Author Archives: Montego

Airmail Arrows

Scattered across the United States are a network of mysterious concrete arrows. The purpose was important: helping early pilots navigate U.S. transcontinental flights at night. In a era before radar, pilots used ground-based landmarks for guidance. This solution worked for flight during the day, but grounded pilots at night. Before long, a system of beacons […]

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How to upload photos

Here is a 7 minute video on How to Upload Photos to the RoughWheelers website. If you don’t already have a login, Montego can set you up. It’s pretty easy. If the server gakks and throws any kind of error during the upload, it will tel you which picture had a problem so you can […]

Categories: Trips

Fearless’ Folly – El Mirage 4×4 Trail

Fearless’ Folly – El Mirage 4×4 Trail created by The RoughWheelers IV Club Way, way, back, there was a fearless wagonmaster who would speak of an unknown shortcut between the towns of El Mirage and Adelanto through the rugged hills to the north. Most of those overhearing his claim dismissed it as the addled mutterings […]

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