Saturday, March 19. This is going to be a little different. It is a new trail that the club has never run before, so there is a possibility of the unexpected. We think it will be 'Stock Friendly' for the most part, as it is an old 'J' class road. It will be a full day, so we will meet at the Irving in Granville Ferry, just east of the Annapolis Causeway on Hwy 1, for a 10:30 departure. I will be leaving the Irving Big Stop in New Minas at 9:00 for anyone that wants to convoy. This run is for anyone that wants to wheel their Jeep and 'Explore Nova Scotia our way'.
Larry D Haight '05 WK Limited, Hemi, OME HD coils, JBA front UCAs, 32s, K&N, Magna-Flow, JustaBilt rails, 4xGuard armour, Superchip, Rola Rack, SmittyBilt Comp-Air, (RTI Score:679) '05 WK Laredo, 4.7, stock, needs TLC
The trail run was excellent. It's always fun to try something new. We had rigs from Yarmouth to Halifax and everyone had fun. One section of alders became a bit annoying after a bit but that was the only negative of the day. Much of the run was on an old 'J' class road, and very stock friendly, but we did find a couple of detours that added to the adventure. A washed out box culvert, 8' deep, was a deterrent and we decided not to risk crossing, so we back tracked and headed out. Lots more to explore in this area in the future. Pics on Facebook.