Listening to and watching fireworks. One neighbor set off a decent amount of nice ones, for maybe one hour. One seriously loud kaboom mixed into their trial run. A few off in the distance continue even now but finally winding down. My dogs never appreciate it and are all inside the house. Brewster seems fine with all and remains damp from his bath.
Did yard work all day and then decided to run out to the lake. Caught a few and gave em to a fella sitting beside me on the bank. Have to be 13 inches to keep from this particular lake so only kept 5 outta 7
Yesterday my wife and step daughter drove up to Michigan to exchange a kid. Took my daughter on kincaid lake with the canoe. Kept rowing till it was too shallow to keep going. Im wore plum out today but managed to pick some beans and gave the taters some attention.
Got the cows rounded up into work pens. Sprayed them for flies. Seen 2 that like start of pink eye. Went looked didnt have pink eye medicine. So went old school. Threw salt in their eyes. Kept those 2 penned. Tomorrow get medicine and put that in their eyes. But used salt before it works.
Typically just hunting and tow vehicle but is my daily driver at the moment until I get my car back.
It's nothing compared to what ya'll have on here. Looks stock compared to trucks nowadays. 1993 Chevy with 3" body lift on 33's. The motor sits further down and it's a biotch to reach. I was shocked to see one mechanic had let all the air out of the front tires to access the motor lol. That was 15 yrs ago.
I put Vortec heads on it, converted from flat tappet to hydraulic roller 4x4 cam. Headers, ported intake and exhaust manifold, 2" bored TBI unit, 4.10 gears. Stage 4 transmission and custom programming.
Went from 210 hp/335 ft.lbs bone stock to 320 hp/440 ft lbs now with same fuel economy. Like I said it's nothing compared to current trucks but a vast improvement over stock. At least it can get out of its own way now. It pulls a lot better than a stock 6.0 LQ4