three trailer loads of pallets, left over plywood and started building. We cleaned up first by pulling out all of the old barb wire, hog panels and wood gates out. Nothing like finding a old roll of barbwire on that long slide into the snake. Once that was done we hauled in old feed bunks to make up the snakes. Set some fence posts to keep them there, then started on making all the pallet V's. The pallet v's got a outside coating of galvanized tin. All from panels that had blown down from the original wind break. Add a few old spools, a trunk lid from a 68 olds and were in good to go.
There is still a lot of space between bunkers but it's a start. I have enough pallets for seven more V's, tires for more tall stacks and a few other things I can add in cheap.