Thanks guys. It was muddier than what it looks in the pictures. When I went out to take them the sun hid behind some clouds. Because I was in a rush I didn't wait for it to come back out. My cousins and I went to our newly found favorite mountain road. From one in to the other there are probably a dozen or so decent mud pits, some off camber wash outs (if that's what they're called... I call them 'feel wierds'), and 4 or 5 creek crossings. It takes us about an hour to go from one end to the other.
As far as pulling the H2 out... so far neither has had to hook to the other. My dad pretty much just used the H2 as a towing and hunting vehicle. The trail we were on is too narrow for it to go down.
I just got finished washing the truck. It appears I have a dozen or so fresh scratches including one bad one that is very noticable down the passenger side. I'm thinking of taking a set of pruners with me next time and just taking the time to trim some of the big stuff back. Maybe I'll ride down the trail in the back of my cousin's pick-up and trim as we go. Yeesh!
here's my attempt at loading a picture...i tried to load it with the IMG button, but it didn't work, but here's a link to my muddy poser after we went fishing the other day...this is actually after it rained on it two days in a row and cleaned it up for me a little...gotta love mother nature and they way she helps us keep it clean!