RIA ROSSI BOOTH: YOU CAN EXPERIENCE HISTORY FROM OLD BOOKS, BEHIND GLASS AT MUSEUMS, OR, LIKE WE PREFER IT HERE ON AT YOUR LEISURE, WITH YOUR OWN TWO HANDS. THIS WEEK WE’RE SHOWING WHERE YOU CAN GO TO GET A REAL HANDS-ON HISTORIC EXPERIENCE AND HAVE A BIT OF ADVENTURE ALONG THE WAY I’M RIA ROSSI BOOTH CHAD BOOTH: AND I’M CHAD BOOTH WHILE RIA AND I ARE IN THE DESERT, STEVE HEUMANN RIDES WITH STEADMANS FOR RED WHITE AND ROAD, AND SHOWS HOW THE EVENT COULD CHANGE YOUR FAMILY RIA ROSSI BOOTH: LAST BUT NOT LEAST, TERRY WOOD TAKES US TO THE RODEO, BUT THERE ARE MORE HORSES HERE THAN YOU’D EXPECT. AYL IS AMAZING! (Music Up) RIA: All aboard! (Old West meets New Rock Music Up) CHAD: 150 years ago, two trains ended up nose to nose after racing each other all the way across the country, and with their cattle guards just pita parked they drove the golden spike they brought together a web of steel that connected from one shore to the other RIA: And we are walking on that grade, right now CHAD: They very grade that connected the country from east to west 150 years ago And you get to experience that history with us. Now, this is not a history lesson, this is hands on (Hands On History Lesson Music Up) MAN: Well we went on, I think, a wonderful tour where we got a chance to see the Transcontinental railroad in Utah as it would be in the 1860s MAN: This changed the world This was the equivalent of the moonshot at this time I mean, prior to this, if you wanted to travel from New York to San Francisco or wherever the case may be, it was very arduous. You either had to go to Panama and cross the isthmus, you’d have to go around the cape- MAN: It is absolutely amazing to think that men with shovels moved that much earth, and you’re driving in many of the original places of the Transcontinental railroad You can take a mountain bike, we were in automobiles today, but you can take 4 wheelers virtually anything you can take along that road MAN: You know, they’re gonna see a lot of Marsh land, they’re gonna see the Great Salt Lake, they’re going to see views unencumbered by any other than just the natural landscape. What they’ll see is the grade built by all these people by hand, completing trellises, they’ll see cuts, which were made largely by hand, and all that is still out there We have one year before 2019, which is the 150th transcontinental railroad Everything came together in Utah Two wonderful efforts, one from the west one from the east, taking the number of years and it all culminated in Promontory Summit, May 10 1869 MAN: You want to be in Promontory Summit on Friday May 10, 2019, because this is going to be one of the coolest events that has ever happened In the history of the state of Utah MAN: We hope many people will come, we hope many people will come over the summer and see Promontory summit because that’s what it’s all about MAN: Hopefully this will inspire people to think and to think big! And to basically try to figure out what the next horizon is, what the next moon shot is, what the next completion of the railroad is, I don’t know what that is! But it’s going to be fun to see RIA: There is so much history out here! And we’re with all the right people to tell us about it CHAD: And you were afraid you were going to be bored today RIA: Well I wasn’t afraid! It’s just like, when you’re coming out here there’s nothin’! But there is! CHAD: To me there’s this wide-open space, I love this RIA: It’s fabulous (lying voice) CHAD: I’m a desert rat! (Sincere voice), you know? Anyway, we’ll be taking a much closer look at this I think we’ll find some really interesting stuff just down the railroad grade right over here, but right now it’s time to go to our Travel Adventure It’s foot power day today, here’s Handsome Steve Heumann STEVEN HEUMANN: YOU KNOW, WE’RE ALL PRETTY MUCH LINKS IN A BIG LONG CHAIN OUR FAMILY GOES BACK IN TIME FOREVER, IT GOES FORWARD IN TIME FOREVER, AND THERE WE ARE RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE. BUT IT’S SOMETHING SPECIAL WHEN WE HAVE SOMETHING THAT WE LOVE THAT WE CAN PASS DOWN THAT CHAIN TO FUTURE GENERATIONS, AND THAT’S WHAT OUR TRAVEL ADVENTURE IS ABOUT TODAY AS WE FOLLOW ONE FATHER AND SON ON A JOURNEY TO SHARE WHAT THEY LOVE (Music Up)
