You're a curmudgeon, but you're our curmudgeon.I can't remotely even daydream about running all the BoH trails, which is why I've narrowed it down to Bear Wallow and Rausch Creek. If I do get a Badge of Honor, it will probably be at one of those parks.
I'm probably too antisocial and curmudgeonly to ever go to either destination though. They sound crowded. If I liked crowds, I would just go to the mall.
You're a curmudgeon, but you're our curmudgeon.
That sounds like a winning plan, actually. I've been meaning to get back up to PA for years, and see if you guys ever finished any of the road construction .If you need a trail buddy, PM me. I might be able to accommodate you. I have a pair of FRS radios and it's a two-vehicle minimum per trail outing, anyway.
I am on the verge of cashing in on alllll my spending limits to buy a computer capable of doing a more presentable job of rendering 4k video. In the meantime, this crap is a good representation of my local trail:Am I running a 3 or a 7 every weekend? Would you have fun on my trail, or find it a boring waste of your road trip? It's an interesting question.
I recently wheeled the Northwest ORV park and Hidden Falls. Both are considered in the hill country of Texas….I believe, but I am no Texas expert.My ultimate trail to run is the Black Bear Pass. I would also like to run Engineer and Ophir. I very seriously doubt that we have any near me here in Texas. In the Hill country maybe.
Thanks for that information.
ATVs, side-by-sides and certain motorcycles all qualify as OHVs. It's their exclusion that makes Rausch ORP a pleasant place to visit for Jeepers.Rausch, while expensive, is a lot of fun. Best part is it only allows OHVs so you won’t have a million quads or bike zipping around either.