Saturday, November 13, 2010

Why the iBot is Spending the Night in the Garage


I did a little wheelchair deer hunting today.  I got a stuck in the mud for a while, but the iBot came through for me.  Was Kim as impressed as I was?  Not really.


  1. Gee, I wonder why? That's going to take some time to clean up.

    I just realized how narrow the iBot wheels are. They appear much narrower than my power chair. Maybe you can find some aftermarket mud tires like the monster trucks use, lol.

  2. So who gets to clean up the mess? Are you able to get the hose out and do the job? LOL

    If not, perhaps one of your hunting buddies could come over. Certainly your wife shouldn't have to clean it up for you.

  3. Mitch,
    How many times do I have to tell you to stay out of the barn yard with that thing. What does the iBOT manual say about getting poop off your tires?


  4. I totally agree with Webster :-) The iBot is now clean...
    Method(s) used:
    Step 1 - paint scraper, cleaning brush, & nail all to be used while iBot remained in garage;
    Step 2 - 409, cleaning brush, & sponge with iBot in shower stall w/ handheld shower wand
    Step 3 - bathroom cleaner, cleaning brush, sponge (for clean-up of said shower stall)
    Step 4 - broom & dustpan (cleaning of garage floor)

    what do you think.... Should the facilitator of this operation be taken to lunch or provided some other luxury as payment? :-)