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4/16/2022 07:29:07 pm
When I ran around on the Galveston beaches years ago, we called tires like those with aggressive treads GRAVE DIGGERS .
4/16/2022 08:02:47 pm
Yeah, they can dig a hole mighty fast in sand if you don't know what you're doing. I've always been a big believer in copying people that know what they're doing. Up in northern Florida in the Panhandle they have a lot of sandy soil that's very easy to get stuck in. I used to do some turkey hunting up there, and without proper tires you don't go very far. The way to avoid that is to use whatever tires the local farmers and ranchers are using, they drive off road every day for a living and know what works. For a beach I would copy whatever tires the serious surf fishermen are wearing. And for elephant Butte... I stay off the beach.
4/16/2022 08:14:08 pm
Quite a spectacular sunrise. That sort of thing is rare around here, very. My closest personal encounter with one was outside of Taos. Thought I would expire. Wondeful...the light all round, as well as the stunning display in the sky.
4/16/2022 09:34:29 pm
Thank you, Judith, that sunrise was a good one. I do enjoy being here at Elephant Butte, it's a good place to spend a couple of weeks.
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