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Unread 04-14-2010, 10:02 PM   #46
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Like a campfire, non-electric, cast iron waffle maker.

Before Friday please, I want waffles

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Unread 04-15-2010, 07:04 AM   #47
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I'll bring part of the campfire.
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Unread 04-15-2010, 09:30 AM   #48
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What time Sat. morning should I be there? Im coming from the I-8 E/B, the directions look pretty simple, although I have never been out to that part of the desert.
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Unread 04-15-2010, 09:35 AM   #49
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What time Sat. morning should I be there? Im coming from the I-8 E/B, the directions look pretty simple, although I have never been out to that part of the desert.
8-ish, if you want breakfast but we are not usually moving too fast in the morning. If you are much later give a call and we'll wait for you to get there or pick a meeting spot.


Very easy to get to, only a couple of turns off the freeway.

We have only been here for the SD 4wheelers event in january but considering that the area is only a few miles off the freeway I want to come back more often. There are tons of trails and it's an easy drive to get there.
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Unread 04-15-2010, 03:03 PM   #50
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It may be easy for you, but from here you almost can't get there.
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Unread 04-15-2010, 03:11 PM   #51
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It may be easy for you, but from here you almost can't get there.
I wonder if going out thru palm springs would be better for you?
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I wonder if going out thru palm springs would be better for you?
Yeah the 10 to 111 or 86 is the way I want to go. Safer on the freeway when you are towing rather than those twisting roads through Warner Springs etc...
Besides, if we have a light right foot the mileage will be better too.
Since I'm flat towing I'll never exceed 65 mph. My camper has a 460 ci engine that sucks gas stations into the tank as we go by them.
Chris has a 35 foot toy hauler with his jeep and quads in it, and his 250 has one of those V10's that need's a refinery in the back bed.
Richie is towing my trailer with his Jeep, but he's got a Duramax/Allison that will get probably 17mpg.
Maybe we should buy stock in oil futures before we leave.
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Would some kind soul please print out a couple of copies of the bottom two and bring one out to me. Mucho apreciado

Directions:

From Interstate 8 East:

* Take the Dunaway Road Exit North.
* Turn East onto County Hwy S80/Evan Hewes Hwy
* Turn North onto Huff Road
* Turn West onto Wheeler Road.
* Follow Wheeler Road to the base of the Superstition Mountain.

From Interstate 8 West:

* Take the Drew Rd. Exit North
* Turn West onto County Hwy S80/Evan Hewes Hwy
* Turn North onto Huff Road
* Turn West onto Wheeler Road.
* Follow Wheeler Road to the base of the Superstition Mountain.
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Would some kind soul please print out a couple of copies of the bottom two and bring one out to me. Mucho apreciado

Directions:

From Interstate 8 East:

* Take the Dunaway Road Exit North.
* Turn East onto County Hwy S80/Evan Hewes Hwy
* Turn North onto Huff Road
* Turn West onto Wheeler Road.
* Follow Wheeler Road to the base of the Superstition Mountain.

From Interstate 8 West:

* Take the Drew Rd. Exit North
* Turn West onto County Hwy S80/Evan Hewes Hwy
* Turn North onto Huff Road
* Turn West onto Wheeler Road.
* Follow Wheeler Road to the base of the Superstition Mountain.
done and done
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Unread 04-15-2010, 05:58 PM   #55
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Yeah the 10 to 111 or 86 is the way I want to go. Safer on the freeway when you are towing rather than those twisting roads through Warner Springs etc...
Besides, if we have a light right foot the mileage will be better too.
Since I'm flat towing I'll never exceed 65 mph. My camper has a 460 ci engine that sucks gas stations into the tank as we go by them.
Chris has a 35 foot toy hauler with his jeep and quads in it, and his 250 has one of those V10's that need's a refinery in the back bed.
Richie is towing my trailer with his Jeep, but he's got a Duramax/Allison that will get probably 17mpg.
Maybe we should buy stock in oil futures before we leave.
My truck and trailer will pass everything but a gas station. I still have not decided which way I will be going yet, I guess it depends on which one of you two I follow. Richie will be lead footing through the hills at 100 mph plus and Rik will be doing 37 on the highway. I hate decisions.
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Unread 04-15-2010, 08:36 PM   #56
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My truck and trailer will pass everything but a gas station. I still have not decided which way I will be going yet, I guess it depends on which one of you two I follow. Richie will be lead footing through the hills at 100 mph plus and Rik will be doing 37 on the highway. I hate decisions.

Great.... another whiner.

The freeway is less hills to climb and less stress on the vehicles.
But I do agree with the "Richie doing 100" part. He has a heavy foot. I'm hoping he'll grow out of it the first time he blows the spiders in his d-35.
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Where's the GPS numbers Stevie?
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Where's the GPS numbers Stevie?
Well it's kinda like this....

Today was one of those days where one realizes why guns are not allowed at work, things didn't work out quite like I planned...



The bad news is I didn't make it out. Tonight.



The good news is that I enjoyed a delicious Chicago beef sandwich, chile cheese chips, and a Rolling Rock for dinner




and a 60oz blue margarita for dessert



I'm a pretty happy camper right here at home



I'll be heading out tomorrow morning at 6:30, or somewhere around there, should be out there mid-morning, I'll post up coords then



I need the recipe for that margarita, I'm totally love with Kim the Bartender, the girl of my dreams
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Blue Margarita recipe

1 1/2 oz 1800® Tequila
1 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
1 oz lime juice
coarse salt

Rub rim of ****tail glass with lime juice. Dip rim in coarse salt. Shake tequila, blue curacao, and lime juice with ice, strain into the salt-rimmed glass, and serve.
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Unread 04-16-2010, 09:56 AM   #60
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I cheat, if you put a couple shots of Tequila in pink lemonade or limeade it tastes just like a margarita.
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