Last Call: Minnebago Edition

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  1. smalleyxb122 Avatar

    “Tiny House” has jumped the shark.

  2. BigRedCaveTroll Avatar

    I wonder what the interior looks like.

  3. Andrew_theS2kBore Avatar

    Not sure if this is appropriate to post here (if not, deepest apologies), but one of my beloved S2000s is up for sale and I’d prefer it went to a Hoonitarian, so if anyone is interested, look here:
    http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/cto/5561721642.html

  4. The Real Number_Six Avatar

    Anyone in NorCal know if Grayback Road from Cave Junction to Happy Camp is snow-free by mid-May?

    1. Batshitbox Avatar

      So many innuendos! I have a dirty mind.

      1. The Real Number_Six Avatar

        It goes worse: on the way to Happy Camp there’ll be an old spiral highway; leather; regular applications of lube; a bit of choke to get it going in the morning; Madras and panniers, but likely no paneer; and a Fossil will be entered. The payoff is tall red wood and plucky work with the elbow.
        But my original question stands…

    2. Sjalabais Avatar

      Dunno, but it gives me an excellent excuse to post this drone footage of road workers clearing the famous “Trollstigen”-road of its winter cover. Supposed to open end of May:
      http://www.nrk.no/mr/se-den-spektakulaere-broytevideoen-1.12921983

      1. The Real Number_Six Avatar

        That’s amazing! How do they find the road?

        1. Sjalabais Avatar

          I’m not really sure – I suppose they use GPS, too, but in today’s paper-paper, one of the workers on another road (“Tindevegen”) is quoted for saying that the most important thing is to know the road really well. Doesn’t come across as a joke, but…I suppose they didn’t see anything anyway, with snow walls as high as 6m at the worst spots.
          http://s26.postimg.org/ekjji7p49/Tindevegen_Apr2016.png

  5. Batshitbox Avatar

    Back in Boston I rode with a bicycle chopper gang (before that was a thing, you know.) This operation had a semi-nautical, semi sci-fi theme to its organization and parlance.
    About things like this we would say, “That’ll burn up on re-entry.”
    It was a nebulous statement. It could apply to something stunningly contrived or essentially awesome yet ultimately sacrificial, or to something frivolously slapped together and doomed to a fiery fate.

      1. Sean McMillan Avatar

        I love me some TMBG

    1. Ryan Huelsemann Avatar

      i literally work with the guy who built the Minnebago. he’s pretty much an evil genius.

      1. BigRedCaveTroll Avatar

        That’s cool! What else has he done?

        1. Ryan Huelsemann Avatar

          a lot of his stuff is posted on the blog/site in your link. he does a lot of electric vehicles, and also does iron casting and welding. makes his own electric drones and RC cars, and now that he’s working with our company ( NASA contractor) he’s interested in rocketry.

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