Schnebly Hill, Mormon Lake & Stoneman Lake Roads

By Denis & Sandi Inman

There were no changes to the attendees who met at Speedway mini mart in Sedona on Tuesday. It was decided that we would air down in the parking lot since we were only traveling a few city blocks to the trail head. Schnebly Hill Road is rocky and the drivers really need to pick good lines and keep a good rhythm to prevent severe oscillation that could bring the passengers head in contact with the side window or B pillar.

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PV4W Arizona Trail Runs Day 1

By Denis & Sandi Inman

Once it was determined everyone was present at the gathering site in Cottonwood, 3 Jeep Wranglers and a Gladiator headed up the hill to Jerome. A short distance past Gold King Mine, we found a spot along Jerome-Perkinsville Road to air down. Our leaders were Ed & Janet, followed by myself and Clark. Mike & Patti drove their pickup in the Tail Gunner spot.

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Indian Pass

Drying off my Jeep

By Denis & Sandi Inman

It had rained prior to our Hypothetical Trail Run, so theoretically our Jeeps would supposedly need to be washed afterward. Since the governor has determined that car washes are one of the few essential businesses in Nevada during a pandemic, on Friday morning I was able to take my rig to one and rinse off most of the mud. In order to dry it, I took a short drive.

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Hypothetical trail ride

By Denis & Sandi Inman

Hypothetically, if our governor treated us more like citizens than subjects, rather than immediately shutting down the entire state’s economy, he would have simply told us that the COVID-19 virus is spread mainly between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6′) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. It is also conjectured that a person can get the corona virus by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes (but this is not thought to be the main way the virus spreads)*, then let us use our own judgement, intelligence and wisdom to avoid getting sick or spreading the disease.

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Two HK Road

Two HK Road

By Denis & Sandi Inman

They haven’t built a home prison that can hold Jeremy, Deanna and I. Since we were going stir crazy from being incarcerated for so long, we decided to go over the wall and do a trail run. We met at Lakeside Casino at 7:00 AM and headed out across the dry lake. Just prior to reaching the paved road, we took Two HK Rd (might be an abbreviation of Two Hawk?) Southeast into the Pahrump Valley Wilderness. There were several side roads that showed potential, but after a little investigation, weren’t quite as interesting as we had hoped.

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