Sunday Trail Run

By Jeep Experts

While attending the eleventh Annual Chili Poker Run on Nov. sixth, my good friend Joe Ruby requested me if I needed to exit the next day and see some Indian ruins within the Southern Bradshaw Mountains.  Not desirous to waste alternative to see some Arizona historical past, I promised I might meet up with him at 8:30 the subsequent morning, able to go.

Here are just a few images of our run for that day.  Joe led me again into the mountains till my Jeep (and me for that matter) couldn’t go any additional.  He then had me climb on board his CJ-7 (okay, so he has just a few extra goodies in his) and took me up a path he has traveled a number of instances earlier than.  Here are just a few photographs from that day.


First cease was the Indian ruins.  You can see a part of the partitions that had been constructed a whole bunch of years in the past.

Joe stands close to the sting of the ruins, excessive atop a mesa.  These individuals had a phenomenal view.

Joe snapped a shot of me by one of many stone partitions.

A gap was craved into the stone flooring and used to grind the grain into flour.  You can see the dimensions of it in comparison with the 1 liter water bottle.

Another shot of the stone partitions, all that continues to be of this way back village.

Further down the path and approach up a mountain, Joe checks out the path.

This is a gauging station, which is used to measure the extent of the water within the creek or river through the moist season.  I didn’t have time to test it out to see precisely the way it works, however I’ll the subsequent time I’m within the space.

From the place Joe is standing (within the picture above), that is the path main up, up, and away!  Believe it or not, it will get steeper a bit additional up.

Joe and I name this the Little Grand Canyon.  This little creek has lower its approach by means of the bedrock, on its solution to a close-by lake. 

Our rides, parked close to the Little Grand Canyon.  Joe’s CJ-7 sports activities about an 80:1 crawl ratio, whereas I’ve to limp by with 39:1.  Hence, we parked mine and used his on a 4 rated path earlier that day.
See also  11th Annual Chili Poker Run

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