hey jon- this is where i try and camp. very comfortable. right on the river.
obligatory photo of the tubs.
i covered varying terrain.
descriptions i've read about the b riley mention driving on baseball sized rocks- true. they don't say much about the basketball, watermelon, suitcase, washing machine, or refrigerator sized ones. nevada has some very good scenery also.
i ended up back tracking this time. doesn't usually happen that way.
tagon- spritzed suzi with the pressure washer. she's at least 100lbs lighter and shiny in places. haven't discovered any trail damage that wasn't there before. i'm gonna have to measure this off pavement run. could be useful info for a future expedition. my little coleman stove croaked on me sunday morning. wouldn't pump up- some valvething down in the pump chamber. must fix or replace. mabe a pull-out 2burner for the chuck wagon. plumbed to the tank and on slideout rails....... no- but mabe the 2burner. no- i take too much crap and the single burner is fine. i'm thinking of a firebox though. any experience with that sorta thing? i was never into big fires anyway- have to find too much wood.
did some cypherin' -- only 38mi. off pavement ths run. felt longer. i should do something about the seat. my right leg keeps going knumb.
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