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Saturday, June 8, 2013


The "Farmers" are up for their annual fishing trip and they decided to forgo the fishing one day for an all day 4 wheeler run guided by Ron.  I wasn't about to let them go without me so with their permission, I went along for the ride.  And what a ride it was.  We met the guys at Grand Falls Camp, where they were staying, at 9:30am and were on our way shortly after that.  Ron was in his Rhino and Rejean rode with him and they lead the way.  We followed the hydro line back behind Kynoch and just enjoyed the ride.  Along one trail there was a tomb stone dedicated to a beloved "Chelsey".  We passed quite a few beautiful lakes and streams.  One lake had the bridge you see in the bottom 2 pictures.  I made it across successfully as did everyone else.  This was an easy one compared to the one I will post tomorrow.  THAT was an adventure in itself as you will see.
There was different terrain along the trails - some very easy and some very difficult.  Rocks that you had to traverse very carefully.  I kept up with the big guys except one place where they had to lift my 250 Honda 4Trax over a log.  But that was the only time I needed help.  And dusty!!!!!  You had to keep a distance between you and the person in the lead because you couldn't see or breathe - I still feel as tho I have a ton of sand in my eyes.
There were a lot of "pit stops" along the way.  The guys were afraid they were going to run out of beverages and we didn't know where the closest beer store was :op
We finally arrived back home at 5pm, tired and dusty.  But I saw some lakes I had never seen before - beautiful lakes the color of the Caribbean and lots of streams I am going to be going back to.
Ron is the best guide ever.  He knows this area like the back of his hand and knew how to impress the guys.  They bought him a case of beer to show their appreciation.
See Ya Bye


Meagan Beavers said...

Ron is an awesome guide! He took me out once, and I had the time of my life!

Anonymous said...

so glad you got to go along-ss

Anonymous said...

what an awesome day; once again great job Ron !