This ride was surely one of great challenges...what with monumental trees dashed across the path, deepened water crossings to come, it made for quite a large ride time...

before this starting view of the ride to be shown, we spent good bit of time piling wood in front of each of the downed timber which speckled the roadway...normally we would just head to our right, down the bayou and across to the other side, then back again and around the trees...that said, the water was of volume enough to know that it was not passable and therefore we needed to have a go at dashing across...emphasis on dashing mind you...

in view in the non-rolled over image, one REVerend Jimenez makes way across the first log with fair ease...

in the second rolled over image, Steve managed to capture an image of me barely hanging tight the scoot which if lies be known, might have spit me off to the side and on me arse...fortunately the camera needed batteries so the most incremenating pic could not be acquired...bliss after all...

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sordid digi cam photographer: REVerend Jimenez
in view

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