The road less travelled

The road less travelled

Friday, May 15, 2015

Rainy days and Jeep Safari versus UTV Rally

Well we haven't done a whole lot the last couple of days. Why not? You ask. We thought you guys where so adventurous and out doorsy and all that junk. The reason is that there has been so much rain lately. If you want to drive and explore the area you take dirt roads out there. They quickly turn to impassable soon as it rains and we don't want to be stuck out there. And as far as hiking goes, the wash's or creeks that were dry just a couple of days ago can be water filled now. So those are our excuses for sitting in camp which brings me to my next topic.

Jeep Safari versus the UTV rally. We were here for the Jeep rally, which was very peaceful. These Jeepers would get up early in the morning and ride the trails all day and then return and do nothing. Now we are here for the UTV rally. Those are the side by side ATV type vehicles. These people get up early and drive around the campground in circles to wake thier buddies. They don't walk to other campsites, they drive, even if it is only 3 sites away. All day long you hear a steady buzzing like bee's. Then you have the ones that are constantly racing around. Go to the trails people. The camp ground is completely full. Because you have people with giant toyhaulers with UTV's in them. Then they usually have multiple groups in one campsite, so they have trucks, trailers and UTV's. The campsites are full, the roads are full of vehicles. People are actually having to back thier fifth wheels out of the park. It is crazy!

That is off my chest now. I hope that I won't do that a lot. But being stuck inside for a couple days just watching the whole thing going on is plain crazy. If you own a UTV I hope that I did not offend you and if I did, get over it. Trying to stay Frosty.

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