Today It was time to pull the Ozark out on this calm cool morning of 75 degrees before it got hot. As much as the Ozark is not my preferred off road toy until I decide to sell it I must give it its fair share of riding if I dont want to start giving me trouble from lack of exercise. Hard to believe but if you want it to work right you have to ride it to keep all the fluids flowing. So after my routine 6 mile 0500 mountain bike ride and 0700-0800 Denise Austin workout, I loaded up the Ozark in the truck at 0830 and head over to the same sandy area near Topock and the Colorado River wildlife preserve. It is pure clean dirt with molehills and soft sand washes, perfect for ATVs. The recent Dynojet carb kit I put in my Ozark would really be put to the test. The place was amazing and looks like your on another planet and the ride was like a roller coaster as you climb and fall over one mole hill after another expecting to see the "Tummy Tums" dancing over the next mole hill. What amazed me more was the lack of riders in an area as I only counted two jeeps and three ATVs. So it seems this place is a well kept secret. I finally found a secluded section of the River by following the endless sugar sand washes to the river, which in these areas is a marsh and bird sanctuary. It never ceases to amaze me what God has created for us to enjoy.
**See pictures above of riding area.