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I'll see you there, we'll just come up for a day though. I'm sleeping in my own bed at night ha ha
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This may be a stupid question but what time do the trails open Saturday morning?

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I believe its 24/7, that's what their website says, I might be down doing some night runs on the easy trails
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Sweet. Because I think we may only be doing a day. I don't know yet though.

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Yay a swap meet! Maybe a can trade my stock stuff

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Hmm...I might have to show up for this...

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Hmm...I might have to show up for this...
wooh!

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Really now. I thought you were somewhere on the West Coast.

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wooh! I have a list of some jeeps on here i would love to see while trying to wheel all over the country and yours is one of them.
She's not that much to see, man, but I certainly appreciate the compliment.

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Really now. I thought you were somewhere on the West Coast.
I'm clandestine and sneaky, like that.

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Annabelle is looking at our schedule to see if we can do it and - if so - where we can stay; nothing's terribly easy or simple with her having a back injury. Even if we can't do a lot of driving, it'd be fun to take a few pictures.

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Annabelle is looking at our schedule to see if we can do it and - if so - where we can stay; nothing's terribly easy or simple with her having a back injury. Even if we can't do a lot of driving, it'd be fun to take a few pictures.
Sorry to hear that. But plenty of mild trails. Come on!

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Sorry to hear that. But plenty of mild trails. Come on!
You know what? The last time I was down there I ran all of the trails with 10 PSI in the tires and it still hurt; the front shocks fatigued on me and they've never really recovered. I didn't really notice it at the time, but when I got my tire pressures back up and drove around on the street I could tell a difference. I'll be surprised if I haven't toasted the shocks after another run like the last one.

Sorry for the derail, but I've been pissed about that for a month or so.

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You know what? The last time I was down there I ran all of the trails with 10 PSI in the tires and it still hurt; the front shocks fatigued on me and they've never really recovered. I didn't really notice it at the time, but when I got my tire pressures back up and drove around on the street I could tell a difference. I'll be surprised if I haven't toasted the shocks after another run like the last one.

Sorry for the derail, but I've been pissed about that for a month or so.
Derail? All my threads get derailed. I'm used to it.

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