Nice pics FZJ, its even better that I've been there once before.
I'm going to have to head down to Tahuya again once I get my lift and tires on. And Sliders will be soon to follow. I did part of the North side of the loop stock with the rear locked in some spots. Very Fun!
Did others on the trail also think you were a little crazy taking such a "large" truck on those trails?
I have a Nikon D200 and D70, my new Xterrains tires worked great, love em! As far as the size of my rig to my amazement the fjCruiser guys I was with actually thought I had an advantage because my rig "was so much more narrow than there's" Had to check the facts on that when I got home, and as I thought there not, think it's just the tall stance of my rig that through off there perception! I would recommend the south loop to anyone in the area for a great fun run with only a couple tight spots and plenty of axle twisting holes! loved it! -Ken
there were some comments/questions about camera equipment and I do have to say that having good quality body/lenses helps, but it also takes talent to run the camera... completements to the camera operator(s) for having done such a good work