Yeup, I will handily admit that was my first real 4.5 trail. It was pretty sick out there and it being at night made the falls look even taller. Got home at about 2 a.m. sunday morning and went to sleep with the sound of Joe's voice yelling DRIVE IT....DRIVE IT.......OH SHIT STOOOOOOOOP.
This trail was a blast. I had seen some pretty good rock gardens before, but never the water falls of this magnitude. This trail isn't called Axle Alley for nothing. I did get a bit frustrated once and almost let the trail bite me. Some wet directional tires, almost pitch black and wet ground put me in a position that I didn't want to be in. But L I B driving that second fall with out a strap or cable was just about the coolest thing I've done in my rig. I still have yet to roll mine over so I don't know exactly the point that it's going over. So everytime I think the damn thing is going over but I keep at it and it just powers thru.
Thanks again to Joe and Jim for the run, and Joe I need to get that 4:1 from Ron, but I just found out he lives at 107th Ave. DAMN!!!! Hackle, your Yellow Top is all nice and charged up for ya also. However these guys are talkin smack about finally getting me out on the trail. But this was the first time they'd gotten me on a trail of this level (I always refused to take my junk on trails that it wasn't remotely ready for).
Blu, Personally I thought sitting on the spare tire was almost the highlight of the night. Until we got to the second water fall, and then the third waterfall. Not gonna say ther pucker factor wasn't rising, but it was definitely BAD ASSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!
Oh, and PS Jim and Joe aren't BSing about that water. It was the nastiest water I'd ever had to drive thru.