Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Washington State
After the two "Jeepers" did trail lead and made sure that no one got any body damage. This is after we left and I just warned them that it was a challenging hill
Thought it was kinda funny that they thought we were scare to go up that last hill before we left, when we've been up it several times.
*Here's that post that I told you I saw on the Toyota FJ form.
"Thank you guys for coming out. Had a great time, both of us, as usual. Glad everyone (as far as I know) made it with no damage or issues. There certainly was potential for it on a couple spots. Especially that last climb, which I think I heard a couple guys in the Jeep group that past us on the way out called it "break axle hill". I think it's kinda funny that the Jeepers with us, and the Jeeps watching us from the bottom would not do it and advised us not to. Meh, what do they know, except their OWN limits? Walking that hill, I saw potential for some issues. But I really didn't think it wasn't doable for any of us. Doing it without spotters might have been a different story I suppose."
I guess we'll have to show them some runs at Elbe, Evans or Reiters if they want more challenging obstacles.
31 muds, 500lbs winch, 1" lift, tow straps, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, axe, shovel and...?
Last edited by L&R Jeeper; 01-21-2008 at 05:48 PM.