Originally Posted by JPi1
Which line did Tonys Gen right yj take on the hard section at JB?
I didn't see because he was too far ahead of me at that point and I was feeling lazy since I didn't really know anyone, so stayed in the Jeep a lot and just relaxed.
By the 'hard section' I assume you mean the second obstacle? First obstacle after the gate where there's a line to the right and left? Since I just did JB a few weeks ago, I took the harder line to the left. Everyone else I watched did the right side. I was originally going to take the right side to not cause trouble. When I got to the obstacle, I mentioned to the trail lead that I didn't want to hold people up. He encouraged me to take the left side. Definitely harder than the right side, lots of fun though. Definitely giving my lockers a workout on that one.
I managed to high center my rear diff later in the trail. I thought it was funny because I needed a tug backwards. I could tell the guy in back of me had no idea what to do and probably hadn't done a recovery before, seemed a little overwhelmed. I directed him to pull me off the rock. He seemed to enjoy the recovery. I like to get stuck and give back to the community!
Originally Posted by LHC30
Great pics CT...You weren't the only one without long pants - yup, it was REAL cold till the sun came up again. It was fun sharing the campsite with you and your family... Mimi thinks Bob is a bad influence (re spending), But I know it's really YOU!
Mimi and I wish we had Gold Mtn on Sat, the fireroad run that was devil's hole was disappointing. The trail boss was GREAT and tried to make it more interesting after DH by running several other trails.
I did Devil's Hole last year and was also really disappointed at first. Who was your trail guide? I think mine was Bob Elhers? He made the day for a few of us. When we were done with the cul de sac that is Devi's Hole and a little bit of fire road. He asked who wanted to do something harder and we ended up doing Dishpan. Made it a great day. I still have only done Dishpan than one time. Looking forward to doing it again at the M&G.