BRUCE STEADMAN: when I do something fun I want to share it with my kids,and to have them come and do it and love it as much as I do really makes my day For our 50th anniversary our kids asked us what we wanted, for our 50th anniversary, and I said I want a week of your time. I want to take all my married kids up to Canada on street bikes, and we were able to pull that off STEVEN HEUMANN: BRUCE STEADMAN IS A MAN WHO APPRECIATES A GOOD ROAD IT DOESN’T MATTER WHERE IT IS, SO LONG AS ITS GOT SOME CURVES AND WILL LET HIM PICK UP A BIT OF SPEED ON HIS MOTORCYCLE. IT MAKES SENSE, AFTER ALL HE RAN STEADMANS RECREATION WITH HIS BROTHER FOR DECADES AND HAD HIS PICK OF THE BEST BIKES ON THE MARKET NOW HIS SON RUSS IS IN THAT POSITION, AND WHAT BRUCE LOVED HAS FOUND ITS WAY INTO HIS HEART AS WELL RUSSEL STEADMAN: I remember the first bike that my dad said, I think this is a good deal. It was a Yamaha Venture and he said Russ, I think you should buy this bike. We had been on one ride with my mom and dad previous to that, and I will never forget it until the day I’m in the grave because it was our first time out of the gate, so to speak, you know, and we went to a different state and saw Cortez, we went and saw Durango, just mom and dad and Heidi and I. It was amazing STEVEN HEUMANN: AND IT DIDN’T STOP THERE. GRANDCHILDREN, GREAT GRANDCHILDREN, ALL HAVE COME TO OWN AND LOVE THEIR OWN MOTORCYCLES, ALL BECAUSE BRUCE COULDN’T PASS UP THE CHANCE TO FEEL THE WIND IN HIS HAIR. NOW SEMI-RETIRED, BRUCE RIDES OUT OF TORRY OR KANAB UTAH AS OFTEN AS HE CAN, TAKING ADVANTAGE OF HIGHWAYS LIKE 89 AND 12, BOTH OF WHICH OFFER MORE BEAUTY AND WINDING PLEASURES THAN YOU’LL EVER FIND ON THE FREEWAY. HIGHWAY 12 HAS BECOME ONE OF HIS AND RUSS’ PERSONAL FAVORITES, EVEN ACTING AS THE MAIN ROUTE FOR THEIR ANNUAL MOTORCYCLE EVENT RED, WHITE, AND ROAD RUSSEL STEADMAN: Red White and Road gets you the opportunity to get a little ways away from the Salt Lake Valley, it gets you to go on a bike for at least a couple days, there’s always wonderful people on that group Sometimes it’s the same group, but every year we have a few different people, but it just gives you the fall colors, it gets you going up over the high mountain peaks at ten thousand feet, you’re down into Escalante, down into the low lands, country similar to this, and it is just phenomenal the whole time. It’s hard to ride because you want to look all around That’s where the passengers come in because they get to look all the time while you have to watch the road. the southern part of this state is beautiful When you come to Southern Utah, the red rocks and the green, just like what we’re looking at right here, it does something to my soul, and maybe it’s because I’ve spent so much time down here, and it’s why we do that ride every year BRUCE STEADMAN: Yeah, that’s why we do the At Your Leisure ride RUSSEL STEADMAN: Over the mountains to Boulder. It’s great BRUCE STEADMAN: That Highway 12 is hard to beat (Music Up) BRUCE STEADMAN: I’m the first one in my family to have a motorcycle, and my mother wasn’t too happy about that, but it’s turned into something very special to All of us. Russel is busy at that store like I was It’s hectic, it’s frustrating, you have good