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Title: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: weazletoe on February 26, 2011, 08:17:37 AM
  Was at my buddies the other day, setting up the brewery, when another showed up with his four wheeler. I dare every one of you here to tell me you don;t want one of these bad boys!!!!

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/IMAG0280.jpg)

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/IMAG0281.jpg)

(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/IMAG0282.jpg)
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: akr71 on February 26, 2011, 02:55:29 PM
That's freakin sweet!
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: bluesman on February 26, 2011, 03:00:10 PM
That's a beast of a machine Weaz!
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: 1vertical on February 26, 2011, 03:32:57 PM
Yeah my little ATV is good but trax are well...goin units.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: denny on February 26, 2011, 04:00:11 PM
Sorry, Weaz, I don't want one.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: majorvices on February 26, 2011, 04:06:14 PM
+1. I hate four wheelers. They are the bane of my existence. Only thing I hate more than 4 wheelers is litterbugs and loggers.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: maxieboy on February 26, 2011, 04:17:21 PM
+2
 Once they were allowed in our hunting camp, perfectly able bodied men thought they had to drive over every sq. inch of the property. Ruined my enjoyment of the land and altered deer movement. If you're that lazy, stay on the couch...
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: 1vertical on February 26, 2011, 04:54:35 PM
I am sorry, a vehicle is a vehicle....a Horse is a type of vehicle.My preferred
vehicle to keep, burns gasoline not hay....btw, here in bfe you prolly need some
type of off road transportation to effectively hunt. Out here there is nuthin but
miles and miles of miles and miles. And if you shoot an Elk, your gonna
want to pack it out on something besides your back pack.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: maxieboy on February 26, 2011, 05:06:47 PM
Agreed. MI is a different story.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: punatic on February 26, 2011, 06:04:35 PM
Great ride weaz!  Not the right tool for our volcanic landscape here though.  The lava and cindery soil would eat those tracks up in no time.  I have a Kawasaki Mule for getting to water wells on the slopes of one of our dormant volcanoes.  I have to replace the tires three times a year.  I had a Polaris.  I like the Mule better.

Cool pics!  Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: euge on February 26, 2011, 06:51:22 PM
(http://www.utvguide.net/images/Mule-WFRRescue-2.jpg)
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: punatic on February 26, 2011, 06:54:59 PM
(http://www.utvguide.net/images/Mule-WFRRescue-2.jpg)

Cool - Just like mine - except mine is green and has wheels...
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: majorvices on February 26, 2011, 07:22:11 PM
I am sorry, a vehicle is a vehicle....a Horse is a type of vehicle.My preferred
vehicle to keep, burns gasoline not hay....btw, here in bfe you prolly need some
type of off road transportation to effectively hunt. Out here there is nuthin but
miles and miles of miles and miles. And if you shoot an Elk, your gonna
want to pack it out on something besides your back pack.

Yeah, but a 4 wheeler is a vehicle that gives access to parts of the great outdoors to fat, lazy and often time stupid people who otherwise would not be out there.  ;) My property borders hundreds of thousands of acres of wilderness and I hate hearing those stupid things rumbling through the woods when I am out hiking. Also hate to see the amount of trash - mostly beer cans - that hitch a ride on 4 wheelers and are chucked aside by jack asses.

I live in BFE, so I can understand your point of you. What I can't understand is how in the world most of these hunters managed to get their fat asses to their tree stand before the advent of 4 wheelers. And I confesss I am shocked that people didn't hunt elk before 4 wheelers were invented.

Hey, I mean no offense to you people who ride them. I hate what you ride and "how you roll" - not you personally.  ;)
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: uthristy on February 26, 2011, 07:34:45 PM
Yeah, but a 4 wheeler is a vehicle that gives access to parts of the great outdoors to fat, lazy and often time stupid people who otherwise would not be out there.  ;)
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What I can't understand is how in the world most of these hunters managed to get their fat asses to their tree stand before the advent of 4 wheelers. And I confesss I am shocked that people didn't hunt elk before 4 wheelers were invented.


Can I get a HFY, this mornings bicycle ride, miles into the woods and what do I find but a big cooler full of empty cans/bottles.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: punatic on February 26, 2011, 07:40:20 PM
Yeah, I'm with you on the crazies, but when you work out there, you can't always afford to fly in.

About 50% of the island I live on is inaccessible except on foot or by air.  I spend a lot of time out there enjoying the quiet (and cursing at the occasional helicopter).

About 30% is only accessible by air.

Hawaii Island is the same size as the State of Connecticut.
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: 1vertical on February 26, 2011, 07:51:52 PM
I live in BFE, so I can understand your point of you. What I can't understand is how in the world most of these hunters managed to get their fat asses to their tree stand before the advent of 4 wheelers. And I confesss I am shocked that people didn't hunt elk before 4 wheelers were invented.
Hey, I mean no offense to you people who ride them. I hate what you ride and "how you roll" - not you personally.  ;)
 You are so right keith, there are a few who ruin it for the many....I usually pack out some type of garbage when I
venture out to the field.
Works for me, we can agree to disagree. However as I get longer in the tooth, I wish I did not have to hire a pack train
of horses to legally get me back up to the land of the golden trout. I love me some wilderness as much as the next fat ass. ::)
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: maxieboy on February 26, 2011, 07:59:25 PM
Yeah, but a 4 wheeler is a vehicle that gives access to parts of the great outdoors to fat, lazy and often time stupid people who otherwise would not be out there.  ;)
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What I can't understand is how in the world most of these hunters managed to get their fat asses to their tree stand before the advent of 4 wheelers. And I confesss I am shocked that people didn't hunt elk before 4 wheelers were invented.


Can I get a HFY, this mornings bicycle ride, miles into the woods and what do I find but a big cooler full of empty cans/bottles.



HFY. I HATE a litterer... >:(
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: tubercle on February 26, 2011, 08:06:23 PM
+1. I hate four wheelers. They are the bane of my existence. Only thing I hate more than 4 wheelers is litterbugs and loggers.

 I feel the same way about jet skis
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: Hokerer on February 27, 2011, 03:25:36 AM
+1. I hate four wheelers. They are the bane of my existence. Only thing I hate more than 4 wheelers is litterbugs and loggers.

 I feel the same way about jet skis

+1, ATVs and Jet-Skis can all go to you know where   :(
Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: pinnah on February 27, 2011, 03:46:15 AM
(http://i225.photobucket.com/albums/dd235/Weazletoe/IMAG0282.jpg)


I love places where you can just unload in the road,
cause man there just ain't nobody coming!

Gotta love the double yella no passing zone.  hehe



What does a unit like that cost?







Title: Re: This is how we roll in Idaho
Post by: weazletoe on February 27, 2011, 05:06:00 AM
Even better than tihs......Hisis the only house on this road. It's a county road, that the county keeps up, even plows. The road is about two miles long, and is named after him. Hildreth Road. Gotta love living in the sticks.