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Wheeling Topics / Re: What camp shower and toilet are you using?
« on: October 28, 2015, 10:35:11 AM »
The "Lugabble Loo" is horrifying to use for anyone other than direct family, and even then it's really awful.
I can't imagine the group you're with every using this bucket that someone else just used - but then maybe you're all closer friends than I would be.  ; >)

We took our "Porta-Potti" for just my wife and I to use on the Rubicon, and then turned out we didn't even need it.  Plenty of toilets in route on the Rubicon!

Aloha Pastorwug

Congrats on passing the test & getting Ur call sign ! !
Now U just need to get on the air.   👍
Yup, working on that, thankfully there is a local Prepper guy that knows all this Ham stuff and is going to get me setup with a radio.
I'll be on soon.   ;D

Again, the FT-8800 is a good choice. I like mine and most of the local ARES/RACES operators I know have more than one. If your goal is to just use 2 meter, then I would lean more towards the FT-2900. It is only 2 meter, plenty of memory, puts out 75 watts and the cost is comparable to a high end CB rig, about $150 or less on most websites. If your goal is more than 2 meter and have 70 cm (440) dual band monitor and cross band repeating, then go with the FT-8800

I do plan on staying on 2m the most but I like the fact that the face can be removed and that it is expandable for the future.  I appreciate your help.

Just got mine today:


Blessings friends!

Thanks for the added info!

Love this info because I just passed my Technician exam last Saturday and now looking for a good 2m radio.  Pretty sure I'll get the 8800 because my local Prepper guys strongly suggest it and they have a Ham guru that will set it ll up for me (big help) here in Santa Maria.

Land Use / Public Service / Re: Strawberry Lake Toilet 10/24/15
« on: October 18, 2015, 03:11:05 PM »
Was just up there a couple of weeks ago, wish we could help.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: Dusy Ershim 2015 Trip report
« on: October 05, 2015, 06:50:34 PM »
Great pics - we were just there at the end of Sept - I did a wedding at Shaver Lake after wheeling.
Here's my wife and our rig on the Dusy.

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: Pismo Nov 6-8
« on: October 05, 2015, 06:37:22 PM »
I'll come looking for you guys since we just live in Santa Maria!  Look for the only group on Oceano not blotto on beer?

Self Introductions / Re: New Member - Old Pastor
« on: October 01, 2015, 09:49:38 PM »
Welcome !!!! If you can make the Pastor Run on Oct.3rd it would be a good time meet you and your family.

Men's Retreat that weekend, but maybe next time.

Self Introductions / Re: New Member - Old Pastor
« on: September 16, 2015, 04:54:54 PM »
2011 JKUR in Stone White
ORE 4 inch lift with 2.5" King Res shocks
couple of custom drivelines
37" Toyos on Method Racing wheels
Rock Hard 4X4 Sport Cage
CB - channel 16
PS hood louvers painted stone white
various off road lights
PS front bumper with hoop
bunch of other stuff

I just turned 64, so getting old but still plenty of umph
Love what I do, couldn't do anything else and likely will until I pass
2 grown kids
8 grandkids

Happy wife with a great life

Let's Go Wheeling! / Re: Bring a Pastor/Friend Run
« on: September 16, 2015, 06:19:36 AM »
WOW!  To go with other Pastors would be awesome - but we have our Men's Retreat that weekend.
Hopefully next time!

Prayer Request / Re: Jane Friesen
« on: September 16, 2015, 06:15:54 AM »
I've seen these posters over here on the Central Coast - I hope she has been found.
Into Your hands O Lord we pray.

Self Introductions / New Member - Old Pastor
« on: September 16, 2015, 06:00:05 AM »
Hello folks, we are new to this family of 4X4 folks and want to introduce ourselves some.
We live in Santa Maria where we have been Pastoring our church for the past 23 years.
We previously lived in Hanford (Central Valley) where we Pastored in three different churches.
We have owned our JKUR Jeep since 2011 and have two payments left!!!
Our love for the off-road was really born from owning Jeeps in the past.  It will be nice to join with other off-roaders who are Christians instead of drunks.

Blessings to all of you and thanks for the add to the Forum.

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