This part of the network of trails could have had any of the many names we found on it, but Spaghetti Lightning was the coolest and funniest of all of them. It stuck, and we enjoyed it. After running Dorit to her car after Rankin Gulch, we popped back in to do the rest of the trail.
Goose Chase Loop was first, and it was a nice drive through the trees. It definitely wasn't difficult, but it was secluded. It didn't take long to finish it and end up back at the big intersection.
We went north to Jackpot first, a fairly uneventful trail spur. They can't all be winners. It was pretty short, though, and soon we were back at the big intersection where we headed west on Wiggler Loop. We did the northern half first.
Crash & Burn was another spur that was decent, another drive through the trees. We stopped for a break at the end, trying to diagnose the clicking noise Monica heard whenever she was in 4-wheel drive and turning (it ended up being a seized-up front drive shaft). We soon headed back, though.
We took Sledge Hammer out to the end and the turnaround there. We saw another spur but the Motor Vehicle Use Map doesn't show it going through so we didn't bother. We took the other half of Wiggler Loop on the way back and headed back to the trailhead.
The light was fading but we had one more trail to see -- Wagon Tongue Gulch. We headed off in that direction to run it from the south end to the north.