Yeah, this really is me. I found this pic on my brother's pc... I didn't even know it existed! My best guess is that this was taken between June & December of 2004.
This is my 1993 Suzuki DR 350S. It's generalized as being a "dual sport" which means it's a dirt bike that's road legal. It allows me to ride Michigan's M.C.C.C.T. & any trail that has road sections. I used the cover of the Clymer Repair Manual because I don't have any pictures of my actual ride.
This is my 2003 Keystone Hornet Hideout travel trailer. It's generalized as being a "toybox" model which means you can load your "toys" into the cargo area with the drop-down ramp. What makes this trailer stand out from most of the others in this category is the fact that this is one of very few that seperates the cargo area from the living quarters. This is one very sweet trailer. I absolutely love it! Click on the picture for more info & pictures.
This is my 1996 GMC Suburban. It's a 3/4 ton 4x4 with the 7.4L. (454c.i.) port fuel-injected Vortec engine. It has all the options incuding rear heat & air. God I love spoiling myself. : )
I used to play Quake 3 Arena until I discovered the wonderful world of Half-Life 2 and Half-Life 2 Deathmatch. Now I enjoy tinkering with the SDK's Hammer World Editor & creating my own map. I can create my own sounds & my own textures. Hopefully in the future I can create my own models too. : ) I haven't released any maps yet because something usually goes wrong with the map in one way or another. Then I get frustrated & forget about that map & start a new one. Though I am learning from my mistakes & Hammer Editor's limitations. With each map I create, I come closer to something that could be released. Here are some sample screenshots and a video of what I can create with Hammer Editor. Click each screenshot for a larger view. Click here for a short movie clip!