No worries, I read it the way you meant to say it, my deck was utilitarian, nothing really shiny or awesome about it. What is that lincoln on the back of your truck, it looks like a predecessor to the Vantage? Thanks for the words about that article. It's from the heart. Being rigged up is still in me, but if I do it again I'll probably be starting at a shop that will allow me to work towards my pressure certs and move out of BC. Or maybe I'll find an old mid 90's Dodge dually with a Cummins and in my spare time build up a nice shiny deck like Bob has got us all lusting after and just do some general work here and there. I guess we'll have to see what the gov't throws down the pipeline in terms of new certification legislation, but unfortunately I have this sinking feeling that the 10,000 hours I have accumulated won't mean squat when the new rules come into play, and its not a gamble I want to take right now until I see how it all plays out.
Boy Dan, that sure is a dirty truck I got to buy Bob a power polisher and now you a pressure washer. You guys are high maintenance