Thule Roof Rack

just got my Thule roof rack and kayak adapter a couple of days ago and installed them. first off is that the instructions are ok but the tape measure they give you is use less. first it’s about 10-15 inches to short to use for my set up. so what i did is put it together with out locking it down and put it on the roof. then i made my adjustments and then locked it down when i had it set up. the front went real fast and easy bit the rears where a pain in the ass to set up. after fighting the rears set up i finally get it to attached where it is to be at and got it to lock down. once installed and located in the correct positions then it was easy to uninstall and reinstall.  since this is my first time i had to install a roof rack, (owned an explorer that had a factory built rack), i thought it went pretty easy. i wanted a rack that i could take off when not in use and so far Thule is the way to go. i had mine put into my deal so i had Thule since they are the ones that supply Fords accessories.  now off to the races and time to get my kayak and try out my new rack systems.



       Well here we are again its that time of season. You know the one I’m talking about? Yea that one. Any way I have finished my first quarter of college and it went by fast. Faster then I thought I would. I hade some easy classes to start off. The only class that was somewhat of a challenge was intro to math. Since I am not too fond of math I don’t really like to do it. But as you get older you realize that math is one of the universal languages and to know some of it would just help you out. There are times which I wish I had the liking and the skill to get into the hard core stuff. Some of it looks really neat and the stuff you can do is amazing. Most of it won’t be too hard as long as you know the right formulas to use. That is the tricky part.

                I have looked up some photo clubs and am thinking of going to some of the meetings and seminars. I just started to get back in to photography. I kind of miss it. I need to find some models to work with on the portrait projects I like to do. If anybody interested or want to chat, field trips whatever contact me.  I have been looking into a new lens for my camera. I have a canon digital rebel d300 one of the first digital out. Love the camera need better lenses. I have been told that you can have an ok camera and get pro pictures with good quality lens and still be better off then spend 10 times as much on a high end camera with cheap lenses. I was looking at Tamara 18-250 di. Sweet. But since its brand new with the latest tech that puppy runs 1300. Ouch. That’s more than my camera and both lenses! Ill wait for it to come down. But with that lens it will cover both of mine and add top features that I don’t have.

                I am finally wasting some vacation time. I am off school for two weeks and am trying to plan some time off. I have been looking into hawking hills, Blue Ridge Mountains, hawk nest. Also been looking at Cancun, Florida, los vagas. I might just wait for any long travels for I don’t have enough money for the all out week. Soon very soon I’ll have some and get to vast Europe, Russia, Egypt and the like. I want to do some traveling for once. I think some time next year after I get some things taken care of I want get a touring bike and do some traveling. That would be great. I would like to finish school and then go back for bachelor degree and hopefully get a job that I can travel or at least make enough to travel with. Well that’s about it for now until next time.—same bat time same bat channel dadadadadadada.