How to prevent tailgaters:
drive down the highway with a 12-foot gate in a 6-1/2-foot truck bed.
Works like a charm.
Despite appearances, the new gate was securely fastened.
It took almost as long to untie all my knots as it did to install it.
The old gate had rotted out at the bottom and bitten the dust.
I never liked the old gate anyway.
The latch was hard to open and drove many a ranchsitter to the brink. Hi, Ethel!
The new latch lifts open with a simple, one-handed motion.
I wonder how long it will take the four-leggeds to figure it out?
Add "tow chain" to the list of ranching must-haves, right after duct tape and baling wire.
Alan: Think she'll ever shut up and open it?
George: Maybe we'll enter another dimension when we cross over.
Alan: You go first.
Alan: Oh no! What if he doesn't come back?