You take that back! :lmao:
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You take that back! :lmao:
Got hung up in the snow pretty easily. Going to need to go bigger!
Testing clearances with new tires.
Just rubbed the steps climbing this.
My pics: https://imgur.com/a/7zdf2sU
Falken Wildpeak AT3W are a good alternative to KO2's that are a little better in the snow and on the road, not quite as good offroad but in the same general category as the KO2.
Natural bridge trail looks great. If we're going to be right there Lenhardy Cutoff and Sevenmile Creek also look like they would be fun.
It was fun making fresh tracks even though I didn't get too far
The snow was super wet and dense. It was 2-3' deep in areas but I could walk on top of it while only sinking a few inches.
I went out locally and got stuck in the snow a few times so my neighbor could test his recovery gear :D On the way home found a guy in a Volt stuck in 3" of snow so pulled him out too. My neighbor...
I would go watch one of those in a heartbeat if they had one locally. Not up for putting one of my vehicles through it but if anyone needs a co-pilot I have long arms.
At least that's what I think it was. I can't really be sure since I don't speak the language, but from watching it I think the point is to find markers painted in hard to reach locations, then take...
Sounds good, 11am at Railroad Street Parking it is.
This late in planning I don't think we'll end up with too many people. Hike depends on how I'm feeling. Probably up for it but if not I'll just take a nap in my truck until you get back. I'm up...
Perfect. Let's plan on Fourmile Sunday then. I'm not too much for early rising, but can if I need to. Want to meet at 11am? Name a place, better yet post a map link to where you want to meet and...
I'm up for anything, if you have a trail in mind just let me know, don't mind driving anywhere within a few hours of Nederland. Just looking to do some wheeling this weekend and have someone else...
Based on his usage of the rest of his equipment I kinda doubt he was able to engage the lockers. Or find low range.
Seems we have our own version of Vlad the Impaler. Don't think I'll be trespassing there.
The trees over there were odd. Super tall and skinny, and packed in crazy tight.
Found someone in a no cell zone with a flat. And a flat spare. Easy fix.
Looks like it's only been used by snowmobiles lately. I fixed that.
I did Teller Divide and some of the surrounding trails today. What I learned is that all of the trails labeled closed on trailsoffroad.com really are closed, but all of the trails labeled impassible...
Looking at the situation I think they were struggling with the hardest part of the trail, it has an angled slick tree root on the right hand side and I was guessing they took a couple of tries at it...
I'm guessing they left it hooked up to keep it from sliding back down the hill but who knows really.