Yep you are right. I remember when you showed up in your Sequoia at one of the Tejas Toyota Meets. We really checked your ride out. :tu:Sanchez said:I am here...
If this is old timers I was the FIRST Sequoia in the Texas TS Family.
Talk about old!
Heck no, in fact I haven't even been fishing since last December. That was the last time I took my boat out too, im not sure if it will even start anymore.Buzzard said:You catchin any fish???---Buzz
You have been around here forever. Some of the old timers are fading away (or spending less time on here) as time goes by.Dude Boy said:I'm still here, but not as often as I used to be! Original member #227, I think.
Hum, good question. Guess somebody that was around in the "old days". What are old days, heck I don't know, the old days. How about more than a year or so.Sanchez said:By the way what constitutes and old timer..
I like to think of myself as a Youngin' that has been here an "Old Time"
If memory serves me right, I was the first Texas TS Sequoia in the bunch.
Yall take care
Good to see you post. Don't see many big trailers behind Tundras around here. Biggest I have pulled over any distance was a 21' center console tandem axle boat. Barely knew it was there, except for pulling out of the gas station.It is nice to see old names. A get together not out of the question. About the only time I drive my truck is to pull our 29 ft RV, otherwise it sits in the drive. Can not stand the fuel bill. My Prius gets much better mpg. Have not seen many other Tundras pulling such a big rig. Has anyone else? It pulls REAL nice & mpg does not change.:blabla:
Yep... I'm still around. Don't drive much anymore.
I received a settlement check today for $29.23 as an eligible class member of the unintended acceleration lawsuit. Anyone else get a check, and did you or are you going to cash it?