days and rough days, but when you’re out here we’re together, we’re father and son, we’re doing something we both love to do, and all of that stuff is put in the closet, so it just makes it great STEVEN HEUMANN: IF YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT RED WHITE AND ROAD YOU CAN GO TO THE AYL WEBSITE AND SIGN UP, OR YOU CAN GO TO STEADMAN’S WEBSITE, OR JUST GO RIGHT IN AND ASK THEM ABOUT IT, AND JOIN US IT’S GOING TO BE A GREAT TRIP. WELL FOR AYL I’M STEVEN HEUMANN. WE NEED TO TAKE A COMMERCIAL BREAK BUT WE’LL BE BACK WITH MORE ADVENTURE (Music Up)
(Theme Music Up) RICK: Hey everybody welcome back to AYL I’m Rick Peterson, and today we’re getting ready for the biggest, outdoor 4×4 event of the year and to get ready, to get our vehicles ready, today I’m here with Scott at Tunex to show us all those things I just said. Scott, how are ya? SCOTT: Pretty good RICK: I see you’re under the hood of your jeep here. Tell us what you’re checking to get ready for the year SCOTT: You know, I’m checking all kinds of things to day. I want to make sure everything under the hood is in good operating order and in good shape. I’m going to make sure the belt is in good shape, these hoses are in good shape that they aren’t swollen, they aren’t soaked with oil but even more so I’m going to make sure I have good clean oil Brake fluid is every important I want to make sure the brake fluid is perfect. I’ll check the transmission, power steering, I want to make sure I have no contamination in any of these fluids. A clean air filter really makes a big difference and this particular air filter is a K&N, it’s a good breathing air filter RICK: When you’re out on the trail things get bounced around, plus you may have other accessories that are drawing the battery, what should we be checking before we hit the trail? SCOTT: One thing you want to make sure of is that your battery is fastened down, has a good hold down so it’s nice and tight RICK: We’ve taken a great look at what’s under the hood, now let’s raise this thing up and look underneath (Jeep Music Up) SCOTT: The second thing we’re going to look at now Rick is the tires. These tires are in good shape. One of the large concerns as well is going to be the steering parts Steering parts are going to be under 3 times as much stress on the trail than they are on the highway RICK: Now let’s go to the back and look at the next thing on the checklist the suspension SCOTT: Yes Rick, suspension is one of the critical components of this jeep. One of the most common things we see out on the trail are these bolts coming loose and sometimes falling out. That can be detrimental when you’re out on a trail RICK: Hey Scott thanks for giving us a great list of tips so we can really get out and enjoy our jeeps this weekend. I know we only had a few minutes━ SCOTT: Oh, I could go on for hours, days, even weeks about all the things you should check RICK: That’s why you should come see our friends at TUNEX here at Cottonwood Heights, West Valley/Hunter, and South Jordan RICK: That’s all the time we have today we’ll be right back with more at your leisure. Let’s go try this thing out! SCOTT: Hey, I’m driving! RICK: No, no no! (Squabbles) (Theme Music Up)
