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When I was fourteen years old, I was amazed at how unintelligent my father was. By the time I turned twenty-one, I was astounded at how much he had learned in the last seven years



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Was mowing the pasture yesterday, and tilling up a patch for my deer food plot.

This big guy was watching me, sniping up vermin as I flushed them from the tall grass. I saw him get two mice and a packrat. He was not scared of me at all and would be on the ground 15 feet from the tractor, just watching me. This was obviously not his first rodeo of catching field mice while the field is being mowed. He knew exactly what he was doing.

Not sure what he is, maybe a Gray Hawk or a Kite of some sort. Almost solid gray, with a whitish tail. He was about the size of a bald eagle, but not quite.


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@CJREX - Don't those things easily break down for storage and transport too?
Like fitting in the back of a Bronco with the rear seat down, kinda small?
I'll grant you they are incredibly capable machines, from what I've seen but you won't see 'em catchin' big air...
Yes, and they also float so you can float it across a river.

Of course you don't sit on it and ride across.

You hop off and float it on its side.
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Yes, and they also float so you can float it across a river.

Of course you don't sit on it and ride across.

You hop off and float it on its side.
Or you can fill those wheels with fuel and basically drive across all of Texas without a refill. Never owned a motorbike but if I did, itd be a rokon.


I gotta agree with @BikerPepe` on that tank-cycle thing. That looks like putting the ol sack way way too close to an industrial cheese grater.
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^^^ Pretty big dinghy... lol

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This reminds me of when I was giving instruction in the Ukraine. We flew in side a deserted factory building. (In a helicopter.) It was a large three story building that one side had collapsed so we could fly in the second floor. Each floor was like 20 feet high, so there was no fear of hitting. It was cool and reminded me of a Bond movie. It also was scary because the building did not inspire confidence. (I was afraid stuff would fall off the ceiling into the rotors.)
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