DOW Driving Habits

Brrrrr Wayne. You better layer up. 34F here and all the snow is gone. Getting close to beach weather. Pretty soon you will be able to hear the ski resort owners and snowmobile dealers crying and wailing all the way to Alabama.

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We get this kind of weather you are speaking about. And right now I am looking forward to that weather getting back here where I live.
Bob

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I’ve got a buddy up in Iowa, he says they only get two seasons.

Winter, and Road Construction.

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We get winter and prepare for winter. Of course there is a couple of months of sweltering 80’s with the associated sweating and panting and cursing the bugs but that’s just thrown in so you don’t mind winter so much.

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Yes, I could stand 75F, we have 14F, gets cold to the fingers after a while, still a little damp in the air.

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Mr Wayne, the difference between a car and a tractor is that when you run a car on wood you can drive down the road into the unknown and observe the surroundings, listen to the music and enjoy the free ride, but when I run a tractor it forces me to work, well, that is a pleasure in its own way. :grinning:

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I thought I would bump this thread up to the top just in case some of the new folks might want to look over it.
I will do it with a very short video :blush:

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When I first saw this I wondered what kind of animal you had jumping up in your truck. :sweat_smile:

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Yes Don.

I was able to control the wood burner even after it jumped out from under the seat :grinning:

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Pretty sure that it’s a Morey eel, Don.

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Driving in place, sorry, that doesn’t belong in this thread. Subaru loves wood gas, but it’s hard to adjust the mix ratio with adhesive tape,…

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Now thats what good gas does in an engine… if it aint redlineing im not satisfied. Excelent.

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