Remote lakeside rooftop yoga

In an ever-continuing quest to improve our products, we decided to do some experiments with a couple of 1/2 inch hose prototypes for our inflator. We already knew that a 3/8 inch hose was the optimal solution, but we wanted to confirm this in the field regardless. Because you never know how things play out in the real bush. We drove up for a couple of days to a lesser know gem, Chehalis Lake in BC.

Chehalis Lake is a small lake located in southwestern British Columbia, Canada. It is part of the Chehalis River system and is located in a remote wilderness area. The lake is surrounded by mountains and forests and is an awesome destination for fishing and other outdoor recreational activities. The lake is home to a variety of fish species, including rainbow trout and cutthroat trout. The lake is also home to a number of bird species, including bald eagles and ospreys. There are several hiking and biking trails in the surrounding area. The lake is accessible by logging roads and is a popular destination for those who enjoy exploring remote and rugged wilderness areas.

The first couple of dozen miles are relatively maintained logging roads and we ran the Burban at a comfortable 20psi, the last couple of miles though are gnarly and we had to air down to about 15psi. Mind you, this is not the kind of area you want to get stuck in.

Why rooftop yoga though?

Well think about it, we had so much free time after using the 4-way tire inflator/deflator and not having to deflate and inflate each tire separately that we just had to be creative :). Also, my shotgun rider was an Instagram-loving yoga teacher who wanted some cool pictures to post and promote her practice. And let’s face facts, you wouldn’t catch me dead passing up the opportunity to take some cool pictures of my beloved 93 GMC k1500.

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