I’m pretty excited but not nearly as excited as Mrs. Okierover who, once I’ve got everything moved in, will be able to park in the garage attached to the house.
Sorry for all the trouble this past week with my site. I’ve been trying to get my site updated and secured. This has taxed my abilities in the web hosting universe. This ain’t as simple as turning a wrench. Anyway, you can feel all warm and fuzzy now that my site has an SSL certificate.[…]
Video Blog. I installed a new MAF and made a video. https://youtu.be/Bfd3Ftm7z20 Thanks for watching and Happy Rovering
This is a brief explanation of the Difficulty Scale.
I saw this post and had to share it. A lot of guys go to a lot of effort to modify their vehicles beyond how it was designed by the engineers. By no means am I saying don’t modify, or the engineers are always right. But they are paid a great deal of money and[…]
Bears? in Oklahoma?
I’m not dead. I haven’t posted in a while mostly because I’ve been working on the new house. I haven’t planned any trips for this Spring either. This is also due to the house remodel but also the uncertainty surrounding my ignition module issues of late. I’ve run the BWB and taken a few short[…]
I’ve been reminded by Facebook that I have not posted in a while. Here’s the latest: Okierover Headquarters is moving to Newcastle, Oklahoma at the end of the month. We found a house with an acre of land and managed to downsize a bit. It was my former high school English teacher’s house and a[…]
Looks like I’ve got some rough running again. This time I suspect it is the plug wires and plugs. I have also replaced the distributor cap and rotor. In doing so I managed to unintentionally disassembled the distributor due to a sticky rotor. There are some very scary pictures coming for that repair. Look for[…]
In all my 50+ plus years of living in Oklahoma I have never been to the top of Mount Scott. So this past weekend, I took off to see it. Mount Scott is located in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge near Lawton, Oklahoma. It rises to 2,464 feet above sea level and towers over the surrounding area. There is a three-mile long road that takes you to the top.