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About Czechsix

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    Meadow Lakes, Alaska - yeah, I miss SoCal sometimes....

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  1. Czechsix

    That darn zipper

    The local dry cleaner usually has a good idea.......
  2. Czechsix

    Adios California

    Well, as someone that moved even further away....probably to a colder environment, enjoy your new digs. Gonna be a great place to discover new trails.
  3. Good write up, Rad, thanks for the link and the heads up!
  4. Czechsix

    Paul aka Shooby

    RIP to him, looks like he did it well while he was here.
  5. Czechsix

    Anyone Ridden Alaska ?

    Yeah, I might have ridden some up in Alaska...hell, I live here! 😁 That being said, I need to ride more up here, but most of my crap is still in storage down south. When did you visit up here, Rad?
  6. Czechsix

    Part of Husky monument destroyed

    Well,sad to see that.
  7. Agreed, that's a good story. Rokon Trailbreakers are terrific tools, I'm dragging mine back up north in a trailer right now. It'll need a rebuild but that's a simple thing to do, even up in Alaska.
  8. Thanks for the update, good to see both of you having a great time out there!
  9. Czechsix

    Malcolm Smith

    Damn, here's hoping for a fast recovery.
  10. Yep, the InReach can be fun to set up. I primarily use ours when we're out of cellular coverage, which is often. Nice thing about the InReach is that it has an Android and Apple app, makes it much easier to type messages and set up the system.
  11. I wonder if you could link an InReach satcom? They have plans with unlimited texting...
  12. Da heck is that? Hydro drive on the hub?
  13. Good to see you two are doing well!
  14. Czechsix

    Veterinarian in Mexico?

    Yep, good luck. One other thing I'll add is that there's an emergency animal clinic in Carlsbad, California Veterinary Specialists. I've been there with my dogs too many times to count, they're one of the most expensive out there. But very capable. Even with that you still have to know when they're upselling you, or trying to drop a procedure on you that might not be necessary. Dr. Grady is pretty good there, along with one or two others. Another thing I'd try before heading south is head out to a small vet in a more rural area, you might do better with that. Good luck to the pup.