EastCoastTrooper wrote:Pretty cool. Also...jealous of the terrain some of you guys have to play on.
Well, we had to drive from Minnesota to get there, but we are closer than you for sure.
So the question is...was that rain heading toward you or away from you?
Mountain weather is weird. You can't see it in the picture but off to the right it was raining all day, but the rain was evaporating when it reached the basin you see in the pic. In this picture of our campsite on the mountaintop you can see the rain in the distance. Later in the evening the rain did reach us.
And the next day, we got hailed on by a thunderstorm. Here it is moving in (we are at about 9000 feet, lots of lightning, pretty exciting)
Then the hail started, not large fortunately, but it built up quickly on my hood
95 Trooper LS - 4" lift, 35" tires, 5.38 gears, ARB lockers
Indy4x Revolution 3.07:1 low range gears, Indy4x HD tie rods, homemade sway bar disconnects, Calmini HD sway bars, Darlington diff drop, OME 929 coil springs + 1" poly spacers and 1" body lift, Indy4x HD torsion bars, Indy4x HD rear axle links, Indy4x Kevlar brake lines, ARB bullbar, custom rear bumper with swing-out dual jerry can carrier, rock sliders, Sears Platinum Group 31 battery, ARB mini-compressor, Indy4x kevlar air lines, Warn M8000 winch, Blue Sea 6006 winch cutoff switch, Yaesu FT-1900R 2-meter ham radio, Larsen MHW-150C 1/2 wave antenna, Cobra 18WXST CB radio, Firestik II CB antenna, IPF driving lights, generic fog lights, two (2) Blue Sea auxiliary fuse panels, sleeping platform, and outofrshell Dave's custom 1" shifter extension. (I actually typed this list as a joke but people seem to like it.)