I hear you. We made some sacrifices to get where we are, but are happy to be able to live this way. You'll get there and you already have a great rig to do it in.Thank you, nothing long term like you guys.... Yet! Gotta play adult for a few more years
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Hah! I don't know about that, but I'm sure a smart person would have turned around long before we did.Without your great driving skillz Jack, your rig would still be...stuck in any number of places we went
You are welcome and I don't blame you. Either would be an amazing time.Thanks for sharing!
I am looking forward to spending a month or so doing just this, when im back from this Contract.
I am thinking maybe a PNW hot springs tour...
or heading down to the Alvord desert and NV area.
Gonna have go bolt some 1/2" plate on the bottom of those cabinets!You know that if you go up, you must go down.
That little trail was very tight and there were a few places that I was inches from the fence on the left and boulders on the right. Almost made it unscathed.
The next day, we made our way into Bodie and down Aurora Canyon. We were told that the road washed out, but we decided to see for ourselves.
Yep, it was.
So we turned around and tried another road. It started out rough and only got more so.
We crossed this little spring while traveling down into the valley in the background. Unfortunately, the road ended and we had to turn around. Needless to say, no amount of locker or traction mat would work. I had to break out the winch for the first time since installing it. The tree you see in the background was the only one within winch range. Fortunately, SpressoDan was in front and I was able to anchor to him to pull me up this section.
And on the way down, I heard the truck hit something. I thought perhaps it was the rock slider. It wasn't...
After this, we decided it was time to head for home.