“Train like you fight; Fight like you train,” “Train hard, win big,” “If you’re not training, you better be fighting.” Well, you get the picture, I trust. Unless you’re doing a handful of jobs, when not engaged in kinetic activity addressed at nationally-determined belligerent entities (what we used to quaintly refer to as “war”) then you’re doing some sort of training to make you proficient at your trade. It’s just that some training is, well, just a lot more fun than other training. Anything involving the word “night” is not what we refer to as “fun.” Night carrier landings, night terrain-following low levels, night tanking. Those are NOT fun. THIS, on the other hand, comes under the heading of “as much fun as you can have, with your clothes on.” No loud and annoying sound track, no weird jump cuts, just pure fun on the southern half of Visual Route 1355, a.k.a. “The Million Dollar Ride” up the eastern side of the Cascade Mountain range in Washington State. HD and a big screen is advised.