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    Moab Jeep Safari April 2017

    Going to Moab for the jeep safari, 8-16 April 2017. First trip to Moab, trailering my jeep from Calif. Any suggestions/cautions/advice for the trip or the safari. Registration for the trails does not open until the 31st of this month.
    Anyone else planning on driving out from Calif?

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    This year will be my first time going so I don't have any advice or tips but I'll be driving my Jeep from CA as well.

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    Im going with some people from nocal. Trying to trailer the jeeps there....

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    Hmmm, no more holidays until end of May... this could be a good excuse to take some vacation...anyone here in Northern NV going?


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    Heading there from Colorado! First time at the safari though.


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    Cook as many meals as you can for the simple fact that most places to eat will easily have a 1-2 hour wait. Even the shitty ones. Don't be in a hurry. That place moves at its own pace and on its own schedule so take your time, plan ahead and enjoy it.


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    I'm going...I make all my restaurant reservations 4 weeks in advance


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    Thanks for the heads up on the restaurants. Staying at a hotel, but I'll throw the camp stove in the truck just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p38 View Post
    Thanks for the heads up on the restaurants. Staying at a hotel, but I'll throw the camp stove in the truck just in case.
    Go out and eat with your trail mates in a restaurant...don't worry about the crowds, it's all part of the experience...

    The other option is to rent a house with a couple other people...but after a full day on the trail, if you don't have to tweak something on your rig, all you want to do is take a hot shower and let someone else cook & clean...


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    [QUOTE=Brute;829479]Go out and eat with your trail mates in a restaurant...don't worry about the crowds, it's all part of the experience...

    The other option is to rent a house with a couple other people...but after a full day on the trail, if you don't have to tweak something on your rig, all you want to do is take a hot shower and let someone else cook & clean...


    I looked at a few of the house/condo rentals but it's a solo trip and first time so I opted for a hotel room. Thanks, you are right - it is about the experience. Hopefully there won't be very much wrenching on the jeep. I will make some restaurant reservations.

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