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Squealing with my girls through the fast straightaways and bounding through turns, I remembered the fun-loving woman that had been buried deep beneath the responsibility of caring for the needs of others. The best part is, I was able to partake in this fun without the mom-guilt that so often accompanies leaving children at home.
¦ Comfort, connection, courage
The mountain trails provided ample opportunity for conversation to reconnect to my husband, not to mention the beautiful vistas that were ours to take in on every ride. The girls and I got to listen to stories of hunting and snowmobile rides, and learn the local nicknames to the various passes and hollows.
Our machine was 64 inches wide, the perfect balance between being comfortable and being small enough to fit on tight paths. There were only a couple trails that we didn’t go on because they were for 50-inch machines, but the trade-off of four seats and a roomy interior more than made up for that.
It sounds cliche, but the RZR really was fun for the whole family. It gave us the courage to take all our kids camping, something we hadn’t done in years. Our oldest son could ride a motorbike along with us, as the RZR could keep up with the agile bike in the rockiest terrain. Even my parents enjoyed it, as we scared my mom with bursts of speed and impressed my dad with deft handling of steep rocky climbs. The RZR definitely gave us some of the most fun family outings to date. My adventurous spirit has been renewed!