So Saturday is a full day of riding. We wake up and have some bacon and eggs. We go for a small ride, I didnt bring my camera. We invented a new term. It's called doing a Natalie. Basically you accomplish a hard task, such as a hill climb and once you reach the easy part, you fall down. So Natalie did a Natalie a couple times. So we ride into town and eat at a Mexican joint. Decent food. Natalie fell over in some mud on the way back to camp. She said something was wrong with the throttle. I test road the bike. Gas was in her vent tube on the carb. I just added the Y mod and pointed them both up in the air. We rerouted it to drain the gas and it worked fine again. I test rode the bike again with Klaus. So Klaus, he has a DR350. Bike is great, except for his rear tire. It is basically a slick. Me helping him pick up his bike after binning it due to the tire. Trail was to steep, so I leaned Natalies bike against the cliff. He crashed the most and they were all basically because of the tire. Klaus and I go scouting for some good roads for Natalie. I managed to find the biggest mud puddle and smash through it. The trails are rated at the park. We run into a trail called gorman. It is the highest difficulty and it is bike only (not atvs). It wasnt that hard, just dont fall over. Here is Klaus' rear tire. A video of how he usually crashes. We go back and pick up Natalie and David and take them down the nice wide road we found. David splits off to take care of some business (remember the Mexican lunch?) We decide to try some intermediate trails with Natalie. They were tough, but Natalie did great. I couldnt get a good picture, with or without flash. We head back to camp and cook and sleep annnnnnd drink.