Some pictures from the last meeting at my shop and the annual toy drive
Setting up shop and making the instructional video for a Warn Coil over on a Cruiser
Pics from McNabb
This red cruiser is probably the cleanest cruiser I've ever seen.
Bob Hollingsworth's troopie
Notice Hardin and Pat with a beer
Some action shots from Slick Rock
Forest's truck did awesome on the trails. On one night run on trail 2 he took the most spectacular line on the top rock I've ever seen and pulled it off. And as all of us in Little Rock know, Forest's head is big enough, to add to it's girth his truck won the Officer's Choice award and then the ego- megalomaniac didn't even props my shop where he built it. Forest your rental price for my bays is going way up!
Some action shots from The Bottom of 2
Miscellaneous and packing up
Nice truck from Florida owned by Jim Harangody
Some idiot ran Dave off the road and caused his rig to roll over
The waterfall at night
Sadly it had to end and we had to pack the trucks away
Okay I have to start this years round up with the single greatest event at GSMTR this year.
Dennis in a daze, Edwin working his way up rollover, Forest prepping for his finale and Hello are u in there.
A whole row devoted to The Spanky Mobile.
We got some air, Blaize with a tea bottle in his head, This dude accidently engaged his line locks and we thought he broke everything, Nick is his sweet turbo truck, Heading out to the plains to load up.
A good view, both the line up and the vista, Pics of Edwin's and Jason's rig and a Bad ass FJ80 from Texas
Spanky going up Concrete Hill, apparently he caused some concern here. The rock garden is the making
Driver's meeting. Registration. Tamara styling. One of the easy trails. Nice far off view
The Friday evening dinner at Coy's Steakhouse
Cool pic on the left and more from the Rock Garden
Dinner and the Ramble. The gang lining up for the last day.
Drivers getting their safety instructions
and the wagons assemble
If Rufus can do it...
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Sunday, December 19, 2010