The beginning of last week was terrible. I got some sort of throat infection and I slept most of Tuesday and Wednesday. It was nice to have a break from work, but I hated to sit inside and rest. Anyway, Thursday was the annual family picture in Oneida and as always it was…. well its always the same.
In the afternoon Darby (my cousin) and I took our boys out for an adventure. We hiked around the Big South Fork, threw rocks in the river, and generally had a fun time. It was cool to expose my son to what Darby and I did a kids. Later in the evening my Dad, my uncle and I took the Cruiser out to explore some old 4wd trails. We found some dandys. I was having way more fun that Jim and my Dad. They seemed nervous. But the Cruiser had it well under control. I wanted to turn around and climb what we descended, but we ran out of light and headed back on the road.
On Friday Poston, Webb, James, Josh and I worked on the campground loop trail up at Windrock. We have a good plan for this winter and the trail is shaping up very nicely.
Saturday we headed over to Windrock for what turned out to be an excellent day of DHing. The air temps were a little cold, but the trails were in fine shape. The crew consisted of Joey, Josh, James, a couple from APP State, Todd, and of course the Louisiana boys. What a great day.
Sunday Meghann and I headed off to off-road in Windrock. She drove us up 22 and I tried my skills at Trail 13 and 12. 12 had us scrapping axles and a getting in a little over our heads. A lift and some slider protection will help, but we’ll need Roger on this one.