Thank you very much for the nice compliment. I enjoy sharing my experience and what has worked well for us. I honestly would like to share more — our build and other details — but I find myself unwilling to take a lot of time away from adventuring to do the documentation that good posts require. Guess I'm selfish!
Originally Posted by westyss
I looked as closely as I could at the pic you posted in your build thread. I was indeed at Quesnel and Horsefly Lakes on my way North, but that was about May 20-22, a bit earlier than you pic appears to be dated; and to my eye the rig in the picture appears different from mine. My truck is white as well as the house, while the truck in your pic looks gray, correct? I have a very big frontal area [truck and house have the aerodynamics of a brick] and I have four big round lights on a bar just below the windshield.
I would have very much liked to have waved to you, but I am not sure it in fact was me.
I like your build; keep up the good work.
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