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Unread 02-04-2014, 02:25 PM   #31
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If I an get my little willys jeep from rubbing the rear tires on the inner fender wells, I may make this! Taller shackles go on this weekend, and I'll figure out a bumpstop too.

How are the trails, open diff friendly? Only trails I've been on up there (in my TJ) are Nightmare and LCC I'd love to explore other areas over there!
Just thought I'd toss a shout out and see how your willy, er, willys is doing!?!? LOL



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Unread 02-04-2014, 02:29 PM   #32
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got the shackles on! Now I just need to take it on a quick wheeling trip to figure out how long I need to make the bump stops, I'll do that this weekend On my TJ, I would just pop out the springs and flex the axle, but can't really do that with leafs, haha!
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Unread 02-06-2014, 11:07 AM   #33
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I think I am gonna do some whole chickens on this trip! Got a hankerin' for something along these lines! Simple and slow cooked while I toss a few beers back! Super easy. What are ya'll thinkin' about eating? Don't worry, I always have enough to share.
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Unread 02-06-2014, 11:33 AM   #34
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Saturday Night, 02/22/14

Saturday Night...02/22/14

I am thinking maybe Saturday night for something like this (a good BBQ night) and maybe a "group" type dinner. I have some friends coming along on this trip that can't even make it out til Saturday night, so was thinking that might be a nice move for me to do for them. Open to suggestions and ideas.
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Unread 02-06-2014, 04:45 PM   #35
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OK Dave, we now have a club run on the 22nd dang it. I will try to get by on the 23rd.
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Unread 02-07-2014, 09:47 AM   #36
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I can bring some stuff like white chili, or even some of my other sides for Saturday night.
I was thinking of bringing the genset. That way we can run the blender if someone...(????)
brings a blender. ( and extra ice!!),
I can also make a tri tip in Bar b Que, and smoked if we want!
As always I'll have some home made Bisquits, and Sausage Gravy in the mornings,
as well as BACON!! for the ones who want.
I am sure that we will have enough food...now the BEER? Welllll... that could get rationed if nessasary !!
Daniel MAY come to my house, and leave from there, so he does not have to crank the entire way
in the Willy's first night.
Just put new plugs in the Cherokee after 80,000 miles, and it DOES make a difference right away. Platinums, but they looked pretty good. Changed em anyway!
I will have to restrain my dogs when we eat, as they are chow hounds, and WILL eat your food if left where they can reach it!
They also are insatiable eaters!! ( So don't give them any beans, cause they do sleep with me, and I don't need any competition in the gas department!)
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Unread 02-07-2014, 11:13 AM   #37
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Food

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I can bring some stuff like white chili, or even some of my other sides for Saturday night.
I was thinking of bringing the genset. That way we can run the blender if someone...(????)
brings a blender. ( and extra ice!!),
I can also make a tri tip in Bar b Que, and smoked if we want!
As always I'll have some home made Bisquits, and Sausage Gravy in the mornings,
as well as BACON!! for the ones who want.
I am sure that we will have enough food...now the BEER? Welllll... that could get rationed if nessasary !!
Daniel MAY come to my house, and leave from there, so he does not have to crank the entire way
in the Willy's first night.
Just put new plugs in the Cherokee after 80,000 miles, and it DOES make a difference right away. Platinums, but they looked pretty good. Changed em anyway!
I will have to restrain my dogs when we eat, as they are chow hounds, and WILL eat your food if left where they can reach it!
They also are insatiable eaters!! ( So don't give them any beans, cause they do sleep with me, and I don't need any competition in the gas department!)

I love the sides idea! I am gonna just go mostly basic for most of the trip with the exception of Saturday night. But, tri tip....hmmmmmm Steve! So unfair! So yummy! I will bring a bunch of sides as well. I do like the pilaf idea!


Also, Steve, I can bring the old school smoker on the trailer. In fact I half arsed was thinking so anyway! LOL What do you think? Or have you a smaller smoker? Lets figure this out and we can each accommodate accordingly.

And, we have a friend that donated or loaned or whatever, left at my house, a 12 volt blender! I can bring that.

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Unread 02-07-2014, 11:18 AM   #38
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And another thing! LOL

Just had to be said as I noticed my calendar (who am I kidding, I check it daily on my countdown to get away)!

Two weeks from today! I will have already had breakfast, finished my coffee, all while watching the desert sunrise and then have packed up enough to go and HIT THE TRAILS!

Cheers All!

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Unread 02-10-2014, 04:16 PM   #39
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Just bumping up for those who have missed the 15-16 bacon/Big Bear/flapjacks, and B.S. trip!
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Unread 02-13-2014, 10:38 AM   #40
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Well unfortunately, I'm probably not going to make it. The project I'm working on keeps pushing, so I'll be working that weekend :-(
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Unread 02-13-2014, 02:12 PM   #41
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Well unfortunately, I'm probably not going to make it. The project I'm working on keeps pushing, so I'll be working that weekend :-(
Sorry to hear it Daniel. But, there WILL be other times for sure! I always post here to keep anyone interested in the loop.

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Unread 02-13-2014, 02:27 PM   #42
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Sorry to hear it Daniel. But, there WILL be other times for sure! I always post here to keep anyone interested in the loop.

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Unread 02-14-2014, 04:10 PM   #43
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Sorry Danial, I was hoping you might have come out the night before, and brought that fine CJ. I look forward to seeing your rig, and having you along. That invite to come and make it a half way stop still stands, and we can put up a couple in the trailer so they would have both privacy, and a hot shower, micro, and even a chance to meet the trail dogs!! LOL!
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Unread 02-19-2014, 03:16 PM   #44
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One more day and then I head out! I really need a get away!
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Unread 02-19-2014, 06:27 PM   #45
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Ole "Slickrock" has a new to him Wrangler!!

2006, TJ, bone stock, and silver to match his 1 ton Ram 3500!!
Will be going to Goler and camping in the TJ, instead of the XJ, and NOT bringing the pop up trailer, as I don't have a hitch yet. Have the Tri-Tip already marinated, and ready, the Jeep is packed except for the Ice and Frozen stuff, as well as I need MORE BEER!!
MOST important, need more BEER!!
So stoked up, and ready, I think I will have to keep looking at my shorts for "skid marks"!! LOL!!
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