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post #601 of Old 06-04-2011, 08:20 AM
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Where's Burro Wash at?

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Burro wash is a little too long of a drive. It looks like a fun trip though

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I dont know if anyone has ever seen this website


http://davidson-law.net/blogs/jeepla...y-jeep-trails/

He also hase KML files that open up in Google Earth...

quite nifty!

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Thanks for the mention PhotoJared. I'm still building the site and have been adding new trails each week. Feel free to come back often or subscribe to the RSS feed to be notified when new content is added. I also have some trails in northwestern AZ as well.

http://davidson-law.net/blogs/jeepla...y-jeep-trails/

I'm looking to expand into Lincoln and White Pine Counties as I have the time to make runs up there.
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Hey davidsonlaw, thats awesome!

Keep up the good work! If you ever want one or more jeeps to accompany you on any of your trail discovery, let me know.

It's be cool if you got up into lincoln county and white pine, The silver state trail is pretty long. I did a bunch of work with folks in Panaca doing a masterplan for Cathedral Gorge State park, and part of it was getting the silver state trail to tie into it.

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post #607 of Old 06-04-2011, 06:45 PM
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It's cool to see that in the light. Last time I was there it was at 2 in the morning. Not sure I would drive out there without another jeep though. It's probably 2 hour drive from boulder ity over bumpy trail and some rock crawling.
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Just south of Boulder City

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Burro Wash is a fun drive that kicks off from the large power substation south of Boulder City. It's not terribly difficult, with just a few places with iffy traction. It does get crowded on Saturdays as the day continues, so an early start is best. I drove down there with a friend who was driving a landcruiser, and he got steamed that all we saw were jeeps.

I've got a KML file of this route on my blog:

http://davidson-law.net/blogs/jeepla...13/burro-wash/
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Anyone here rocking home made quick discos?
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It's cool to see that in the light. Last time I was there it was at 2 in the morning. Not sure I would drive out there without another jeep though. It's probably 2 hour drive from boulder ity over bumpy trail and some rock crawling.
Burro wash, I thought, was an easy trail wife and I did that on our own.
Heck I even put my wife behind the wheel for some of it.




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Anyone here rocking home made quick discos?
I got some RE's you can pick up from me for cheap. New.

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Anyone here rocking home made quick discos?
Shoot Vegas Matt a PM, he just installed some studs with holes through them, and uses big cotter pins/washers.

Seems to work well for him!

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Oh and, just wanted to share these....cliche location, but i feel like the jeep matches perfectly, haha.




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Heya Las Vegans... another member turned me on to the Vegas section. Just picked up a 98 XJ this past week... its my first jeep. So far I love it, and look forward to taking it out in the dirt
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Heya Las Vegans... another member turned me on to the Vegas section. Just picked up a 98 XJ this past week... its my first jeep. So far I love it, and look forward to taking it out in the dirt
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