Thanks for being a good sport Ricardo and leading the run for everyone. You and your experienced crew had things nicely under control.
I was able to go at the last minute as long as I could return mid afternoon. So Rudy was flexible enough to meet me early so we could leave the cemetery at 8:30.
There was enough snow to have fun even though there was an extremely hard crust on top to to deal with. We were able to have fun playing at the traditional playground spot. Then Steve and I made it up near the base of Yankee Hill at timberline where we encountered a very large deep drift. Steve barely made it up on top of the drift and tip towed across. I couldn't get up it and had to winch from Steve's rig after he finished winching himself out of the next drift. Then we explored the top. It looked like a easy decent into Alice. But it was still early so we went back down at met the main group at the middle parking lot.
1 and 2. Rudy and I stuck at the same time near the top.
3. At the top. Steve rig looks like it smiling at the JadeRunner
4. Play hill that we couldn't quite make it up. Perhaps the others did later?
Scott Yoder KD0DHP
2000 4Runner, 2.5" lift on 33's, locked, geared & armored.
Last edited by JadeRunner; 11-08-2009 at 07:52 PM.