Join Date: Sep 2018
Location: Peach State
Bronco Info: 1988 Bronco XLT 302, M5OD, 32" BF Baja Champions
One thing my dad has always told me, especially when dealing with a project was the phrase "Mise en place", a French phrase meaning everything in it's place. It's something that cooks say, expressing the importance of having all your ingredients measured, cut, peeled, sliced, grated, etc. before you start cooking. He first introduced me to the phrase when he noticed how disorganized I was, and how all-over-the-place my tools were while changing out my power steering pump line (not to mention my hands and face were also covered in grease). He wanted me to understand the importance and benefits to laying out all of your tools, parts, guides, and anything else you might need before getting to work on a project. I always hear his voice in my head reminding me whenever I start to work on the truck, and one thing that working on this truck has taught me is how right he is!