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Labor day weekend at Fordyce Lake with the 4Runner.
Posted 10 September 2009 - 01:46 AM
We camped at the lake, and I only took the trail as far as the first water crossing. The creek was flowing above average and i didn't want to risk crossing the river, so I just played around all weekend going back and forth from camp to the river... and watching all the other built up rigs do their thing.
Here are a few pix, but the rest can be found here: http://gallery.campk...p?g2_itemId=345
And here is a shot of the lake, from our campsite:
And here are a few pix of the trail leading to the river & 1st crossing. I was the one taking the pix, and unfortunately nobody got pix of my 4Runner running this trail.
You can find all the trail pix here: http://gallery.campk...hp?g2_itemId=29
It was a ton of fun! Some of the first real crawling I have got to do in the 4Runner, and she did great. I went easy on her, and she treated me kind on the drive home. The trail is more than a 90min drive each way... but she hauled all my camping gear up there and back, and did roughly 18miles of hard-core trails all weekend long.
Posted 10 September 2009 - 09:36 AM
Posted 10 September 2009 - 03:35 PM
ARB swapped from the Brat
Now I am jealous! A front locker would make things about 5x easier. But I watched Toyotas walk through stuff with open fronts, and pass broken Yeeps
Posted 10 September 2009 - 05:52 PM
Posted 10 September 2009 - 06:49 PM
Definatly look into a highsteer if you ever want to try to push rocks out of the way with your tires.
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