My Drive way...
My bud arriving for a days ride.
Brock Creek, we decided caution was the better part of valor and declined crossing it.
Aaron always ready for anything. Almost
The beast, a KLR he never really finished...
Looking off he Brock Creek Lake dam and all the water spilling out.
Brock Creek Lake in serious flood stage. That concrete overflow is at least 40' tall.
Yours Truely. on my tractor...
off exploring an unknown track through the National Forest.
Aaron having a good time...
There is a path there I promise.
At this point I was trying to determine where exactly we was on the forest map, cause the trail was on on it.
Looking down the kill and trying to decide if we was crazy for venturing down there.
Across the creek, and across the trail... Where there is a will there is a way.
Yep, we have to go through there to get around the tree.
Actually I went over and Arron went this route.
On the other side...
They mighty KLR is not so much fun in this slop lol.
Neither was the XT, but I made it a 100 yards farther than him.
Not a commercial stone to be seen.
There is lots of Family plts like this throughout the ozark National Forest.
Is it deeper than it looks??? But its the only way out unless you want to ride the slop again...
WE decided to was to cold to get wet so we turned back here.
East Fork of Illinois Bayou creek.
I have no idea who named this a Bayou.
White Oak Mountain Over Look.