We set out for Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area in Coal Township, PA for this latest stop of The Great American Crawl. We enjoyed some great weather on Day 1 and hit Trail 102, Fern Ridge, and Red Trail, where Rok Bugy suffered an unfortunate break in the rear drive shaft. That is where this trip started to become a “tale of two days” as the weather completely flip-flopped. We went from sunny in the 70’s, to a nonstop downpour on the second day. While we left Nic in the staging area to try and fix Rok Bugy, the rest of the group started to get after it on some wet rocks and mud-covered obstacles. We crawled our way through Lower and Upper Anthracite with no chance of staying dry, and kicked up mud on some high rpm hill climbs like Screaming Jimmy’s. Luckily Rok Bugy got the parts that needed to be fixed and met up with the rest of the group to finish the second day on a high note. We then ended our trip with the typical GAC raffle and were lucky enough to have the food catered this time by the local food vendor on site. Thanks to the staff at AOAA, all of our ambassadors and partners, and everyone who spent their weekend getting wet and muddy with us. We had a blast!