Past Trail Rides of 2-Big Broncos 4x4 Club
|Our Beach Arrival.||On the beach running through the surf!||Our first sand stuck of the day.|
Beautiful Kassie climbing
on the beach 'log fort'.
Styling on the beach....
Miranda and the 44" bogger.
Noon time and picnic on the
beach for lunch.
|Shooting the breeze.||Enjoying everyone's company.||Berne throwing a little sand around.|
About 10:40am orso, we met up with Berne and "Toyota" Joe...they had been camping. We had talked with Kurt and he was about an hour away, so we decided to make a run up the beach. The Broncos started in a line, then some got creative and started splashing in the water. Chad really put on a show for us. We got to the end of the beach and decided to turn around and head back to this "beach fort", made of driftwood and stuff that washed up on shore.
|Bob in his 1983 Bronco.||Chad in his Half-Breed Bronco... showing off.||Kyle in his 1994 Bronco.|
We decided to drive down to the sand and wait for the rest. While we waited we talked and Randy passed out some awesome black and gold plaques with a lighthouse that had inscribed....
On our way back, Steve and Bill got there trucks stuck in the dunes. They were able to get unstuck by themselves. We proceeded to head back to the fort. That's where everyone talked, relaxed, played in the sand, played on the fort structure and just had fun. About noon, Kurt, Rade, Dan and Angela showed up. That's when some went off for lunch at the Oyster House and others hung around the fort and/or played in the water and sand with their trucks, especially Chad, Kurt's son, Randy's son and Dan's son.
|Nick throwing a little beach sand.||Rade in his father's 1983 Bronco.||Randy (the coordinator) and bob at the log fort location.|
Around 3pm or 4pm, Kurt and family, his friend w/the suburban/Steve/Anne, Berne/Amber/Friend, Nick/wife, me/Bob/Jessica, Chad, Toyota Joe, Carey and Tracey all headed to the mud pit. As we were heading there, Chad put on another show for us in the water...he caught a wave and his license plate came flying off. Also, there was a truck (not part of the Bronco club) that was stuck in the sand dunes. A couple of helpful Bronco buddies stopped and helped them out.
|Chad having a great time in the sun and surf!||Chad's custom 460 power plant.||Chad's Half-Breed custom Bronco with a Super-runner steering system.|
We proceeded to the mud pit and this place was awesome...it was wall to wall (well, tree to tree) mud. There were only a few spots for people to stand and watch. Seven trucks went rip roaring through the mud...Chad was the leader making sure the mud was safe for everyone. Ken got stuck, so Nick had to help him out. Chad's tire got punctured, so him and Toyota Joe went to get it fixed. We continued for an hour, when 3 boys from town stopped and told us, there was rumor that someone had put nails in the mud. We all decided to stop and head to a car wash to inspect our tires. Kurt got 2 nails, Toyota Joe got 3 and of course, Chad got 1. The rest of us managed to not get any. Kurt and Chad washed their trucks, while the rest of us wanted to show off our "fun".
|Anne taking her Bronco 1992 Bronco XLT nose down into the deep mud.||Berne playing in the mud, making a few waves too.||Chad in the mud, having no problems with traction.|
|A chance for the kids to drive. Drivers ed in the mud.||Got mud?||That is one BIG Bronco cleanup job!|
That's about when we all went our separate ways, some went back to the beach, some went home, some went to the campsite and us...the Kennedy's, we went back to our hotel and had McD's for dinner while watching the sunset along with the Isaaquah High School Marching Band practice for the Long Beach parade on Sunday.
|Two nails, two tires gone flat... bummer!||Drivers ed!! Hold on... Slow down... Watch that tree!||There is the owner and driver of this nice Bronco!|
Trail Length - 50 miles of open beach
Bob Kennedy - 1986 XLT BroncoKurt Hartsig - firstname.lastname@example.org
1986 XLT Bronco