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  1. Trips and Travels - Easter Weekend

    So it looks like we're going to head out of town just like a ton of other folks. I got the Trailblazer serviced and registered, everything checks out ok. Have a full tank of gas, the GPS loaded with the best route, lots of food and drinks, a DVD player to watch some movies to pass the time and just have a few hours to kill for the drive each day.

    I really look forward to driving on the open road, it's just a blast I tell you! I hope to get a trailer one of these days and we can ...
  2. Ultimate Truck Gear RockerPods - Initial pre-blog!

    So, it's been 24hrs and my pulse has gone back down to normal.

    Yesterday I found out I won the RockerPod Giveaway from the GM Truck Club (GMTC). What a shock and a surprise!

    I'd originally seen the RockerPods (RPs) at the 2008 SEMA show. I took notice of Ultimate Truck Gear's (UTG) booth when I came across it, recognizing them from being a Vendor and advertising on the GMTC forum website.

    I snapped a few pictures but didn't want to go and disturb the UTG ...

    Updated 04-04-2009 at 11:51 PM by Springthing

  3. Gainfully Unemployed!

    So my contract has ended with my last company and I do have a couple of shorter contracts coming up with another company mostly, but for the most part I'm gainfully unemployed.

    So if you know of anyone that needs web design, advanced eMarketing, social network engagement, or other advanced marketing, please let me know, I'm open to talk to just about anyone.
  4. My New Truck Project

    I bought a running 1981 Chevy Crewcab dually a few months back for $350. The truck was a father son project that never went anywhere. It came with lots of new parts a 91 front clip, Billet grill insert, Goodmark steel 3" cowl induction hood, new rear fenders, tailgate, running boards, new window seals, new replacement fuel tanks, and various other parts.
    Soon after starting the project they found it had corrosion on the frame and cab that was unrepairable and the project sat for 5 ...
  5. Spring is here, time to detail the vehicles

    Not that I have all the time in the world, but I should be able to get some time in the upcomming week to do some detail work on both of my vehicles.

    The exterior of the Trailblazer needs a little touch up, and my now-10-year-old Cavalier needs a lot of scratch-work done, I'm going to find something to help with that.

    Mostly, after a couple months of bad weather, it's time to get the interiors cleaned up. For some reason we always end up with so much junk in the ...