People need to slow down off road, unless it's open, visibility is good and no ones around!
Heading down Rock Gap, I almost went head on with a guy on a dirt bike. It was just before a blind corner, there was a large rock to the right of the trail and I was rounding left of it. I was going less than walking speed. He stopped just before touching my bumper and starting yelling about how people drive on the right side in this country. I stepped out fully intending on tossing him and his bike over the cliff, but he went around and sped up the hill.
Also, I know someone that does awesome airbrush work. He had his garage door painted up like a seascape with whales and everything for a while. He's done "real flames" on cars that looked absolutely sick. I can hit him up and see what he charges!?
The difference between stupidity and ignorance. Ignorance is doing something wrong and not knowing better. Stupidity is knowing better, but doing it anyway. Don't be stupid!
So, yeah. Went over Wheelers Pass today. It wasn't at all difficult, but up the Cold Creek side to the peak was really uncomfortable. It's gotten worse since I last went over last year. Lots of rocks just large enough to be annoying were embedded in the trail. After the peak and down through to Pahrump, the ride was beautiful.
This is about as difficult as it got today, but there are a few patches of ice that might be a problem. Snow from a few weeks ago started to melt and with the temp drops we've had the last few night, they froze over again into a slick glass.
Should have posted this one first. It was just past the parking area at Cold Creek. We were surprised to see this little guy so late in the season. He still has a bit of his umbilical cord left so, he was probably dropped within a few weeks. Doubtful he'll make it through this winter.
That's ok Ysb, you know he will get his with an attitude like that! Hopefully it doesn't kill him. It's always someone else's fault, didn't you know? I guess you missed the memo! :laugh;
I was out in the jeep with the wife a few weeks ago, and she asks me why I was spending so much time on the left side of the road, which seemed funny as the trail was only a couple of feet wider than my jeep.