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post #11071 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 06:21 PM
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Is there another trail to the river that isn't washboard, but technical enough to keep the dooshes out? Theres a decent one to the lake on the Arizona side that's not too bad, but I've seen fifth wheels at that beach. I'm sure more and more people know about it, as more time goes by. Also, I did a kayaking trip with a buddy and his parents about 8 yrs ago. The company dropped us in the water below the dam literally at the pylons and picked us up at cottonwood, I believe. That was an awesome trip. Anyone know of a trip similar to that or anyone interested in setting stuff like that up? If a few of us got kayaks and could organize transportation to and from drop off and pick up, it could be fun. The river was cool an clean with few bugs. I would love to do more of that, but having a pick up spot to load your stuff on down river is definitely the way to go.
I've done that on canoes 10+ yrs ago it was way fun. Did you stop at the various beaches and check out the hot springs? One of my more memorable trips out there. Next time I'm down with doing jet skis.

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post #11072 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 06:33 PM
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Has one of the best wreck videos ever. Just a bummer he didn't get taken care of in that wreck!
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post #11073 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 06:45 PM
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Is there another trail to the river that isn't washboard, but technical enough to keep the dooshes out? Theres a decent one to the lake on the Arizona side that's not too bad, but I've seen fifth wheels at that beach. I'm sure more and more people know about it, as more time goes by. Also, I did a kayaking trip with a buddy and his parents about 8 yrs ago. The company dropped us in the water below the dam literally at the pylons and picked us up at cottonwood, I believe. That was an awesome trip. Anyone know of a trip similar to that or anyone interested in setting stuff like that up? If a few of us got kayaks and could organize transportation to and from drop off and pick up, it could be fun. The river was cool an clean with few bugs. I would love to do more of that, but having a pick up spot to load your stuff on down river is definitely the way to go.
I thought Bighorn cove on the AZ side was cool, and a fun drive.

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post #11074 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 06:52 PM
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burro wash is not that bad. Just don't plan on going fast and being speed racer. My favorite part is the clothing optional beach at the end.


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post #11075 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 07:34 PM
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Thanks for the heads up. I was curious about it. Did you air down at all?
I didn't air down, probably a mistake in hindsight haha
Can't say it would have helped much either though
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post #11076 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 07:39 PM
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burro wash is not that bad. Just don't plan on going fast and being speed racer. My favorite part is the clothing optional beach at the end.


Isn't that where polka and bunny had their sword fight at?
I actually had a good time on Burro Wash when I did it last ... the wife hated it ...

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post #11078 of 41897 Old 05-14-2012, 09:56 PM
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Amazing the wildlife that shows up at a Texas water feeder.
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I think everyone has their own opinion of rough. I'd rather wheel all day on beach ball size boulders and 8' tall water falls then do burro wash that seems to be endless baseball sized rocks till you drop down into the actual wash part.

I'll find the clip of donahoe rolling. I think he goes like 8 times or something. It's a good one...

Till then, here's a freshy! just jump to 47 seconds in...


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here's the offroad pedophile showing the proper way to cross the street.

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and here he is running out of talent.


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Amazing the wildlife that shows up at a Texas water feeder.
He should fill the water with a form of ex-lax.
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Amazing the wildlife that shows up at a Texas water feeder.
I didn't think your buddy's ranch wasn't that close to the border. I also thought, don't cougars eat coyotes?

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Someone tagged this guy good lmao.
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post #11085 of 41897 Old 05-15-2012, 01:54 AM
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Someone tagged this guy good lmao.
That actually gives me an idea! I wonder if you can get clear stickers that have the reflective property that his sheriff decals do. They would not be very visible during the day, but once headlights hit them they glow like neon! Hmmm

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