My wife approved an early Christmas present and I ordered a SandTrap with plans to do No Kidding Canyon as soon as it arrived. The SandTrap arrived sooner than expected and we took off for the North Wash to try it out. I was surprised by how accessible the canyon was, we got there ahead of schedule and were met by freezing morning winds that had scurrying for the canyon entrance. The initial shallow slot was actually pretty good and had a couple fun downclimbs. We skipped the first rappel by traversing the slab on the left because we were worried about time, and a snow storm that was supposed to come in later that day. The first SandTrap rappel came right away and I dug out the area before lip to create better geometry. I had watched the setup and rappelled on a SandTrap when I did Tinnitus Canyon with Tom Collins, so I was familiar enough with the process to set it up correctly. We meat-anchored my wife’s two younger siblings down first and left the 3 of us to use to SandTrap. We filled up two and a half potshots with sand and dumped it into the SandTrap, placing into rappel position. We backed up Sandtrap and sent Kenna down first, it held her weight great and I followed her down. My wife Olivia went last because she is the lightest and she placed a 4ft piece of hose on the pull rope and rappelled down without incident. We were able to pull the SandTrap down without much effort and the hose did a good job at preventing rope groves and creating a smoother pull. This process repeated many times throughout the rest of the canyon and we experimented with sand levels and different geometry to get a good feel for what the sandtrap can do. I noticed some bad rope groves developing around the canyon and it mostly seems to be a result of people placing their sandtraps far back rather than right on the edges of drops. These farther back placements would have tougher pulls, resulting in groves. There was favorable placements right at the edge of most drops so I really didn’t see why people would be setting up their SandTraps so far back from the edge. The keeper pothole was a fun obstacle and we are able to partner assist everyone out of it. We didn't need to use any pot shots to get out of it and their were a few semi-keepers that we encountered in the canyon. All too soon we were at the last 20ft rappel into Butler Wash and it turned out to be a the trickiest setup out of all of the drops. We didn’t have the best geometry so we put a full 3 potshots worth of sand in the SandTrap and set it for rappel. It moved a bit while Kenna was rappelling on it so we added a bit more sand and re-positioned it. Olivia made it down without incident and I did speedy rappel down followed her out. The pull took a bit effort this time around and it was cool to watch the big plume of sand go up in the air when it finally pulled. We searched around for the Dinosaur track that is supposed to be around there and couldn’t find it, so we took off up the Kelsey exit and picked up our 200ft rope that we didn’t end up using. Once we had made it up and out of the canyon we realized that it had only taken us 4 hours to do the canyon so 4 of us opted to descend nearby East Leprechaun while Olivia would drive the car around and meet us at the bottom. This worked out great and got all the way down East Leprechaun in an hour and a half, meeting up with Olivia at the last rappel. We took off for home, hoping to get through Spanish Fork Canyon before the big storm hit. No Kidding was an awesome, fun canyon and I highly recommend it! I will definitely be doing it again in the future. It was the perfect intro to SandTrap canyon and by the end we felt very comfortable using it. I can’t get over how cool the SandTrap is and i’ll be on the lookout for some more canyons where I can utilize it.