Jim and I met near the gate at the south end of Wilmot on Mann Rd. This is the road leading to his house. I was confused on how to get there so he met me and led me in. It would be impossible to live in Jim's nieghborhood and not want a dirt bike. He led me past his primary security perimiter through an automatic gate that opened when he rode up. We then rode past his two large security dogs (they looked mean but just wagged their tails at us) to the second security gate. His house was inside that gate. He has over 4 acres. He introduced me to his two fine boys and they showed me their rides, an XR 100 for the younger one and a DR-Z 250 for the oldest. They were going to go riding with their mother after we left (She has a Honda Recon ATV). Jim told me his boys had just hiked many of the trails we would be riding on while doing a 20 mile hike for scouts. On the way out, Jim's wife pulled up in an SUV. She won me over by complimenting me on the BYU sticker on my windscreen. Jim then led me off toward the Santa Ritas. We went on a path similar to what Troy took me on, except it seemed much faster. In fact, I would classify the pace as 'race pace'. It was clear that Jim was very familiar with the trails.