My late Saturday night 8pm arrival.
My loaded jeep with the newly added 2.5" Teraflex lift. Woot!
Chris and Bob making some awesome chedder & onion burgers and steaks.
Last minute repairs to suspension, fuel cell, winch, and cameras.
Race Day morning!
Michael crawled out of bed, just in time to shock me with his chicken legs. Notice the location of his hands. This picture was snapped 1 second before he dropped his boxers. Yeah... that's an image that is burned into the back of my eyeballs. I wish I could "unsee" that.
Several of the other competitors
Alan sporting his serious face, while thinking "Man, I sure could use a Monster right now and man, my feet are cold. I can't feel my toes!"
They guys next to us, with the GIANT Lincoln welders. They told me that Lincoln donated 3 of these monsters to them to use at each pit stop. Along with 3 plasma cutters and all he shabang that goes with welding! Lucky dogs!
We realized that Alan may not see us at PIT 2, since we didn't have any signage. Mike had the "wonderful" idea of using Philly Cream Cheese on my back window. Now, all my stuff smells like cream cheese.
Michael spent most of the time (at Pit 2) climbing ridges, trying to get the best photo angles for Alan's arrival. The dude sprinted those rocky hills better than a Taliban warrior/billy goat half-breed. He's either all tuckered out... or the RV was running and he passed out because he's laying next to the exhaust pipe.
Yeah. Fun times! Thanks for inviting me to join the festivities!
Last edited by 2ndchance; 02-06-2012 at 10:15 PM.
2009 4-door JK - 85% daily driver, 15% hunting vehicle, 100% fun!
It's better to be prepared, than scared.
Mailman by day, Gun Nut by night.
NRA Certified Instructor - 5 disciplines.