On this hitch, the Jawbone crew tackled seven incursions in JB26 over the course of eight days of restoration. We restored five incursions along SC47 and two on SC120. We spent several days working on one monster incursion on SC47, the most noteworthy of the incursions this hitch. We have learned to appreciate working in an area rich with Joshua trees, as we have discovered that the fallen trees can be planted as vertical mulch and do a great job of blocking large chunks of the line of sight.
From our first hitch, we learned that we are a hungry bunch and therefore packed lots of extra food products! However, things are always bound to go awry, and the biggest disaster of the hitch was the discovery that we had forgotten the coffee press. Additionally, Murphy's Law is always accurate when it comes to Jawbone vehicles. This time, we got a flat tire on the vehicle without a manufacturer’s jack. The minor mishaps were an excellent introduction to hitch life for Matt, our newest member. All in all, we had a great hitch 2!