My favorite canyon road is on fire again:
In my previous post, I had mentioned that Number 15 is modified. Which is... true. From the outside, the car doesn’t look that modified, save for the wheels, but underneath, there has been quite a bit of work done to it. Funny enough, the car seems to reject any parts that are purchased second hand, allowing only new…
Hi all! I’ve decided to move my posts about track and canyon driving here. As such, expect semi-regular posts about tarmac performance project vehicles and activities (canyon runs and trackdays) here. I’m excited!
We woke up to a clear, snow covered, and very cold morning.
One thing about camping that’s always a little bit amazing to me is how you just wake up naturally. I normally sleep in, but out there I get up shortly after dawn.
Over Christmas, my family and I headed to Las Vegas and then Death Valley. Afterwards, I stayed for an extra two days to camp and hit some trails with my friends, who were joining me as my family was leaving.
Two weekends ago, a couple friends and I decided to go check out Chimney Peak by way of the Mojave Desert. We headed out on Saturday morning, my friends in their FJ Cruiser and Tacoma, and myself in my Forester. Yes, a crossover.
While this blog has been dormant in the last couple months, I can say that it's going to get a lot busier. To kick things off, I just moved back to Los Angeles this past weekend. While most people use U-Hauls to move, I managed to pack what was needed into a compact Mazda 3 hatchback.
Pat (a fellow CanyonRat) and I, as well as a bunch of our friends, attended a Streets of Willows trackday on 12/6. A week later, I'm still suffering from track withdrawal and desperately want to go back.