At this Point it's a Rescue MISSION! We Gotta get the Truck OUT before we do any Damage to IT!

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  • Published on:  Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • At this Point, it's a Rescue MISSION! We, Gotta, get the Truck OUT before we do any Damage to IT!

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  • Ellen Archambault  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Good morning. What kind of coffee do you drink? I know you mentioned it before when expressing that your favorite kind was hard to find. Tanner is gonna be a great grownup. Olivia too.

  • anyone need that good Jamaican coffee... lol i can send u guys some

  • Rich Farfugnuven  (Feb 10, 2019))

    +Jim Claire I have 11.5 years until retirement and i will be joining you. God bless.

  • Milo Adams  (Feb 2, 2019))

    for the plowing there's 2 things I can suggest that would help. 1 is studded tires are only good for driving on compact already plowed road conditions. you need to chain your truck tires, and the second is what do you have in the box for weight? sand bags work great

  • Mr. Noname  (6 days ago))

    +bivroyg6 Thats good haha :D

  • bivroyg6  (6 days ago))

    shovel some snow into the bed of the truck, its pretty heavy n much easier to clean up, it just melts away!

  • Suzi SaintJames  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Yes, for the puppy training! 💜🌞🌵

  • Tracy Bruring  (Feb 2, 2019))

    ok I am not your mom but I bet when you were editing you saw the dangerous situation you put yourself in. using your hands to wipe snow out from under the tires when it was jacked up; if the jack gave way you would have been stuck; bare min you would have lost your hand but likely your life may have been threatened; just saying be careful we like you and want you to stay safe

  • Dave Lawson  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Channel should be renamed "Misadventures at Lumah acres" ?!

  • john boy  (Feb 10, 2019))

    The issue is , you have no clue how to use that blade !

  • Xcaliber Trekker  (1 day ago))

    Or the the truck in general its appears.

  • mike goodpaster  (Feb 2, 2019))

    instead of sand, use ashes. your tires will grip like it's summer. the state of Montana uses potash on it's highways.,, no rust, no problem at all.

  • mydaily life  (3 days ago))

    Ashes cause rust too. That's why lots of insulated chimney pipe is no longer legal. Was rotting from the inside. Sawdust is pretty good to use

  • Rich Farfugnuven  (Feb 10, 2019))

    +ladykiri42 ya, but unless you live at 12k feet, you probably don't need it in HI......

  • Judi Bohn  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Dude wheres your tire chains at? Cant believe you have that much snow and uce and no tire chains on.

  • mydaily life  (3 days ago))

    Most trucks will plow 6 inches in 2wd. Nobody uses chains unless they're plowing mountains. This has to be American

  • Billy Beane  (6 days ago))

    Oh and I'm running an 8 foot Boss vplow on my 99 Ram Cummins

  • Bill Herrick  (Feb 2, 2019))

    I usually carry a huge pile of sand in the back for weight to counter balance the plow weight. This helps my traction a lot and when I do get stuck I just put a little sand under each tire and I am usually good to go. Also in 4wd low all 4 tires seem to turn together to help get un stuck.

  • arbiter1  (2 days ago))

    Maybe even a 2nd set of rim's to have winter tires on + stud's wouldn't be a bad idea?

  • Mo Peterson  (Feb 2, 2019))

    I have nine 70lb tubes of sand in mine

  • W Callihan  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Good morning! Yes more doggies please and thank you!!

  • Deanna Marie  (Feb 2, 2019))

    Yes!Pluto and Tanner time video would be fun!