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Old 11-30-2020, 07:44 PM   #2161
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Old 12-01-2020, 03:33 AM   #2162
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first rule of 2021 on Jan 1

WE DONT TALK ABOUT 2020
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Old 12-01-2020, 01:24 PM   #2165
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Don't laugh about the Duct Tape on the airplane wing. You'll see it on all kinds of planes in Alaska where it's referred to often as "Hundred Mile Per Hour Tape" (or variations). Used for "small" repairs like after this Bear Attack:





Pilot had several cases of Duct Tape and two spare tires with him (premonition, luck, or just good preparation?) Also some Celophane tape.

Here's how it flew home:


Also to secure external cargo, often on makeshift platforms between the floats. Many a bush cabin has used plywood and 2x4's carried this way not to mention the canoe or two.

When I traveled there I was amazed at what I saw taking off from Lake Hood/Spenard in Anchorage.

Up there you'll also see some oversized tires on small planes------Like the DC-3 tires on this one



If ir's not supposed to be done, chances are you'll see it frequently done in Alaska.
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Old 12-01-2020, 08:28 PM   #2166
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Don't laugh about the Duct Tape on the airplane wing. You'll see it on all kinds of planes in Alaska where it's referred to often as "Hundred Mile Per Hour Tape" (or variations). Used for "small" repairs like after this Bear Attack:





Pilot had several cases of Duct Tape and two spare tires with him (premonition, luck, or just good preparation?) Also some Celophane tape.

Here's how it flew home:


Also to secure external cargo, often on makeshift platforms between the floats. Many a bush cabin has used plywood and 2x4's carried this way not to mention the canoe or two.

When I traveled there I was amazed at what I saw taking off from Lake Hood/Spenard in Anchorage.

Up there you'll also see some oversized tires on small planes------Like the DC-3 tires on this one



If ir's not supposed to be done, chances are you'll see it frequently done in Alaska.
Did they smother the plane in bacon grease or something? One ticked off bear if not.
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Did they smother the plane in bacon grease or something? One ticked off bear if not.
Every bear I've viewed in the wild (Alaska, Yukon Territory, California, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Tennessee) knew that a cooler was in reality a "picnic basket". Neither tent canvas nor fabric covered aircraft are serious impediments to bears who want to enjoy a picnic. In Yellowstone, rear quarter windows are considered removable impediments by bears. In Kodiak, Alaska, (and nearby telecoms sites) bears dig up and chomp on underground electrical and propane lines to get their highs.

FWIW, most bears open coolers and dry goods containers by tossing them around until the latches and/or hinges fail. When the container is open, hot chocolate mix and cookies are the first to be sampled. Moose, steak, pork roasts, and other quality meats are a close second. Don't ask me how I know this.

In Juneau, Alaska my next door neighbor was a young 5ft, 98lb wonder. She went on a moose hunt every year alone (she and her husband always hunted separately, I never dared asked why). She always took out a bear tag because she knew bears would be checking out the moose kill before she could get it field dressed, packed out, and loaded on the plane. Her living room floor was literally carpeted with bear pelts.

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Every bear I've viewed in the wild (Alaska, Yukon Territory, California, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Tennessee) knew that a cooler was in reality a "picnic basket". Neither tent canvas nor fabric covered aircraft are serious impediments to bears who want to enjoy a picnic.

Back in my hiking and tent camping days I was on a trip into the Olympic National Park.

One night was spent at a "Guard Station" along the trail which was no longer active. Windows and doors were all secured with 3/4" plywood sheets nailed to the frames every 6". Would have been a task for a person using a prybar and hammer to remove.

One sheet was not only (mostly) removed from a window but literally ripped off in chunks. Claw marks were to say the least "impressive". In the case of the guard station it had been totally "swept" of all foodstuffs so it was just a case of the bear exploring. Most likely had broken into other cabins in his "range" and knew that they were filled with "goodies".
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This reminds me of the old "eye pad" joke!
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What's so difficult. Go for the $40 even. Then you don't have to figure out what to do with the worthless penny. The extra fraction in gallonage won't change your MPG calculation which is probably included in your OCD.

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What's so difficult. Go for the $40 even. Then you don't have to figure out what to do with the worthless penny. The extra fraction in gallonage won't change your MPG calculation which is probably included in your OCD.

But... at $3.99 per gallon... will you be able to get *just* that penny???

Or will you wind up at $40.01???

Then you'd have to find a way to get another 99 cents in there!

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