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Agent_Outside: Adventures in a 4Runner Limited

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010+)' started by Agent_Outside, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. May 30, 2020 at 10:05 PM
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    Batman, looks like he had a great time. Finally found my boy a mountain bike, used Trek 200. Taking him out tomorrow. Found a beginner place for him to start figuring it out. Hopefully he enjoys it and we can head for weekend trips
     
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    Update, eat ate it. But got up, drank some water and started back at it 5 minutes later
     
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    It's funny my son very rarely wipesout on a mountain bike but he has never at any point completed a hike without tripping and going down lol
     
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    Pics from the hike we found during that last trip, I figured I should go through them before we go back out tomorrow.


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    Gotta love kids. Going back out again this weekend
     
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    Another trip is in the books

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    Solar!!
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    Chicken quesadillas are one of our goto meals
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    3am bathroom break, the brightest moon I've ever seen by far, pics don't do it justice!
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    Who doesn't have a quick cereal breakfast at a trailhead?
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    Who’d you go with for the solar? Looks like a great trip
     
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    Overland Solar Bugout 130 solar blanket to the redarc
     
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    My neighbor and I messed around with his goal zero panel and yeti 200 this weekend. The panel was impressive, less impressed with the yeti as it burned through the charge quickly. But the panel was legit
     
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    Personally I'm not a fan of Goal Zero, it's decent quality stuff in general, but yetis are way over priced for what you get, and everything they make is really designed to be a part of their own little ecosystem of stuff. You're either all in on Goal Zero or you're not. I don't want USB charging ports and regulators built into the panel itself, I want goo clean unregulated power to let the very high quality MPPT controller built into the redarc do its job. If a company doesn't tell you the specific type of solar cells being used and its efficiency rating its because they are selling cheap stuff at a premium price.
     
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    Good to know. I’m still looking for something small. May just hit Amazon for a hand held as I don’t need anything big. Not planning a full overland style build
     
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    Looks like a great spot
    is that a primitive site or are you just following property lines?
    Yellowstone was on the agenda for this may but best laid plans.... now I’m looking for more off the trail- staying away from the parks and crowds. I have a 7&8 yr old so still trying to keep to safer locals.
    Where was this trip?
     
  18. Jun 9, 2020 at 5:55 PM
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    I typically use what I’m assuming is actual primitive sites, but it’s first come first served, free, no reservations, no amenities, public land. Generally National Forest or BLM land.


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    This last trip was a few different places around, near, and in Rocky Mountain National Park. In fact the last hike, that was at an unmanned and unmonitored RMNP trailhead, but with COVID stuff they have a reservation system in place. You need to make a reservation online to go the park, but it’s stupid because there are X amount of permits every 2 hours for the park as a whole, which defeats the purpose if it doesn’t actually do any crowd control because everyone could go to one place. But, with little man in tow, we decided to do the right thing and go over and buy a national park pad and then make an online reservation, and then went back to do the hike we wanted to do.
     
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    I got one of these for the power washer, not bad.
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    How you do anything is how you do everything!
    Keep it clean :)
    When I heard that the Forest Fenn treasure trove was found I was pulling for you Agent O!
    One thing is for sure, when you find something like that you’ll never stop looking and never find anything like that again.
    That applies to marriage as well HA
     
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    Which one is that? I’ve been looking for one and found an Amazon model that has good reviews
     
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    I don’t know, some Amazon one. Had I know Home Depot stocked a ryobi one with the shitty caster wheels I would have just bought that and tried it. In the end it’s not actually going to clean anything. It’ll knock the crud off from a bunch of stuff but it’s not cleaning it. I would put to much thought into which one to get.
     
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    I got a rear bumper update, mine materials are 3 bumpers away from going to the welding station to start assembly.

    It’s been 15 weeks and 3 days so far, stupid COVID shutdowns!
     
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    Ever fish in those waters? If so what you catch?
     
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    Nope. Honestly I would rather sit in a corner and watch paint dry on the walls than fish. I have less then zero interest in fishing, which sucks because my son has mentioned a few times he’d like to try fishing. I feel like it’s a just a matter of time until he’s older and I have to take him. lol
     
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    Hey No worries to each his own!:hattip: I'm from Me. & I don't eat any seafood. once a year maybe tuna fish sandwich/mayo or Miracle whip/Starkist White Albacore In spring water, gotta have LOTS of Potato chips. Have cousins in the biz back in Freeport/Bath/Brunswick Me. Love to fish, catch & release Unless the fish is something a friend would eat. When I worked out shore on Platform My pilot loved me gave him ALL the Red Snapper and other fish. Just like to catch BIGGEST I can!!:yes: Going out on local fresh water "Lake" Army Corp of Engineers reservoir. Keeps the wifey happy to relax/float on her tube!!
     
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    Guessing I ordered the same one. A friend bought the Ryobi and said it didn’t do more than a garden sprinkler
     
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    If you look at the specs on a lot of that stuff they are for “3300 psi” pressure washers. I have harbor freight poverty spec electric piece of shit that tops out at 1750ish psi because all I use it for is cleaning off the patio, spraying down the house every spring, and knocking crusty dirt off the truck, I’m certainly not trying to strip paint. The sprayer I got would certainly do better with more power behind it, but it serves it purpose just fine.
     
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    I think mine is 3500 psi so I’ll let you know when it gets here tomorrow
     
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    I got a shipping notification, I have the dumbest f’n new part coming lol
     

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