Hey Nick great pics! Good to meet you guys on this trip, can't wait to go wheeling with you all again!El Buffet checking in, made it home in good time to hang out with the family. Had a wonderful time on the trail and meeting new folks. Still need to sort through the camera, in the meanwhile here a few from the trip.
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/18148125@N07/12670676884/] IMG_8839_Pinnacles by ntrodriguez, on Flickr[/URL]
IMG_8849_Pinnacles by ntrodriguez, on Flickr
IMG_8908_Pinnacles by ntrodriguez, on Flickr
IMG_9113_Pleasant Canyon by ntrodriguez, on Flickr
IMG_9114_Pleasant Canyon by ntrodriguez, on Flickr
IMG_9291_Bridge to Briggs Cabin by ntrodriguez, on Flickr
Wasn't too bad but after you've rolled a Montero on the trail you get to talk about pucker factor with some level of authority on the matter.lol...that's scary? You should have seen the (muddy, slippery) slope I had to traverse today! Looking down at the recently rolled-over Explorer didn't help my nerves any. Nor did assisting the Wrangler that got stuck. When your best countermeasure against rolling is just *hoping* really hard that your tires don't slip sideways as your inclinometer reads 32 degrees on a muddy slope - THAT is pucker!!! =X
No didn't even occur to me to check it.Did you have time to look at your oh ******** meter to see what it was showing?
It was definitely scary.