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#1 A DOG

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 10:15 AM

We went to do some spring wheelin. All pics all taken on land that we know the owner. First we had to stop at a friends house and help them finish a yota. So here a little yota line up pic.
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Then off we were. at the trail head.
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Then we got a ways up the trail then at the first hill climb the gray yota blew the clutch so we had to leave it and continue on. Heres the first spot we stopped to smoke and shoot some guns. had a fun mud and rock climb. Sexy pose!
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Then we found a sweet creek with some rocks in it so we dropped in. My passenger side dropped off the rock and I used my rock sliders for the first time!yay. I also got stuck. Damn open diffs. 4.88s and detroits are next.
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Because of were barnaby hooked up the tow rope it tor my bumper off a little. I have it on video but its gonna be a few days til I can upload videos of this trip. Its hard to tell but it did bend forward a bit.
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Then we went down the trail to find some snow drifts.
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And here it is. Snow drift land. this group of trees holds in these snow drifts every year til mid june. Lots of fun. Like driving on mars
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Turbo yota going for it!
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In this pic you can see how tall this drift was. the ground is at the bottom of the pic. About 15ft tall. The hotties are just drawn to my truck.:fawkdancesmiley:
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We climbed all around these drifts for a while. I have it on video but you'll have to wait.
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Good thing i didn't turn right when I got up here. Big drop!
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Turbo yota trying the vert hill.
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Barnaby basically jumped his truck up this vert climb to the top!
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I let barnaby drive my 4runner out of the drift land so I could get some pics.
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before we left barnaby just had to play around on these drifts a little.
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#2 Rooinater

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 02:43 PM

looks like you guys had fun!

#3 Spiffy

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Posted 16 May 2007 - 02:45 PM

holy huge snowdrifts, batman!

seriously, I don't think I've ever seen a snow drift that tall, especially one that was solid enough to drive up on... crazy!

looks like a lot of fun though...




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#4 A DOG

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:10 AM

holy huge snowdrifts, batman!

seriously, I don't think I've ever seen a snow drift that tall, especially one that was solid enough to drive up on... crazy!--Spiffy


yep and these snow drifts stay around til mid june.:banana: Lots of fun. I climbed on them last year with my lifted suby it was a blast. But you need wide tires for snow drifts.:rolleyes:

#5 Turbone

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:49 AM

Cool pics:cool:
We have drifts here too, but none that big or for that long.

#6 darlingchip

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 09:18 AM

Awesome pics. It looks like a lot of fun!




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