March 2015, the inaugural “Boys Adventure Club” trip.

As a group, we’d been discussing this on and off for the last couple of years. The javelina hunt has been less and less about a hunt, and more about seeing new areas in the state. This year, we decided that it was just best to let the hunt fall by the wayside, and just have an adventure.

(Building from Bullwrinkle’s FB post.)

We, the Hairy Legged Boys, decided the best starting spot would be at Bullwrinkle’s Garage. We’d consolidated down to two vehicles for the trip. Bulljeffe and I needed to climb up out of the valley, so we did that the night before, and celebrated our getting away by having a couple of strong adult beverages once we crossed over the magical threshhold of Bullwrinkle’s garage.

The following morning, we met up with PTBNL2 and started our adventure. The first planned stop was Speedy’s for some red chili burritos. There we encountered our first delimma, as there were four of us, and they only had three red chili burritos. Thankfully, Bullwrinkle gave in, and volunteered to have the green chili (and there was much rejoycing.)

Stop at Speedy's

Having satiated our appetites (and potentially clearing the last of a hang-over), we proceeded on. The goal was to get to Fredonia, AZ, with a destination of the Buckskin Tavern. It’s claim to fame is that it is the longest bar in the State of Arizona, and we figured that was a redeeming enough quality that we needed to pay it a visit. We were not disappointed.

Now, there is a side trip that we took in here, but there are potential legal ramifications if I post any pictures, so it didn’t really happen




Leaving the Buckskin Tavern, we finally turned off-road, beginning what ended up being 270 miles of dirt roads. The roads were varying quality, but all passable with our vehicles. The goal was to find a camp site, set up camp, and get to the rim so we could watch the sunset over the Grand Canyon.














Toroweep

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Hike up Vulcan’s Anvil & Vulcan’s Throne















Adam’s Leaning Wheel Grader








Nampaweap Petroglyph Site









Mount Trumbull Wilderness to the Hurricane Cliffs








Mount Trumbull Schoolhouse




Mount Dellenbaugh, just missing a bucket-list item of Bullwrinkle’s









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