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Photo Ralley Game

Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by HotRodPC, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. Blue Ox

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    Too Small?

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    Also, it's a plow truck, not a tractor. But if we're desperate enough to accept it, new rule could be something opposite of a plow truck.

    I'm thinking your truck with some spring growth, like Crocus buds or Daffodils sprouting.
     
  2. bucket

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    Nope, no wheels on the landing gear.

    The trucks all turn left out of there to get back on I70. He was probably being like all the other morons that cut the corner short and run right over the curb and grass. Our shop is just down the road if you turn right out of the truck lot. In the 2 years since they built that Love's, we've seen some real dummies come through there.
     
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    Yea but the rocks under the front of it. :(
     
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    I just think the front of the trailer went off to that side as it slid off the rig. Some of those air lines stretch really far.
     
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    Okay makes sense now LOL!!!! :lol:
     
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    Still no spring growth around here really, other than the clover and the stupid honeysuckle bushes that take over everything. Both of those are pictured here:

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    The daffodils are about halfway up, but the wife wouldn't have been happy with me if I drove up the sidewalk to the house, lol.

    If that picture counts, how about a picture with your square at a school or a church, bonus points if it's both.
     
  7. Blue Ox

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    To paraphrase Andrew Dice Clay, I got the bonus plan:

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    School on the left, church on the right.

    Next rule, your truck near a monument. Could be a historical site sign, commemorative marker, some kind of memorial, for example a Civil War Memorial, a.k.a. second place trophy.

    JK!

    Hopefully that's something we can do while keeping socially distant.
     
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