Asad Bhai makes a very pertinent point, indeed.
The outing was very MUCH an "all hands on deck" affair; with a wonderful amount of participation by all and sundry. The drivers - who were (for the most part) hell-bent on getting into all sorts of trouble with the mud - the marshals - who had their hands pretty full with all the vehicles that were simultaneously getting stuck - and the recovery monsters - without whom, some of us would STILL be marooned, in situ!
Let's not forget the lensmen, either - Bilal and Suhaib and Orange - whose pictures thus far, have provided us with a lasting and enduring memory of this wonderful event.
Let us also pay tribute to Asad Bhai, Ali, Rizwan Bhai...for their incredible work with winch and inertia strap. Let us appreciate NN for his indomitable sense of good cheer, and the pulling power of his NPP. To the Kiani brothers, for their sense of vitality and participation. Let us give a pat on the back to Zeb and Shabab...for fearlessly blazing the trails...for being the Powindahs, or Pathfinders. To Hayzin, whose NP did more than its fair amount of wheeling and retrieving.
And for those whose names haven't been mentioned here, individually...we've all been winners. Every single one of us. Let us all sit back with a smug look on our faces, for being part of such a terrific adventure. Let us all revel in the afterglow of an exceptionally well-attended event, where, even after some hair-raising, death-defying stunts...we're all alive and well, to chuckle at the madness!
And finally...a word for Aamir Bhai...our ever-smiling, ever-encouraging, ever-daring, ever-enterprising Captain of the Ship...jo karde karaande tey kujj naien...par baqi inaan noon Guru Ji kendey ne.