Covered Wagon Prairie Schooner
Most pioneers traveled in a wagon, but some couldn't buy a horse and wagon so they walked.
The Conestoga wagon was usually about four feet wide.
On the wagon means you are giving up alcohol. You are not going to drink anything alcoholic. If you fall off the wagon, you've slipped up and had a drink.
pioneers found high spots in the river to cross with their wagon
Without the wagon, it would have taken travelers longer and they would not have been able to carry supplies, as well as women and children.
Friction is necessary to cause the wheels to rotate about the axis of the wagon-- without it the wagon would just slide over the surface.
if its sohc it doesnt have , if its dohc its behind the lower damper i think
Take it to the top of a hill.
No you cannot.
Purchase a 4-way lug wrench from your local auto parts store.
By increasing its speed, or velocity.
cushion your ride without them it would ride like a lumber wagon very rough
A wagon train is a group of wagons, typically covered, traveling together along a shared route. Typically used for mutual benefit and assistance, the wagon train fell out of use with the introduction of more secure and reliable forms of transit, such as cars and track-based rail lines. Today, wagon trains are used to provide tourists and travelers with an "authentic wild-west" experience. An accurate count of how many wagon trains are currently in existence would be difficult to obtain.
A snot wagon is of course a derogatory term you use to describe anyone you dislike, especially in reference to younger siblings or cousins. Example: Shasta, you are such a snotwagon, i cannot believe you wrecked my sweater! it was my favorite color!
The main benefit was being with others and they could help each other out. It was a dangerous thing to do and often people lost wagons, got sick and died, and babies were born on the trail.