Another scanned pic. This is on the cobblestone bed of the Kokosing River at Milwood, Ohio. Note the dusty rear window from driving on gravel roads; I regret not ordering the dust deflector as an option.
I let my other half run her daughter to a friend's house. While she was gone, we got freezing rain. Within shouting distance from home, she spun out and got t-boned by a Lexus that tried to ride over the rocker panel. When I first saw this damage, I thought it was totalled. The body shop had the
My friend's Fiberglas canoe on my OB - without the crossbars, and with the ratcheting straps, it rides perfectly on the roof, doesn't shift around at all. Those two straps ride under the cargo floor all the time.
The Delaware Reservoir on the Olentangy River can be seen in the background.
They allow driving on the beach - they warned me "stay off that red coquina" which is crushed seashells, but I never found anything soft enough to give the car trouble. It was fun to drive on the beach!
And no, I did NOT run over those sun-bathers in the background, even if it does look
Alas, this campsite is no more, due to the property changing hands ... but I used to camp in this plantation pine woods 1988 - 2003. It is nervewracking to drive among these trees without swing-away mirrors.
A scanned pic from 1998, note the car still has its paper temp tag. In Knox County, Ohio, there is normally no lake behind the Mohawk Dam, but they will impound water when there are floods in the Muskingum valley. The road ahead had about 6 inches of water; I drove it for about 3/4 mile to an old