Gather round kiddies for a story. Check that no time for stories, but will throw together some pics and comments of our recent trip to Tumbler Ridge to a trail that hadn't seen trucks in like 20 or 30 year based on some of the trees growing on the road, and only quad use, but looks like they hadn't gone past the river crossing past the falls in like 2 or 3 years cause there was grass growing in a lot of their tracks. Man we did a lot of bush wacking, road building, and we definately stepped it up even past the next level. Enough nail biting narrow erroded off camber (tight enough for a quad) with a big revene to tumble into to last me a wheeling season. But hey we will probably go back August long, cause that area is so awsome, words can not describe, and that trail has every thing from rock crawling, bush wacking, river crossing, mud bogging, to severe bush wacking. And the entire way is surrounded by wicked mountain views, while all the time being pretty creepy as it is through a huge valley that was burned a long time ago. Anyway here a few pics from the start.