“There’s something you don’t see every day, Tobie.”

Tobie and I were taking a nice long morning walkie in the wash downstream from the Lair, when an annoying buzzing began.

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7 Responses to “There’s something you don’t see every day, Tobie.”

  1. Ben says:

    For some reason, that’s known as a “trike” in the aviation world. That one has weight shift control, and likely a 2-stroke engine.

  2. Steve Walton says:

    They’re coming for you, Joel…

  3. actually Joel one of those might be a good compliment for the e-bike and jeep when you had to get somewhere…make sure yours is in the ultra-lite catagory … no pilot licence needed ! Patrick

  4. Where did you stash the debris after you shot the spy down?

  5. Mike says:

    Better, and cheaper, to get a powered para-glider. Easier to store than a trike and easier to learn on. Plus, if the engine quits, you are already hanging from a parachute.

  6. Robert says:

    Mike: Methinks a running takeoff/landing might be problematic for someone with one bum leg.
    One of my landlord’s brothers had a paraglider. Briefly. Apparently, being old and fat like me is not conducive to paragliding.

    Joel: may we look forward to a 1,000mi review of the bike?

  7. mattexian says:

    As long as he didn’t have a boombox blasting out “Ride of the Valkyries” or “Fortunate Son,” you should be fine! 😉

To the stake with the heretic!