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Old 04-07-2014, 07:40 PM   #1
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Did somebody say "TOYS"?

Saw this at a campground this weekend...

Good job it had a cover on the boat as it rained all night

That is a Harley in the truck bed...
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he's got all the bases covered
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He must not plan on walking much.
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That's bordering on disturbing...
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He's missing the most important tool, in my opinion - the airplane....
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Are you guys kidding me? You think this guy is an idiot because he took the time to think of everything? I think y'aller jealous.

And, I think it's pretty decent engineering put to use. Why not enjoy the thousands of lakes we all pass when RVing?

Free country, right?
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Are you guys kidding me? You think this guy is an idiot because he took the time to think of everything? I think y'aller jealous.

And, I think it's pretty decent engineering put to use. Why not enjoy the thousands of lakes we all pass when RVing?

Free country, right?
I don't think anyone called him an idiot. I was impressed

Definitely jealous. I tried to find a manufacturer label but it was getting dark.

I would LOVE one of these (if I had the cash).
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Hey...what's the problem...I have a Harley on a hydra lift on the back and in the F-150 toad, a golf cart, two kayaks, golf clubs, and BBQ stuff. If you're full time, you gotta take it with you. A year ago, I laughed at the guys with the stacker trailers...now I don't have a place for two ATVs!!!!!
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