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I unfortunately forgot my camera on this trip but in keeping with I tradition thought I would start this thread for everyone to post their pictures and videos here on the Off Road page.

Here is the video shot by Tom R - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N619TfYNehc

After watching this video, you can view Toms previous videos from our adventures of past years as they pop up in the YouTube menu.
 

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I just wanted to thank everyone again. I had a great time and I can't believe how incredibly welcome you all made me feel. Here is a picture I got before lunch. Also does anyone have Roys contact info or does he come on here? He had taken some pictures that I wanted to see.
 

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I was going to edit some of these, to get better close ups of each truck flexing going into the tunnel. However, I thought I would just leave them raw and let you all take what you want and edit as you want.


























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Sunrise over Hector Heights. All I got. I really need a new Hero battery

 

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HH SVRA - bonanza gulch

This small creek is a fun one. I was able to catch a little of this.
https://youtu.be/Y5IIOfe-cO0

Bonanza Gulch is a fun trail overall. there were a lot of deep ruts throughout the park from all of the winter rains. ::smile::
 

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Thanks for all the great pictures and video Tom!

For those that were not present.... we backed into the spot above! That allowed the turn around on top to remain open for the Syncro De Mayo guys and other folks to be able to turn around.

GREAT JOB CREW!!
 

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I still have yet to figure out how the Yota ended up on in that situation.

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Sorry for being such a tortoise about posting my pics... You guys know I'm not usually this bad. I'm full of excuses but I'll spare you.

Here are my contributions...

This is how my Saturday morning started. I lost a valve while deflating my tires. It's still in Hollister somewhere; we weren't able to find it. Fortunately RikRong had a replacement along with a tool to install it. (I've now added this to my off road kit.)




After I aired 3 tires down and 1 tire up, it was time to hit the trails. I didn't take nearly as many pictures as I normally do, but here's the best of what I got.
























By the way, THANK YOU @BCBrian, @R00 and @tomr for the birthday gifts!
 

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Interesting line, yeah?

I took some pics, but this week has been hectic and I have not had an opportunity to go through them yet. I will get them posted as soon as I can.
I'm sure the Yota went something like this:
"I wonder if that boulder is as wide as the wheels on my rear axle? If not I have a pretty strong drive shaft and pumpkin. With almost no weight in the back, I should just pop right over it."
 

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Since I use the ARB EZ Deflator like Jen, I confirmed that my ARB Tire Plug kit includes 4 valve cores and a core tool. Good to know in case I have the same issue.
 

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My knockoff deflator hasn't been seating my cores fully, I just have a little core tool with me and tighten them up when I remove the deflator. Usually get two full turns out of them at least.
 
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