Lots of walking back to the Cruiser as I ran errands, went for a ride, played tennis…. good day!
The Land Cruiser radio died and was so broke, it stayed on even without a key. I had to take it apart to this stage to see what I was dealing with….
Here is how far you have to go to replace the radio. I just got the cheapest radio at Walmart. Thanks Clay for helping me!
Have you ever seen a FZJ80 Land Cruiser on 40 inch tires?
Olde North State Cruisers Christmas party included a day of trail maintenance.
A Dirty Santa swap – I lost 3 prizes in the event….
Toyotas with lights, my weak attempt is upper left.
Sam and I went camping with the Olde North State Land Cruiser club, like every outing with them, no one went hungry!
A busy day, left at sun up to deliver my brother’s head, as long as I was there, might as well get new tires.
Go bigger or go home. After a buffet at my favorite BBQ place in South Carolina, I took the back roads home…
I took a bunch of dirt roads to see where they went and test the new tires ability to 4 wheel drive drift.
Finally stopped at Cheraw State Park to mountain bike.
A good day!
A head for my brother’s Land Cruiser.
Deb, Sam and I joined friends from the Olde North State Land Cruiser club for a weekend run on forest service roads in North Carolina and Tennessee. The club’s unofficial slogan is a drinking club with a Toyota problem. So a natural meeting spot is Sierra Nevada’s brewery south of Asheville.
But we all made it to the primitive camp at Round Mountain, TN. No more pictures today, we set up camp in the near darkness and rain, tried to make cover and cook dinner. The plan was a bring your own meat and pot luck sides. Deb worked hard to keep a fire going long enough to cook and we all headed to bed.