Guys, thanks again for the "Foundations of Four-Wheeling" course on West Harrison November 16th (2019). Our family jeep is our camping platform - and our overlanding trips have been getting progressively more aggressive. For way less than I've spent on the radio or the inReach (or the new gearing, or the tires, or the...), I ended up better off. Dollar for dollar and hour for hour, it was probably the best return I've had on anything I've plowed into that jeep. The fundamentals course was a great check on what I thought I knew, but added much more to it. I came away far more comfortable with what we do out there in the woods, armed with new tricks and equipped with some important - but thankfully simple and cheap - changes to make. From the hidden advantages of soft shackles to a pretty important lesson about my personal departure angle, I learned a lot. And had a fairly good time doing it - your small group break-out format works really well and I'm still shocked at how well the convoying ran. I very much look forward to the recovery course, but it was ideal to take the fundamentals.