After a two hour drive (one hour of which was on a dirt road) we got to the Boqueron bridge site. After our meeting we realized we had a flat tire and the standard wrench that came with our truck did not fit the lug nuts to replace the tire. So with some local ingenuinity of a 14 year old kid and his father we were able to find a bicycle pump to temporarily refill our tire and rush out to the nearest mechanic for help!
June 4, 2013
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