post #61 of Old 03-11-2014, 11:25 PM
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By 10 am we had better be deep in the canyons, not still fart'n around at camp. Call when you get out there.

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post #62 of Old 03-11-2014, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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We'll be there dude. Until Sunday afternoon. Same time frame as last trip. I'll call you if anything changes, but doubt anything will

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post #63 of Old 03-11-2014, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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By 10 am we had better be deep in the canyons, not still fart'n around at camp. Call when you get out there.
Probably will have already done broken mirror twice!

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As mentioned I won't be getting out there until like 9 or 10 am on saturday. My fear is that I won't find you guys when I get there. Any way to insure we meet up? Do you guys plan to stay until Sunday sometime? Heading out that early in the week, I hope no one poops out saturday mid day and wants to go home.
kein, I have a way to contact them just about anywhere they are out there. Ham radio. There is a repeater right on Superstition mountain. It even reaches down into most of the canyons. Rrw is also a ham, so I can call for him and arrange a meeting place.

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Can you guys move superstition an hour or two closer to my house so I can make these trips?
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Chris, you can come to SD the day before, have some Lefty's stuffed pizza, spend the night and scoot out there the next day.

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Can you guys move superstition an hour or two closer to my house so I can make these trips?
Spend a couple less hours watching the view.

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You should go with moose's offer dude..if anything just for leftys pizza!

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Tempting but I have to work all day Friday.
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Lefty's > work. FYI

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By 10 am we had better be deep in the canyons, not still fart'n around at camp. Call when you get out there.
That depends on what's flowin around the camp fire Friday night. lol I know I'll be up by 7am on Saturday and rearin to climb some ledges. Mistress will kick my lily white hiney if we not out there!!!! On another note: a couple guys from work may join us out there if there are any open seats. They've done some novice trails at coral canyon in a taco but haven't really been involved in our level of wheeling. Broken mirror and the like will be a good introduction to the pucker I think. lol
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I might have a open seat, not sure yet. I need to get a hold of Greg and see if he's rolling out again with us

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Tempting but I have to work all day Friday.
cry me a river Chris.. I have to work all friday NIGHT and am still driving my tail out there after a ten hr shift....
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post #74 of Old 03-12-2014, 09:07 PM
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If I could drive my jeep there and then make it home I would but I don't trust for that much highway and the vibrations after 55 would rattle it apart. Now I am just making excuses. I am however taking the sand rail to Ocatillo this weekend.
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kein, I have a way to contact them just about anywhere they are out there. Ham radio. There is a repeater right on Superstition mountain. It even reaches down into most of the canyons. Rrw is also a ham, so I can call for him and arrange a meeting place.
Moose, don't know if I'll have the ham, needs some work, and as you know emergency trip out of town tonight leaves me without time to fix it.
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