I figure there must be a better way in there than what we took. Thankfully it was only a mile of treachery, and not nearly as bad coming out because we knew what to expect. Scary prospect when you're headed in with that much in tow and have no idea of what lies around the corner. At the half mile point, we stopped, off loaded a quad and I took off to scout. I found that camp and the death shelf further up and decided we could just plop it down in the first camp site. It worked out very well, we were all by ourselves, and no one messed with us. It's a fairly busy road though, to my surprise. Popular with the campers at PE Park.
I would probably do it again, because I know what to expect now. Although, you are miles from the La Porte trails and I almost ran out of gas on the way back. I want to find a place on the other side to set up and ride that half. Oh, and a fuel pack is in order apparently.
And I completely understand.MrBill wrote:See why I have that 10 gallons hanging on the back
It was a bit unnerving seeing my fuel gauge (rub rub) flashing "FUEL" at me every 2 seconds. I never kicked it over to reserve, but I was ready at any moment.
I'll be ordering a Kolpin pack very soon.
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