CHAD: JUMP!…. That wasn’t very far RIA: Not at all. Welcome back to At Your Leisure everybody, we’re out here on the Transcontinental Railroad Tour, and we are just lovin’ it. This is just so very cool (Indiscernible Voice in the Distance) CHAD: Oh look! We got fans back there! RIA: Hey, peace out! CHAD: So, we are stopped right here. This is a very interesting and different trellise Actually it’s a box culvert. In the 20s and 30s they built some of these culverts in here to make them a little stronger and this one is a stone culvert. It’s made out of really, big rocks RIA: It’s original too CHAD: Yep RIA: Well there’s so much more to see, let’s hit the road! (Train Track Tour Music Up) MAN: You’re seeing very much what it would have been like in the 1860s It’s largely what the Chinese and Mormon Contractors and the Irish supervisors would have experienced in 1860 CHAD: Well, look closely, and you can see a rather large railroad spike that wants to come out. And we’re going past all the remnants of what used to be out here They used to have them every 10 miles which surprises me, but what boggles my mind is how much it took to make a Steam Locomotive run. Nothin’ like the Hollywood movies, you know? RIA: *Generic not really listening response* MAN: So we have a limited number of history images, even though it was a sizeable town, but this is probably one of the more compelling images because you can see the mountain mountain in the background of this historic photo of downtown CHAD: The thing is, if you look over to the horizon which is about 10 miles away, there’s going to be another town there because you couldn’t go any further without water MAN: This hotel, you can see it right at your feet, that’s water pipe Sewer pipe CHAD: It’s hard to figure out how a building fell apart all the way over there and all the way over there RIA: So, excuse me, sorry, what is THAT? A headlight? That’s their headlight, right? At first I thought it was like a clock CHAD: Coal burner MAN: So I’m gonna walk you into ChinaTown, and show you material culture the Chinese experienced so you can understand CHAD: Fine China, look at that So, we’re gonna leave it here for somebody else to discover but there’s stuff that has printing on it. Like Chinese dragons and stuff all over the white china. So you can tell we are in Chinatown, pretty cool, huh? RIA: This is just really cool, I think. Something you’d bring your family out to, this is Utah History. It’s world history! RIA: Chad! Check out all this brick! CHAD: Why aren’t you singing your brick house song again? RIA: You’re a brick house! Yeah. So where did this come from really quickly? CHAD: This is part of the office and the shop, this is not Utah brick. They imported it RIA: Yep, from California CHAD: California Brick RIA: Yep CHAD: That’s why it’s so airy We wanna thank the office of state history and the BLM for taking this tour today, you know, not far from here, a stone’s throw is another doing in the next week RIA: THAT’S RIGHT, AND THIS STORY IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATV/MC.COM TERRY WOOD: RODEOS HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR ALMOST 150 YEARS, WITH COWBOYS GETTING BUCKED INTO THE DIRT BY HORSES AND BULLS WHILE CROWDS CHEER AND COUNT THE SECONDS OF EACH RIDE. LIKE MOST SPORTS OF ITS KIND, RODEO HAS EVOLVED OVER THE YEARS, WITH DIFFERENT EVENTS BEING ADDED TO SHOW ROPING SKILL OR HORSEMANSHIP SINCE THE ADVENT OF ATVS AND SIDE-BY-SIDES RODEOS HAVE CHANGED EVEN MORE, WITH MANY EVENTS REPLACING THE CATTLE AND SHEEP WITH TIRES AND CARBURETORS IT’S THE ADVENT OF THE ATV RODEO, AND IT’S POPULARITY IS GROWING AT JAMBOREES AND OHV GATHERINGS ACROSS THE COUNTRY CLAYSON MYERS: you know, I’m not no cowboy, but for me to be able to get on an ATV and actually do what all those cowboys and cowgirls do and do stuff like this, because it’s hard to get into the racing series these days so it’s something you can come out and compete and actually have fun while doing it and maybe make something? It’s great TERRY WOOD: THE RULES OF ATV RODEOS VARY FROM EVENT TO EVENT, BUT MOST INCLUDE A PURSE SIMILAR TO TRADITIONAL ROUGH STOCK SHOWS. THIS FINANCIAL INCENTIVE FORCES RIDERS TO PUT EVERY EFFORT INTO WINNING THE DIFFERENT ROUNDS OF COMPETITION MANY OF THE CHALLENGES ARE EXACTLY THE SAME AS THEY WOULD BE ON A HORSE, EXCEPT YOU’RE ON WHEELS INSTEAD OF LEGS
