Article by Brandon Wenerd and republished from BroBible.
You know that saying “between a rock and hard place?” Of course you do. Everyone says it. Everyone’s lived it. We’ve all had those moments when we’re backed up against a wall and our next move, physically, metaphorically, or both is a crucial and delicate one. It’s a reactive moment when all our senses are at their peak, our entire nervous system relying on a combination of muscle memory and calculated decision-making.
In a matter of mere seconds, the brain’s frontal lobe shifts into high gear, redlining the RPMs of our neurons and synapses, preparing us for what’s next. In life, I’ve had many metaphoric moments of being between a rock and a hard place. But, this past Halloween, in the mountains northwest of Las Vegas, I found out what it means to be physically between a rock and a hard place.
On a cool autumn day in the high desert, myself and a group of lifestyle bloggers headed 40 miles outside Las Vegas into the Spring Mountain National Recreation area. After the previous day’s sensory overload at the annual SEMA convention, the day’s agenda was simple, on paper: Climb up a trail up the Wheeler Pass to 7,700 feet in an armada of brand new, Voodoo Blue 2019 Toyota TRD Pro trucks.
See Article at BroBible : Off-Roadin’ Up Nevada’s Wheeler Pass In 2019 Toyota TRD Pro Trucks, Trying To Not Faceplant Into Rock