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post #29821 of 40307 Old 12-17-2012, 10:06 AM
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I'm totally on board for a day run on Monday. Wife wants a motel, though, if we stay over. Is there one in Seeley?
There's is nothing in Seely. But, Imperial is ten or so miles further and there is a costco, super walmart and some motels.

After discovering what's in Imperial after my last trip out there I'm changing the whole trip plan. Instead of dragging 300 lbs of food, ice and beer up over the mountain I'm going to go empty and go straight to Imperial to fill the coolers, gas up and get a pizza at costco for friday night dinner.


FYI. It's about 17 miles from the camping spot to Imperial. If you stay on the freeway for (I think) two more exits there is a Dennys right off the freeway.

Seely actually has a gas pump and a taco shop, but both close early; like maybe 7pm. Nothing else, literally nothing.


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post #29822 of 40307 Old 12-17-2012, 10:54 AM
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Does anyone know if a 44re auto trans out of a 2000 Cherokee will work in a 2004 Rubicon? Or will it have computer concerns? Asking for a buddy

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There's is nothing in Seely. But, Imperial is ten or so miles further and there is a costco, super walmart and some motels.

After discovering what's in Imperial after my last trip out there I'm changing the whole trip plan. Instead of dragging 300 lbs of food, ice and beer up over the mountain I'm going to go empty and go straight to Imperial to fill the coolers, gas up and get a pizza at costco for friday night dinner.


FYI. It's about 17 miles from the camping spot to Imperial. If you stay on the freeway for (I think) two more exits there is a Dennys right off the freeway.

Seely actually has a gas pump and a taco shop, but both close early; like maybe 7pm. Nothing else, literally nothing.
Not only that, but El Centro also has Mexicali Chicken and Salad, makers of the greatest carne asade fries in the world. Right on Imperial Ave.

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Not only that, but El Centro also has Mexicali Chicken and Salad, makers of the greatest carne asade fries in the world. Right on Imperial Ave.
That's what, another 15 miles past Imperial? Kind of far to go from camp and back but not so bad for the initial load up.

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did anyone catch the news last night?? there was an absolutely mangled CJ found in a drainage ditch. driver (22y male) was killed, passenger was in intensive care. anyone we knows? it looked pretty well built from what i could tell from the wreckage. bummer..

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There's is nothing in Seely. But, Imperial is ten or so miles further and there is a costco, super walmart and some motels.

After discovering what's in Imperial after my last trip out there I'm changing the whole trip plan. Instead of dragging 300 lbs of food, ice and beer up over the mountain I'm going to go empty and go straight to Imperial to fill the coolers, gas up and get a pizza at costco for friday night dinner.


FYI. It's about 17 miles from the camping spot to Imperial. If you stay on the freeway for (I think) two more exits there is a Dennys right off the freeway.

Seely actually has a gas pump and a taco shop, but both close early; like maybe 7pm. Nothing else, literally nothing.
And there is that little store at the gas station that my wife just loves.

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Does anyone know if a 44re auto trans out of a 2000 Cherokee will work in a 2004 Rubicon? Or will it have computer concerns? Asking for a buddy
Cherokees didn't come with the 44re, grand cherokee's did.

I would check the grand Cherokee section to see.
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Cherokees didn't come with the 44re, grand cherokee's did.

I would check the grand Cherokee section to see.
Yeah I checked with my buddy it is from a Grand Cherokee.

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The Mayans were right, the world is coming to an end. My twins got their driver's permits today.
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post #29831 of 40307 Old 12-17-2012, 10:25 PM
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Not only that, but El Centro also has Mexicali Chicken and Salad, makers of the greatest carne asade fries in the world. Right on Imperial Ave.
Sounds like we need a road trip

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post #29832 of 40307 Old 12-18-2012, 08:54 AM
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Sounds like we need a road trip
"I remember when country music was George Jones and Dolly Parton," "Now it's the cast of 'Glee' with cowboy hats." -Ron White and his mother at the 2012 ACMA show"

Oh, Man! I love Ron White. Yeah, ROAD TRIP!!!

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The Mayans were right, the world is coming to an end. My twins got their driver's permits today.
Gee, Ron. Maybe they will be as good as Colin...

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