post #1 of Old 02-23-2013, 05:23 AM Thread Starter
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Sedona

We will be going to Sedona on March 17th for a couple days. Anyone who wants to come on up and join us is more than welcome.

we will be running Broken Arrow and a couple other lesser known trails.

hope y'all can come up the hill for a little fun!


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post #2 of Old 03-14-2013, 12:37 AM
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I would be there if I wasn't going to Laughlin. I need to get out and wheel soon..
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post #3 of Old 03-14-2013, 08:52 AM
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The wheeling in Bull head/ Laughlin is way better anyway. Not as scenic. But way more trails from, you wont make it to EZPZ.

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post #4 of Old 03-23-2013, 04:12 AM Thread Starter
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And some pictures of the trip. Not just repairs in parking lots. haha.









We started noticing some weird electrical symptoms on the trail on day two and we hauled *** back to town. Good thing we did too because the Jeep quit just as we pulled into the parking space at O'reilly's. The next few hours were devoted to swapping the alternator (seen in previous post) and farting around with the employees who helped us out.



After we swapped the alternator, we went searching for alcohol. I found my beer, and Cassie found her drink...still not quite sure what it was:



We ended up doing a little bar hopping in Jerome. Found Perkinsville Road and jotted that trail down for another day. If I remember right, It goes all the way up to Williams. Could be fun.

Anyway, We hung around the old mines and took it easy:



I also found this little doozy on the way back from Cottonwood...I'll keep its location just for me though. It was peaceful there:



Overall, it was a fun trip...

too bad none of you could join us.

Next time. Next time...

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Looks like you all had a great time! Wish I could if made it on Monday. Ended up going Tuesday
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post #6 of Old 03-24-2013, 04:18 PM
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And some pictures of the trip. Not just repairs in parking lots. haha.

We started noticing some weird electrical symptoms on the trail on day two and we hauled *** back to town. Good thing we did too because the Jeep quit just as we pulled into the parking space at O'reilly's. The next few hours were devoted to swapping the alternator (seen in previous post) and farting around with the employees who helped us out.

After we swapped the alternator, we went searching for alcohol. I found my beer, and Cassie found her drink...still not quite sure what it was:

We ended up doing a little bar hopping in Jerome. Found Perkinsville Road and jotted that trail down for another day. If I remember right, It goes all the way up to Williams. Could be fun.

Anyway, We hung around the old mines and took it easy:

I also found this little doozy on the way back from Cottonwood...I'll keep its location just for me though. It was peaceful there:

Overall, it was a fun trip...

too bad none of you could join us.

Next time. Next time...
Perkinsville is a really fun road. Pretty easy trail tho

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post #7 of Old 03-27-2013, 12:23 PM
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Perkinsville Road can take you to Williams or Chino Valley. Either way there's lots of fun offshoots to take!

These are at the southwestern end of Sycamore Canyon...






This is up towards Williams...






Perkinsville Road is easy, but there are parallel Forest roads that are more challenging.

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