Well damn, nicely done. It was really hard for me to even get out of the Bronco at the end of the day – it's gravitational pull is very strongI was by myself I just got out every chance I got specially in the spotter areas I was #2 bronco so got through ahead and parked to wait for the other 4 Broncos behind me.
Off-road racers:City Slickers at Off-Roadeo:
"Oh my goodness, look at the deer! It's amazing to be out in nature where we can see something so peaceful"
"Fucker's lucky he's not in season right now"
Ha ha, I was wondering how hot it was. I did the New Hampshire one and the weather was unbelievable. Almost everyone in my group put the top back and did the whole thing top down/windows open.It was like 102 down on the strip, but even by mid afternoon I think it was low 90s up there. The base camp and trails are pretty far up in elevation so that makes a huge difference in temp. In the afternoon were were up around 8000' feet. I did keep the air on in the Bronco the whole time and it was a soft top and did not get hot.