Snowbird Blog Page

Here I will post things that I found interesting or funny, but may have nothing to do with my Jeep.
... or maybe it does have something to do with my Jeep ... lol

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Finishing up (10/19/2007)

Well I have almost finished with a few of the many projects I get started on in the past few weeks.

I have installed the rock crawling lights, but still need to fasten the wiring up out of the way better. (Photos soon)

I also have started with the body lift, but need to work on the two bolts in the very rear. They have rusted up and are now spinning.

Hopefully I will be able to finish these up so I can start to work on the helper springs.

Happy Holidays (12/23/2007)

A holiday wish for everyone.

May you get all that you need, most of what you want and none of what is not needed.

Holidays (11/18/2007)

Once again the holiday season is upon us. For once I am looking forward to it all.

I know that this will put the Wagoneer on hold a bit longer, but it will be worth it to spend the holidays with my new wife.

I hope everyone reading this will be able to enjoy the up coming days as much as I will be.

Still in the shop (11/10/2007)

Looks like things are going to take a bit longer than I had thought.

Hopefully it will all come together soon, I am wanting to be out running thru the desert.

In the shop (9/22/2007)

Well it seems that the water pump has gone out now, so I am putting it into my shop until I can get to replacing it.

Also if I am lucky I will be able to get to some of the other projects while I have it laid up.

Working on the Jeep again (9/26/2007)

Well the weather has finally cooled down enough so that I am able to work on the Jeep these past few days. It does feel great to get back into it and work on finishing up some of the things I had already bought stuff for.

Hopefully I will be able to get all the things done I need so that I can take it out this season with the other guys. I am missing being out in the back country.

Snowbirds (9/8/2007)

Once again we here head into "Snowbird Season". For those who don't know what a Snowbird is, let me give one relevant (read - my) definition:

"A Snowbird is a retired person who normally lives in a place where it snows in the winter, but does not like the snow, so the flock to warmer areas during the winter.

Snowbirds are identified by one or more of the following characteristics:

Not always do Snowbirds shows these signs, however, most show a good majority."

I want everyone to know that there is a group of visitors who come here that many call "Snowbirds", but to me are "Winter Visitors" because of their great attitude of the fact that this area goes from 3,000 in the summer to over 1 million in the peak of winter season. I look forward to the return of the "Winter Visitors" and wish that more of the retired folks who come here could be like them. They are a pleasure to be around.

Maybe someday the town council around here will realize that the town has grown too large to be supported by the Snowbirds and truckers alone, and put in some clean, light, industrial businesses. (Trucker are the subject for a future blog entry.)

"If it is Snowbird Season why can't we shoot them?"

My ISP hates me! (9/20/2007)

For some reason it seems that my internet provider has screwed up (again!) and messed up my account. Hence the reason some may have noticed I have not been on line lately.

Hopefully I have finally got this straightened out with them and it won't be happening again. But to be honest I have a feeling it is not over.

In the mean time I guess I just have to grin and bear it until I can find a more reliable provider.

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