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post #31 of 103 Old 11-24-2011, 08:58 PM
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Pics looks great. How was the weather?

I was hoping to make it down this year, but work got in the way. Next year I'll be able to come on down and get the rock tour.

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My therapist said I should be good after a few more sessions

I'll never forget the look on his face when I blew up, flipped him off and had an expletive ridden tirade pointed in his direction. He was laughing so hard, nearly fell off that rock perch!

I still wanted him up there telling me what to do and would again in a second!
Wasn't it you that was ready to sell your rig for the first person with $50.00 while you were all twisted up at the top of Outer Limits?

We all took that line up there the other day. It is a rough line.

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Pics looks great. How was the weather?

I was hoping to make it down this year, but work got in the way. Next year I'll be able to come on down and get the rock tour.
So far so good. It has been perfect. No real rain, the wind has been manageable, and gotten down to 30-40 at night and up to ~70 in the day.

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post #34 of 103 Old 11-24-2011, 09:07 PM
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Wasn't it you that was ready to sell your rig for the first person with $50.00 while you were all twisted up at the top of Outer Limits?

We all took that line up there the other day. It is a rough line.
I'm sure that's Blaine's story or something very similar, yes...

I was sick of driving it by the end and Gerald took it a bit of the last way up for me! I was "nearly" ready to leave it there and walk back to camp!
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I'm sure that's Blaine's story or something very similar, yes...

I was sick of driving it by the end and Gerald took it a bit of the last way up for me! I was "nearly" ready to leave it there and walk back to camp!
There is no doubt that those trails for someone not experienced in driving at that level will leave you with your tail between your legs. Add in the yelling laughter and high level of stress, then $50 bucks seems like a fair price just to get out from under it all.

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post #36 of 103 Old 11-24-2011, 10:38 PM
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Putting around at the Hammers is something you try to ease into, so you do not get in over your head right away. I thought a bunch of the pics were from Spooners, was there last Saturday more fun than Outelimits, did that without powersteering made for some very sore arms at the end of it, but a load of fun none the less

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post #37 of 103 Old 11-24-2011, 11:03 PM
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He's the leader of the occupy JV movement.

Any HP D30s in that line up?
Yes he is haha

And yes. 4 hp30's running 35in Mtr's and Mtr/k's all did just fine with no winching all day.

Here are some more pics I took with my iPod (not quality like eriks)

I was riding along with the jk axle build that Blaine and I just finished and hopped in with Gerald in the buggy a few times
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Idk why this dam iPod always loads pictures sideways and twisted and ****

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looks like you guys had a blast! Wish i had the money/time to cruize down there. Guess ill see you guys at KOH.

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post #40 of 103 Old 11-24-2011, 11:16 PM
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Wow you guys did Spooner's Canyon. How did everyone do on that trail? Not that the others trails you did are easy but Spooner's really has a reputation. That's where Larry busted his 35 spline Alloy USA D44 shaft.

Getting Savvy...

When you have a choice, buy American.
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Add Boulderdash and Chocolate Thunder to the list.... we picked those 2 off in about 4 hours the first day there.

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I was able to head out there as well and had a few white knuckle moments. Had an absolute blast and met some really cool guys! I have some video and pics I took with my phone












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Looks fun!

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Wasn't it you that was ready to sell your rig for the first person with $50.00 while you were all twisted up at the top of Outer Limits?

We all took that line up there the other day. It is a rough line.
I heard this story from someone who was there. They said he had a mental break down and was almost in tears.

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I spy a lot of Savvy front bumpers!

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