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Unread 07-07-2002, 08:45 AM   #1
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Miller Jeep Trail July 6, 2002- Pictures. Kirk, Alex, Jim, Paul, Dan, Stacy, 4 others

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We hit the Miller Jeep Trail on Saturday morning. Was a perfect wheeling day- started out from the flying J in Frazier Park- me, Alex, Jim, Dan and his wife Stacy, Jims friend Paul. A very cool group to wheel with. When we hit the trail head we ran into two more couples. They had not been on the Miller trail yet so we all hooked up together. We had 7 rigs, 10 people and one dog. The two couples we hooked up with should be checking out this site- I'm sorry but I can't remember their names- but they were a great group of people- had a great time.
Next time- a few more from here should hook up with us.










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Unread 07-07-2002, 09:18 AM   #2
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Unread 07-07-2002, 01:07 PM   #3
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Well, I had a good time!
Looking forward to the Last Chance run-
We should get a few more people to go- a few weeks notice?
Jim, Dan, Stacy, Paul,and the two other couples, hope you all can make the next run- (including the four others, and kelly? the dog) Great meeting you guys- Alex- was great wheeling with you again.
Looking forward to the next run!
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Unread 07-07-2002, 05:10 PM   #4
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Just a personal THANK YOU to all Who Joined us on this trip ! I had a blast I only wish My Jeep wasn't giveing me carberator problems ( I burned 31 gallons of fuel from santa clarita till end of trail ! ) Had a great time ! nice to put faces to the names . Looking forward to our next trip !

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The two couples we hooked up with should be checking out this site- I'm sorry but I can't remember their names- but they were a great group of people- had a great time.

Kirk ,
We need to remember these people because those were te best Damn cookies I ever had !!!!!
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geez jim! 31 gallons! dang. I think I only burned about 3 or 4 on the trail after i tanked up at flying j. then drove to glendale from gorman and back to oxnard today and think i've still got about 10 gallons in the tank!.. thanks for the brake lines btw. they'll be put to good use shortly...
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yeah jim, we can tell you like your cookies.. :
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I told you all it was running rich ! [Wink]

GOODTIMES !

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I told you all it was running rich ! [Wink]

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Jim - my new 360 is only getting 7.6 mpg - I would have loved to have made it up that way and wheeled with you folks but I'm not sure I could afford the fuel bill!
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I filled up about 40 miles from flying J then dumped 5 in on the trail then filled up at flying j at end of day . so technically I only used about 20 gallons on trip

JIM

Steve have you considered Fuel INjection kit yet ?
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Looks like a good time ! I got out yesterday and got dirty, so the weekend was complete(how can ya go thru the forth w/o wheeling [Wink] ?!?!).

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I really need to get my internet hooked up again (at home).

Yes, we had a great time. I really love that stuff. And I now have a few battle scars on the rear panels (rear wasn't connected and it flexed a lot) but it's cool. I can live with them. Also, the pics don't really show how steep and tech. it really is. It was AWESOME.

I was also REALLY suprised that my wife liked it. Normally I have to be going 60 while hitting some whoops for her to have fun.

And those cookies were good. But looking at some of my pics I need to cut back on the snacks. Oh, and in the future, I only want to see head shots of me.. No more pics that show my tummy.

It was great meeting all of you. And we'll defin. be doing it again soon.
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I filled up about 40 miles from flying J then dumped 5 in on the trail then filled up at flying j at end of day . so technically I only used about 20 gallons on trip

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Steve have you considered Fuel INjection kit yet ?

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Mmmmm, dusty!!!!!

I'd love to drive down to the old stomping grounds for a ride sometime. Just give a few weeks notice. Looks like fun, never did the Miller trail.
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Are you working this weekend ? maybe a quick Saturday run ? Gonna straighten carb out friday
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