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Thread: Idaho's "Rocky River Farms".... and Trails. My journey for a back yard RC world

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    Two weeks into the build.
    I had down poors, snow and 90 degree weather into crazy winds...…... did I say crazy winds...haaaaa
    But we played truck.
    YAY.
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    Good times Good times.
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    Be safe , and Keep on truckin
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    just needs a mud pit like all good scale parks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lordwayback View Post
    just needs a mud pit like all good scale parks
    Thanks.
    Water and mud....Bad on tiny scale trucks...ahahahaaa
    I always say that to people.
    I've been know to dive off into things with real 1:1's and tiny trucks.


    Winds are supposed to be stupid crazy again for a few more days.
    I have a half a broke tree coming down from last weekend and its about to crush tiny start gate. ugh.
    Might have to hook up the pickup and pull it the rest way down to the ground before it does too much damage to the course.

    Time and energy granted anyways....I might go get a few more loads of rocks this weekend
    I had a vision of an arched bridge of sorts and foam turned into concrete abutments look for it.
    See what happens.
    Thanks for looking and hope you enjoy the thread.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    id say get a cheap basher and mud that bridge would be cool, maybe a teeter totter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lordwayback View Post
    just needs a mud pit like all good scale parks
    None of the good scale parks have mud pits. That’s what makes them good scale parks. No mud.
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    You need a special dry pit over here- everything else is mud.

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    Haaaaaa
    dagaba...to funny ahaahaha

    Well, thinking a couple trips for ….you guessed it....more rocks today...ugh
    Haaaaa

    Crazy winds forcasted along with some rain and their saying a spattering of snow again.
    Crazy Idaho weather anywhoo.

    Big branch almost 3 feet from ground now, I did remove entrance last night to avoid being squished.
    What a mess.
    Hope to have a pic or two the next couple days my friends.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    have you seen rc sparks scale park it has 2 mud pits and it's super cool in my opinion im mudding my basher when my battery is charged, How is mud not scale unless you're talking about moab or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lordwayback View Post
    have you seen rc sparks scale park it has 2 mud pits and it's super cool in my opinion im mudding my basher when my battery is charged, How is mud not scale unless you're talking about moab or something?
    Have you ever seen Smiggin’s Folly? It’s my own scale park and it’s pretty good. Never said mud isn’t “scale”. Off roading isn’t just driving through mud puddles.
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    It's all good.
    Mud is a blast no doubts and legit.

    I just am very lazy and hate cleaning up the mess and greasing and oiling things after the carnage.
    The closet thing I have for a basher right now is my green yota. Hard to pound on a 600 dollar truck although it does well to keep up with the newer crawlers when you pick the lines correct.

    I will have a small water feature eventually, and that being said...….
    I was able to go get a quick load yesterday morning of larger rocks, You just never have enough you know
    More Tiny trucks supposed to come out late this morning and go round and round for a bit, If we don't freeze cause temps dropped again to the mid 40's and low 50's.
    Need to go pick up all the branches and pine cones so the trails are clear of debris. ugh

    Thanks for the views encouragements and comments guy.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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