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After arriving at the cabin we carried in our brown bag of corn and the kids all scattered to play with cousins and climb on the four-wheelers. My father-in-law asked about the drive up. "Did you have a hard time navigating those ruts?" I told him it felt really hard on the car and it concerned me. He mentioned that if you go too slow you feel every bump, and if you go too fast it is, of course, dangerous. So, the trick is finding a good medium speed that allows you to glide a bit over the ruts while not losing control of the vehicle.
Yup, I thought. That about sums it all up. A good medium speed is the way to go.