Well the Big Adventure THREE is still going strong, but I had to bug out and miss the camping and Sunday ride, but I took lot's of pics of the Saturday ride, so I thought I'd get busy uploading and start a ride report. There were lot's of cameras and lot's of pictures, but I'll start it off with mine. (Ride report and pics dedicated to Willy-B since he was not there I tried to take lot's of pics!) We gathered together at the super secret meeting spot and got a bit of a late start, but I believe there were 19 bikes that blasted off about 9:00 Saturday morning. Here's some pics of the pre-ride gathering... Section 2 that used to be section 1 provided the first skill test and only good hydro-x-ing of the day... After the water crossing we took the first break to rest a bit and have some fellowship... Next we made our way over to some power lines and the second skill test. The hill was optional and some (I'm not naming names!) riders elected to stay at the top and watch the really gonzo crazy riders ride down the steep hill (pics don't do it justice) just to turn around and ride back up it. everyone made it up with one slip-up and good save by the Pit-B... Doesn't look so bad from the bottom... or from the top! but it was a pretty nice hill! Next was Whissenhunt ORV Park, well I think all these were from Wissenhunt! Wissenhunt provided lot's of the three Rs (Rocks, Roots, and Ruts) and BIG gnarly HILLS! I think this was the hill they call the Last Man Standing! and it did take down a few good men... Time to take a nice long break after the nice-n-gnarly trails at Whissenhunt... After Wissenhunt we slabbed it over to Dales, well we almost made it to Dales, but had to stop and change the only flat tire of the day. There is some speculation that the valve stem was ripped by an awesome supermoto turn on the slab. I didn't see it, but the report was that it was REALLY sick! Next we headed up Canada Creek for some more of the Three Rs, a BIG log, with a ramp made by Hobbits, and a NICE overlook, and a SICK rocky downhill back to the slab... Just a short ride on the slab brought us to the little tent village set up at TWO. Time for some different 3Rs, resting, relaxing, and recuperating! followed by a dip in the pool, a nice meal, and some time to tell tall tales... I had to call it a day, so I mounted up and headed down the mountain from Suches to Dahlonega and on to Dawsonville. The End!