I took the Blazer out for her virgin trip to Browns camp in Tillamook State Forest. Went with my buddy in his 68 Bronco, cousin in his 68 Trashonal flat bed, and his friend in his 78 CJ5. I thought this was gonaa be a trip to watch my cousin thrash his flatbed since he just lifted it and put new tires on it. I ended up doing the trashing. To start off with its pissing down rain all day long. So everthing is soaked and the clay turns into snot, its some bad stuff. But we decided to start out with Firebreak 5. This is the first time that ive been up there sinced they redid a section of it. What its got is a sharp left around a tree with a big a$$ rock in the middle of the turn. The only way i could do it was swing wide and put a tire on the rock. But then it went bad. I slid off the rock and into the tree. Turning my door into a big dent, not cool. A couple hours later it was on the virge of dark so we hit a short sectoin of saddle up. Its just a steep, rocky, hill climb. I watched the Bronco go up so i took a shot at it. About 30 feet from the top there's 2, one foot tall rocks that hit my wheels just perfectly. The first one was catching my back tire, so id carry momentum to bump it. The second my rear wheel bumped the front hit the other one. And i was too wide, and in a rut so i couldn't go around. So I hammered her and BAM. Broke the slip yoke out of the 208. Now its dark and im getting winched out. So i get home after being towed behind the bronco for 50 miles and im looking at a Blazer that is blocked and has a messed up door. Pics are comming as soon as i get the film developed. P.S. The moral of this story is get good tires. If I would have had decent tires i wouldn't have slid off of that rock and i wouldn't have had to carry so much momentum up the hill.