placement got him up half way - but it was the next half that was the real problem. So we got his winch out for the second time to get him up. But as we were running it, we found that the winch had spooled all on one side and had kinked itself and reversed looping as it was stuck against the inside of the bulbar. We then had to take the front winch plate off and reverse the winch to pull it through, which worked a treat. So we pulled his car up and then Richard followed with no worries. We then headed off to the Lookout for some much needed lunch, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon. Then we headed home from an awesome day. It was a fantastic trip that was a real eye opener to the visitors and one of the only trips where the trip leader said ‘why is the trip harder than the recce?’. Also, a big thanks to everyone who let passengers in their cars, as it was an awesome day to experience hard trips without doing any damage.