The trail was rocky and very steep in many areas. Tracy made it about 1.5 miles in and had to head back to the trail head with one of her co-workers. I didn't want to be shown up by five women, so I held out for the 4.5 miles and was hurting big time by the time we made it back to the trail head.
The view from the trail was great and there were lots of hikers, bikers and runners on the trail, I was amazed.
One of the downsides of owning an older RV is that you have to have an emissions test every year to get it registered. I always get a little concerned when it is time for emissions, because Iris sits all summer long. Although I use gas stabilizer, I am always concerned that we might not make it through emissions, which could result in expensive repairs and a delay to our camping season.
Well the good news is that Iris passed again this year with flying colors. All of the emission results were considerably below standards. The inspectors checked Iris over from top to bottom, almost like they couldn't believe the results. But the results are what they are and I am happy to say that our camping season is off to a great start.
I hope your weekend is going great and please join me in keeping those in the path of Hurricane Sandy in your thoughts and prayers for safety. Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your weekend.