...now mind you i believe not only myself and dwd, could have made this climb that is before, 90ranajo pulled a tdavis on us and dug about 2' deep sand holes at the base of the rocks...
...90ranajo stuck with all 4 wheels spinning...
...diff whack daddy's attempt...
but i made it up
hahaha and so did a jeep
come on, where's everyone else's pics? sorry i only posted a link to my pics, i didn't want to take the time to resize them
me and jim left pretty early, i hate traffic and wanted to get home with enough time to work on my essay for school (still haven't started on it
) we didn't hit any traffic at all and made it home at 10:30, only 2 1/2 hours to get home
but we noticed when we got home that we forgot to unlock the broncos hubs, so i hope everything is ok with that.
the group seemed small, but it really a pretty good size. a better turn out than i thought it was gonna be. kevin and show were great to watch chop fire wood (you'd have be there really understand i think)
navajo got the best gas mileage its ever gotten. all the way home and the gage needle didn't even move
(we towed it out and back
hmm damage for our vehicles: broken rear pass window, smashed quarter panel, and odd thins that went out over the weekend like the door locks someitmes don't work, the blinkers are blinking crazy, and the a/c onle has low and full blast, nothing in between. they're things to fix but not really off road related. oh and the bronco stereo cut out half way home. so it just kinda turned off and it won't come on anymore. but no broken hubs and no broken axles!!!!!!!!!!
and i pushed it as hard as i could, which seems to be more and more every trip.
as far as the jeep flip, im wait for (i think it was) show to chime in since he was taling to the driver, so he knows what actualy was going on with him. but i watched that thing just drive straight of that cliff and flip directly to the roof and that image will haunt me forever. they slammed so hard on they're roof and running down there right after it happen was like it was a movie or something. just felt kinda unbeleivable when you run down and they're moaning and you look up at the 20' ledge. still makes me shake to think about. cause they weren't even trying to do anything crazy or difficult, just drivng straight! if it was me or anyone else without a roll cage, bhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh thats a bad thought.
on another note, the bronco showed to be a pretty good tow rig
and the navajo is still my dd and runs pretty much fine still. except the window, my pass door has about a 1/2" gap still when you close it.
dang i typed alot of stuff, i don't anyones gonna read it all hahaha