Originally Posted by Grizzy
T-Way: I couldn't agree more. No one NEEDS someone to teach them anything about wheeling. No one needs to pay for it either. These weekend packages were opened up for those that don't want to compete for position during Loonie Run when there are dozens of rigs all over the place. Like someone mentioned earlier, small groups of capable rigs. Someone would look at being with 4-8 other rigs on one of these weekends. This allows plenty of one on one time, as well as no worries of holding up others. It also allows for time to focus on what other people are doing and learning from that.
I won't deny that you could do all this on your own. I just took the time to organize the hassle of figuring out some of the other parts of a trip like that(i.e. rooms, directions, contacts, some food, knowing where to go.......blah blah blah)
BTW, I agree with this 100%. I don't have a problem with you promoting a business venture or the offer to teach someone the right way to wheel and to understand their vehicle's capabilities. I'm just flat out saying that I thought you came across quite pompous.
Once again note, it was me who started this thread and has supported it. Also as you noted about small, capable groups, you were quoting me also.
I am not the god of wheeling, I just think you could have promoted yourself a little more professionally.