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post #61 of 602 Old 04-29-2011, 06:09 PM
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Wow this sounds pretty great. Mind if a TJ girl joins?


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Wow this sounds pretty great. Mind if a TJ girl joins?
Of course you are welcome to come along. I checked out your Jeep profile, and you are set up pretty well. Have you ever done any trails like Deer Valley before?

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I havn't... I've done things like Prairie City and the like...and wheeling up in Rescue on private property...I just really love meeting new Jeepers...if I can get time off...

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I havn't... I've done things like Prairie City and the like...and wheeling up in Rescue on private property...I just really love meeting new Jeepers...if I can get time off...

Well it is on the weekend, unless you work weekends, you can make it.

We had some newbs last year, and everyone made it through OK. Well except for me. I broke a shackle mount. At least I was able to drive it off the trail.

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That was my first ever trail last year. It was a great weekend to learn the limits of your Jeep.
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Depending on the water depth I'll either follow through or just head back and call it a day . I cant afford a dead engine or a tranny filled with water.
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I havn't... I've done things like Prairie City and the like...and wheeling up in Rescue on private property...I just really love meeting new Jeepers...if I can get time off...
Those sound like my old stomping grounds. Where did you wheel in rescue? Btw don't wheel behind Denny's anymore. They have cops enforcing it now.

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Wow it sounds like a lot of fun...I'm a little worried about breaking something...haha.

But I guess there isn't any fun without risk...

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Those sound like my old stomping grounds. Where did you wheel in rescue? Btw don't wheel behind Denny's anymore. They have cops enforcing it now.
Really? Haha it sounds like you learned about the Denny's thing from experience? I sometimes wheel out there with some Toyota guys from Autozone...one of them has a house in this gated community with HECKA land behind it filled with little creeks and trees and rocks and logs and hills...all kinds of stuff. They even tried to dig a frametwister out. Tried being the operative word.

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Wow it sounds like a lot of fun...I'm a little worried about breaking something...haha.

But I guess there isn't any fun without risk...



Really? Haha it sounds like you learned about the Denny's thing from experience? I sometimes wheel out there with some Toyota guys from Autozone...one of them has a house in this gated community with HECKA land behind it filled with little creeks and trees and rocks and logs and hills...all kinds of stuff. They even tried to dig a frametwister out. Tried being the operative word.
People broke last trip. We all work together until your **** gets fixed.

Yea I actually have learned from experience behind Dennys. My roomate just did when we went home last weekend. Ive been close though. As long as they dont catch you driving out of there, they cant do anything. Have you been up to 4bay road? There used to be a trail to the river off Deer Valley road but it got land locked. Ive been talking to a guy that backs up to it too see if we can get out there again. But it doesnt sound like that is happening anytime soon. It was a sweet trail too!

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I'll see if I can bring a person I know, he might want to join in, he isnt a JF member, that alright?
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Would be cool to go up to deer valley dont think i have ever been up there.
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Would be cool to go up to deer valley dont think i have ever been up there.
It's a fun day, but definately bring mosquito spray. Maybe we'll bump into each other on the way, I usually drive alone till we all meet up somewhere.

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