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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby GroundAndPound » Fri Aug 07, 2009 10:44 pm

gotmud wrote:
GroundAndPound wrote:Coolio ... Both are great options! I've heard there is also a short, side trail off of Cleghorn with some great obstacles, steep climbs, etc.

Other than that ... anybody wanna go back to Moab???
Hey bud how ya doing??? Get the scratches out of the front end??? :lol: Anyhows, any time you want to go back to Moab you say the word, I'd roll with ya again..... 8)


Hey Bro! Good hearing from you. The scratches that everybody said "would buff right off in 5 minutes" are still there. I'm told it gives the truck character between the rock scars and my Moab-edition rear license plate. 8) Rumor has it there may be something going on in Moab the 2nd week of October ... I'm holding out for an invite or I just might bring more moonshine and crash the party again. :lol: Hope things are well your way.
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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby gotmud » Sat Aug 08, 2009 7:54 am

GroundAndPound wrote:
gotmud wrote:
GroundAndPound wrote:Coolio ... Both are great options! I've heard there is also a short, side trail off of Cleghorn with some great obstacles, steep climbs, etc.

Other than that ... anybody wanna go back to Moab???
Hey bud how ya doing??? Get the scratches out of the front end??? :lol: Anyhows, any time you want to go back to Moab you say the word, I'd roll with ya again..... 8)


Hey Bro! Good hearing from you. The scratches that everybody said "would buff right off in 5 minutes" are still there. I'm told it gives the truck character between the rock scars and my Moab-edition rear license plate. 8) Rumor has it there may be something going on in Moab the 2nd week of October ... I'm holding out for an invite or I just might bring more moonshine and crash the party again. :lol: Hope things are well your way.
Ya I kind of caught wind of something in Oct. too so i'm keeping my eyes pierced for that post....Hopefully something will come of it and see ya there....
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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby Bellvis » Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:00 pm

Borrego Springs Parade - Oct. 24-25
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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby Seth » Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:27 pm

Bellvis wrote:Borrego Springs Parade - Oct. 24-25

I didn't make it last year, so I don't know how much fun it was, but won't the parade take away from valuable wheeling time? If it is fun and not too long I'd be up for it.
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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby Bellvis » Thu Aug 13, 2009 3:37 pm

Seth wrote:
Bellvis wrote:Borrego Springs Parade - Oct. 24-25

I didn't make it last year, so I don't know how much fun it was, but won't the parade take away from valuable wheeling time? If it is fun and not too long I'd be up for it.


It is only a few hours long in the morning.
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Re: So-Cal Events Thread

Postby Seth » Thu Aug 13, 2009 9:36 pm

Bellvis wrote:
Seth wrote:
Bellvis wrote:Borrego Springs Parade - Oct. 24-25

I didn't make it last year, so I don't know how much fun it was, but won't the parade take away from valuable wheeling time? If it is fun and not too long I'd be up for it.


It is only a few hours long in the morning.

Yeah and I noticed how you planned the weekend for Saturday/Sunday. Looks like fun.
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