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post #91 of 966 Old 02-24-2013, 08:00 PM
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If we camp Friday night, I'm considering meeting at 10AM instead of 11AM. What do you all think? As some of you know, we just go a new puppy. Timing won't work out for us so well, so Cindy is taking one for the team and staying home to care for said pup. My daughter may be going with me on this one, so we may leave around noon to arrive at Hollister around 5PM for tent camping.
I should be all set up by then. When you get there just keep an eye out for my jeep. I'll hopefully be in the back corner of the campground.

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post #92 of 966 Old 02-24-2013, 08:05 PM
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there's always room.
Woohoo! I'm going to try to get my locker installed before the trip.

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Woohoo! I'm going to try to get my locker installed before the trip.
What kind of locker are you looking to get? Front or rear?
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What kind of locker are you looking to get? Front or rear?
Rear. Its already been ordered I just have to pick it up on Wednesday when it comes in and then the tricky part of having someone install it.

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Rear. Its already been ordered I just have to pick it up on Wednesday when it comes in and then the tricky part of having someone install it.
Oh yeah, you'll notice the difference. I did my gears at the same time as my lockers.
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Its already been geared to 4.10 but I need a little more traction than what my truetrac can afford me.

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If we camp Friday night, I'm considering meeting at 10AM instead of 11AM. What do you all think? As some of you know, we just go a new puppy. Timing won't work out for us so well, so Cindy is taking one for the team and staying home to care for said pup. My daughter may be going with me on this one, so we may leave around noon to arrive at Hollister around 5PM for tent camping.
So is your daughter going to be driving your Jeep since this is a girls run ?
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post #98 of 966 Old 02-24-2013, 11:29 PM
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Is it March yet?

I can't wait I don't think I can get lost this time. Maybe?

Hey Jimbob you gonna bring me my frs? Just curious? If you could I would appreciate it.

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So is your daughter going to be driving your Jeep since this is a girls run ?
So how does that work if your riding solo?
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So how does that work if your riding solo?
They'll have to deal with it cause I don't know about you but I don't do skirts.

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They'll have to deal with it cause I don't know about you but I don't do skirts.
my thoughts exactly.
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Hmmm, I'm trying to decide whether to camp or not. Google Maps says the entrance to the park is 2h 45m from me. I don't really have a problem driving that, but I haven't been camping in forever so it could be a nice change. Is there anything we need to know like fees to camp, etc.? Are there separate sites in the camping area and you can only put one tent in each or can we fit multiple tents in one spot, etc? I don't have any cooking gear, other than some thin camping/backpacking pots I inherited, but I do have a tent & sleeping bags.

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I can't wait to go. Not sure if I'm camping or not. Wife has to see the Dr that day at like 3pm. Will have to see how things go.

"follow at your own risk" or "trail? What trail? We don't need no stinking trail"
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So how does that work if your riding solo?
You have to wear a dress or skirt. You can slide on the high heels because you could twist an ankle if you have to get out to put the cow bell on.
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You have to wear a dress or skirt. You can slide on the high heels because you could twist an ankle if you have to get out to put the cow bell on.
that my friend is not going to happen.
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