Friday, November 7, 2014

never fails...














...some idiot just has to tear up my road after a storm.  57,65,53,0,B

14 comments:

M. Silvius said...

A warning sign not to do so, and spike strip buried in the mud would put an end to that quickly.

Rita B. said...

unfortunately there's only one way in and one way out...hope karma gets them.

Dizzy-Dick said...

You can't get away from idiots, even if you move out there in the middle of nowhere.

remmij said...

are the Hankook DynaPro ATMs meeting expectations?

Margery Bills said...

Well at least they did not race in front of you during a blinding rain storm, give you the arm and finger, and then slam on their brakes. Fun, fun, fun.

Rev.jimmyleebob said...

2 schools of thought on that subject.The head or the wallet...less jail time for the wallet method

Dale said...

What is it with little boys and mud?

Harry Flashman said...

My Uncle tried out his brand new four wheel drive by tearing up a farmers plowed field after a rain storm. Then he got stuck in the field, and had to pay the farmer $100.00 to pull him out. I don't think he ever did that again.

bigfoot said...

We did the same number on our road yesterday as we were leaving to head home. No other choice with a 2 wheel drive vehicle. Either keep spinning and keep moving, or slow down and get stuck, and hoof it out. Don't have a hover-craft.
IMHO

justastick said...

Looks like a Mudder's paradise to me

Ronald Mahan said...

Last time I got stuck on the Terlingua Ranch was 1999 - while trying to get back to my cabin. Stuck my 4 wheel drive Ford F250 diesel truck - so bad - it took two wreckers to free it from the mud. Now I know it would have been far cheaper just to walk to my cabin. Never will make that same mistake.

TruthHurts said...

If you don't pay, how can you complain? The rest of us are paying the fees you avoid so that you can have a nice road. Not sure what else to say... deal with it or pay your damn fees.

Pablo said...

This damn JWells does NOT pay fees, we all know, he s a CRAP xx I agree with ThruthHurts posting : If you don't pay, how can you complain? The rest of us are paying the fees you avoid so that you can have a nice road. Not sure what else to say... deal with it or pay your damn fees.

Quercus Lobata said...

Don't you just hate when someone tears up your road? I have the same problem. I can spend a day on the tractor working the 12 miles of dirt road I have to traverse and after one storm+midiot it looks like the picture.