This is from Sunday. My other pictures from the previous day are from the cell phone, which is lousy.
When I got there Sunday morning, it was a beehive of activity. Well, ALMOST....
He looks a lot bigger, wearing all that protection.
This young one was very popular all day. Noisy, too. ( the C-A-T!)
Want to thank my co-pilots for keeping the camera busy and taking both pictures and movies.
Dusty, and it stuck to the bug juice on the windshied...
He had the patience to wait for me to drive slow... Thanks!
The big dune near the big tree... I followed the 4 wheeler... once. Decided not to tempt fate with repeated runs up the steeper parts. .
I did NOT try to follow this act
We then zipped up the pipeline "road". As if the rate of movement could be called "zip" in any fashion. The 4 wheelers went much faster. ceg was having fun.
Our mascot for the day, again. We arrived clear at the back, by the big dunes... and no quads. Miscommunication, it seems.
Incredibly steep dune, and the kids were having an absolute blast while we got the location of everyone sorted out again. Not a trace of tracks from the previous day.
Uh, yeah. Wasn't it cold in the wet part of the sand?
The big dunes and bowl...
We headed back. I followed and I was still lost. Eventually, we followed the power lines until a decision was made not to. And then we followed a "trail" back to the big dunes, and down the road (not the fenceline) back to Smith Canyon. They had to find a better way around, since I could not make the one hill. Didn't even try.
I got sunburned on my neck and part of my face.
It was VERY warm out there when the wind wasn't blowing. When it was, it was chilly.
I had a good weekend. Was great to get away from the daily grind I'm mostly stuck in.
Thanks to the EWA guys for putting it on!