CLAYSON MYERS: Just like horse barrels at a rodeo you have three barrels you have to go around in a certain pattern. Fastest time wins. You don’t want to go outside the pattern or else you’ll get a no-time. The second event is the poles, and they’re set at equal distance and you have to do a figure eight pattern all the way through and all the way back and the same rules apply TERRY WOOD: RODEO STARTED AS A WAY FOR COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS TO SHOW THEIR SKILLS AGAINST THEIR PEERS IN COMPETITION. ATV RODEOS FOLLOW THAT SAME PRINCIPLE, BUT HERE INSTEAD OF TIE-DOWN ROPING AND STEER WRESTLING, THE COMPETITION FOCUSES ON PROFICIENCY BEHIND THE HANDLEBARS. BEING AS HOW THESE ARE MACHINES INSTEAD OF ANIMALS AND YOU CAN PUSH THEM A LITTLE BIT FURTHER, AND SO UNIQUE OBSTACLES HAVE BECOME THE NORM AT JAMBOREES IN THE WESTERN U.S THE MUD PIT IS ONE OF THE MORE POPULAR, WHERE RIDERS SEE HOW FAR THEY CAN PUSH THEIR MACHINE THROUGH DIFFICULT TERRAIN. THE QUAD JUMP IS ANOTHER SPECTACLE THAT PITS RIDER AGAINST RIDER AND MACHINE AGAINST MACHINE CLAYSON MYERS: We have a set distance and basically it’s technique as far as jumping. If you’re great at jumping you’re probably going to win it TERRY WOOD: THE JUMPS ALWAYS ADD ADRENALINE TO THE PROCEEDINGS, BUT WHAT HAS BECOME THE SHOW-STOPPER AT MANY ATV RODEOS IS A MIXTURE OF HOLLYWOOD WESTERNS AND GOOD OLD-FASHIONED CRAZY CLAYSON MYERS: What we do in the hide race is that you have two people out in the arena, there’s one at the top of the arena and then you say, you’re on a four wheeler with a rubber mat behind you and you pull it around the arena and you pick up your partner and your partner has to jump on, and this is all done by time so don’t stop and hold on for dear life because you’re going around two barrels and once you make it around the two barrels you have a mud pit you have to go through TERRY WOOD: IT’S MESSY, IT’S FUN, AND THAT’S WHAT RODEOS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ABOUT IN THE FIRST PLACE. EVEN THE KIDS GET INVOLVED, AS THEY PERFORM THE SAME STUNTS AS THEIR PARENTS AND LOOK TO GAIN THE SAME BRAGGING RIGHTS. IT’S BECOME A REAL FAMILY AFFAIR, WHERE ALL AGES ARE INCLUDED. ORGANIZERS EVEN SOMETIMES REMOVE THE ATVS ALL TOGETHER SO THAT KIDS CAN HAVE A GOOD TIME AND GET A LITTLE DIRTY REGARDLESS OF THEIR ABILITY TO PILOT A QUAD THE RODEO TRADITION IS A CELEBRATION OF A LIFESTYLE THAT GOES BACK TO THE EARLY DAYS OF WESTERN EXPANSION. WHILE ATVS AND SIDE-BY-SIDES DON’T GO BACK QUITE THAT FAR, THEY STILL FIT INTO THAT RURAL WORLD OF COMPETITION AND HARD WORK JUST AS WELL AS HORSES AND BULLS. IT ONLY STANDS TO REASON THEN THAT THEIR RODEOS WOULD BE EVERY BIT AS CHALLENGING AND FUN; AND WHILE YOUR ATV ISN’T LIKELY TO BUCK YOU OFF WITH QUITE AS MUCH GUSTO AS A PRIZE STEER, YOU STILL COULD END UP WITH SOME BRUISES. FROM THE TRAILHEAD I’M TERRY WOOD (Music Up) RIA: CHAD LOOK AT THIS CUTE LITTLE TRESSLE! CHAD: UH HUH RIA: BE CAREFUL, DON’T FALL IN THE CRACK CHAD: OH DON’T WORRY IT’S ONLY LIKE 6 FEET DOWN RIA: 6 FEET? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
