Not my bike, that's tripoldfieldsThat looks good Tony! What kind of LED's did you use and where did you place them?
Last summer I left the garage door up and I went out the next day and noticed a few things pushed around. Thought it was kinda strange, but figured it was the kids. The next day, I noticed a kind of dirty cat smell. Figured the kids just need to take better baths. On the third day, I let the dog out and on my way back into the house I noticed this monster raccoon sitting on the tension springs of the garage door. The door has been kept shut since, so I guess he had been trapped in the garage. That brings ups a good question, how do you get a mad raccoon down. We have a double garage door and a single garage door. I put up the single hoping he would get down and go out that way. 2 hours later, he’s still sittin up there on that spring. The only way I figured I could get him down was to put the door up and he would jump down once the spring started turning. The risk here is tangling the **** up in my garage door spring, then you would have a mess. I took the chance and the little bastard just held on for dear life. Now I’m getting pissed, so I just kept putting the door up and down until he finally jumped down.Dang! Last time I left my garage door open a snake came in! I need to move where you are
I used the 180 LED one-color strips from Joe Florida for $140. Here is the link:That looks good Tony! What kind of LED's did you use and where did you place them?
And all this time I thought it was my cat partying like an animal..Oh and Tony please don't lock your garage from now on. I stopped by last night to grab a beer and piss in your helmet!