When off-roading out in the boondocks, I like to get back to the pavement right at dusk. This allows me to spend the maximum amount of time on the trail and it keeps me from having to air-up in the dark.
For the uninitiated, airing up is the act of refilling the tires on your jeep after an of-roading trip. While jeeping, I like to lower the air pressure in the tires to 15 PSI or so. It greatly increases traction, decreases the chance of tire damage and makes the ride a lot smoother.
As you may have figured out, I have been Jeeping in the Mojave desert for the last few days. No phone service, internet access or TV. It has been great.
I saw some amazing things, met some interesting people and had a great time. I took some interesting photos and I will try and post them tomorrow.
It's late, I have a jeep to unload and I'm tired. Until tomorrow.
Thanks for rwading,