CHAD: OH LOOK RIA! LOOK! RIA: THIS IS SO FUN, I MEAN REALLY! THERE’S JUST SOMETHING TO DO OUT HERE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE CHAD: THIS TIMBER IS STILL PRETTY HEAVY. I MEAN LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THIS STUFF RIA: SO THE TRAIN ACTUALLY CAME OVER THIS? CHAD: IT SURE DID! RIA: SO COOL CHAD: SEVERAL TONS OF IT ALL AT ONCE. JUST THINK! A BIG STEEL THING ALL LINED WITH BRICKS RIA ROSSI BOOTH: WELL NOW WE NEED TO MOVE ONTO OUR AYL STICKER WINNER REMEMBER, GET YOUR STICKERS AT ANY AYL SPONSOR, PUT THEM ON YOUR CAR, ATV, TRUCK, RV, WHATEVER, AND THEN EITHER GET CAUGHT BY ONE OF OUR CREW OR SEND US A PHOTO ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND YOU CAN WIN. OUR LUCKY VIEWER THIS WEEK IS KURT JAY WHO POSTED HIS PHOTOS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE CHAD BOOTH: THEY HAVE AYL STICKERS ON BOTH THEIR MACHINES, AND KURT, YOU JUST WON A $400 GIFT CERTIFICATE TO RYFAB PRODUCTS WHERE YOU CAN GET ALL SORTS OF AFTER-MARKET GEAR FOR YOUR ATV AND SIDE-BY-SIDE. CALL US THIS WEEK AT 801-947-8888 AND WE’LL GET YOU YOUR GIFT CERTIFICATE. FOR EVERYONE ELSE: ASK FOR THOSE STICKERS AT YOUR LOCAL ATV DEALER AND GET US YOU PHOTOS! STEVEN HEUMANN: THANKS CHAD, NOW WE HAVE A FEW UPCOMING EVENTS TO TALK ABOUT FIRST OFF SEPTEMBER 8TH AT 5PM UTV UTAH IS PUTTING ON A RIDE TO HELP RAISE MONEY FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE DOLLAR RIDGE FIRE. THE RIDE WILL BE LEAVING FROM KARL MALONE POLARIS IN HEBER UTAH AND HEADING INTO THE HILLS ABOVE THE VALLEY ALL DONATIONS WILL GO TO HELP PEOPLE WHO LOST THEIR HOMES IN THE FIRE, AND IT’S A GREAT WAY TO LEND A HELPING HAND. JOIN UTV UTAH AND KARL MALONE POLARIS IN CELEBRATING OUR TRAIL ACCESS WHILE GIVING TO THOSE IN NEED AT THE SAME TIME IF YOU CAN’T GO ON THE RIDE YOU CAN STILL DONATE, JUST GO TO THE UTV UTAH FACEBOOK PAGE AND THEY’LL HAVE ALL THE DETAILS THERE ABOUT HOW YOU CAN HELP REACH THE GOAL OF $50 THOUSAND WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AT KARL MALONE POLARIS SEPTEMBER 8TH AT 5PM FOR THIS EVENING RIDE. THE FOLLOWING WEEK, SEPTEMBER 14TH AND 15TH IS OF COURSE RED WHITE AND ROAD, STEADMAN’S SIGNATURE MOTORCYCLE EVENT. SIGN UP AT AYLTV.COM BEFORE THE EVENT AND SAVE $5 OFF THE REGISTRATION FEE YOU REGISTRATION INCLUDES THE RIDE, A GOURMET DINNER, EVENT T-SHIRT, LUNCH, AND THE CHANCE TO RIDE WITH THE BEST CREW IN THE BUSINESS. CHAD AND RIA WILL BE THERE, SO WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ON RED WHITE AND ROAD SEPTEMBER 14TH AND 15TH IN TORREY UTAH RIA: OKAY, LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT NEXT WEEK’S SHOW STEVEN HEUMANN: WHAT ARE THE TOP 10 LESSER KNOWN DESTINATIONS IN THE STATE OF UTAH? WE’RE FINDING OUT NEXT WEEK BY TALKING TO THE EXPERTS HOW MANY WILL YOU GUESS CORRECTLY? YOU’LL KNOW IN ONE WEEK. THEN CHAD AND RIA WHITE WATER RAFT THE SALMON RIVER IN IDAHO, LEARNING WHY THIS AREA HAS BLOSSOMED INTO ONE OF THE BEST RECREATION SPOTS IN THE COUNTRY AND FINALLY REECE TAKES US TO AFRICA, BECAUSE HEY, IT’S REECE, AND HE GOES EVERYWHERE. SEE YOU NEXT WEEK! CHAD: OF COURSE, NOT EVERYTHING WAS BUILDING UP TO THE RAILROAD, SOMETIMES YOU HAD TO DIG A LITTLE BIT RIA: THERE’S A BIG FRIGGIN’ BLASTING HOLE RIGHT HERE! CHAD: YEAH, THIS IS A CUT. THIS IS AN AREA WHERE YOU HAVE TO GO BELOW THE NATURAL GRADE TO KEEP THE GRADE OF THE LOCOMOTIVE NICE AND FLAT. SO THEY JUST KINDA DUG A PATH RIGHT THROUGH THE MOUNTAIN AND OF COURSE WE’RE NOT GOING IN THERE BECAUSE THERE’S A MAMA EAGLE AND I HEAR THAT THEY GET REALLY PERSNICKETY RIA: THEY’LL PICK YOU UP AND FLY YOU AWAY CHAD: ANYWAY, THIS HAS BEEN A LOT OF FUN TODAY AND We hope you’ve had a blast with the show RIA: It’s amazing, you gotta get out here with your family, your friends, your 4x4s and just enjoy the scenery and the history CHAD: That’s true. Actually you could take this grade all the way to Mexico if you took a car nice and easy, but man, soaking up the scenery is well worth it RIA: yeah, you want to take your time CHAD: Remember, as we tell you every week, there’s adventure around every bend RIA: You just gotta get out there and create your own adventure BOTH: At Your Leisure CHAD: We’re going that way because the Eagle is that way