PELFREYBILT Arizona Campout/Sheep's Bridge - February 17th-19th, 2017
We were lucky enough to be invited to the official
Arizona Campout at Sheep's Bridge
Even though the only thing I currently have from Pelfreybilt is a t-shirt, koozies, trasharoo, and some stickers haha, BUT I'm working on convincing Mr.
himself to build some fancy new Tundra parts!
As a previous customer and close friend, I can say they really take care of their customers and build not only high quality grade, but also very aesthetically pleasing bumpers and modifications for the Tacoma and 4runners! I can only imagine what they would do for our Tundras... Back to the awesome campout, it was prep time and I always get excited gathering all my camping gear to run equipment checks! This trip in particular I was prepping my full loadout of the "pew pew" toys
A common chore nowadays is loading the truck the night before and having to park it fully loaded in my garage since we live in Tucson, and you cant trust a single damn person to respect your property around here.... Already had a couple things stolen out of my driveway.
Atleast Tron still fits in the garage for now....just barely..
The next morning we got up super early to meet @JTS2014TACO in Phoenix and try to lock down a good spot for the big campout. I think these gassing up pics are growing on me...atleast when I'm taking them its fun to look at how clean the trucks are before going off grid
Obligatory picture driving up Cave Creek Road. We're in AZ so whenever I see running water I must stop and take pics.... Thanks to @JTS2014TACO for rubbing it in, yes I need lights....and he has ALL THE LIGHTS!
Important to note here too, this was raging the day we left after all the rain that weekend!
Stopped again along the road for more pics
Definitely need to fix this bro lean with my camping loadout
First to camp and locked down the best spot!
It was beautiful outside too, little overcast and about 70 in the sun....little did we know that was about to change pretty soon haha.
Just as the group starting rolling in, so were the clouds @mh.meier
Didn't stop us from making margaritas tho! :cheers: #coolestcooler
Now with the rain picking up and temps dropping it was time to cuddle up by the fire. We were in for a long rainy night!:rain:
Next morning it was drizzling and perfect out, for me anyway. The desert becomes a whole new oasis in the rain...so I took some pics!
Heading out for what would be a very long mudding trip!
You could say it rained non stop all weekend....
We then proceeded toward I-17 and the Bloody Basin Exit since we had planned for another trip to Sedona....but it turns out we had to back track about 40 miles since we could not get passed this......... Yes they made it through somehow and there is video of this floating around *pun intended*:rofl:
while backtracking we had to run back through a mudbog I had just sworn id never return too...
and for the finale, thanks to Cliff
island and his awesome camera, we were able to document my attempt to wash all the mud off