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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
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    So how many here are going to Offroad Expo?

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    I made plans to go Sunday......but I really need to work on wife’s Jeep.

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    Switch Pros had a good deal going. Picked me up one.

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    SoCal Wheeling/Camping Nov. 20-24

    Hey Guys and Gals.

    Looks like a trip is forming for Nov. 20-24th. The current plan is to camp near Odessa/Doran loop the first night and run the trail in the morning (21st). When that fun is done we'll head south for Cougar Buttes and camp there the night of the 21st and wheel CB the 22nd. As the trip gets closer we'll decide where we are going next. A couple of thoughts include Big Bear which is only an hour away from CB or Defense Mine which is substantially longer drive. Things are still in the planning stage but all the trails we are planning on running will be rated Difficult.

    Lift, 35's, lockers, sliders, tow points/ winch are Strongly recommended
    Body damage is possible

    This is a family friendly trip.

    If you want to come for a day or all days that's fine.


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    Clearskies
    ResurectionJK
    jjlong
    fiend
    RubiDave



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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Hey Guys and Gals.

    Looks like a trip is forming for Nov. 20-24th. The current plan is to camp near Odessa/Doran loop the first night and run the trail in the morning (21st). When that fun is done we'll head south for Cougar Buttes and camp there the night of the 21st and wheel CB the 22nd. As the trip gets closer we'll decide where we are going next. A couple of thoughts include Big Bear which is only an hour away from CB or Defense Mine which is substantially longer drive. Things are still in the planning stage but all the trails we are planning on running will be rated Difficult.

    Lift, 35's, lockers, sliders, tow points/ winch are Strongly recommended
    Body damage is possible

    This is a family friendly trip.

    If you want to come for a day or all days that's fine.


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    Looking forward to some Mojave time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Hey Guys and Gals.

    Looks like a trip is forming for Nov. 20-24th. The current plan is to camp near Odessa/Doran loop the first night and run the trail in the morning (21st). When that fun is done we'll head south for Cougar Buttes and camp there the night of the 21st and wheel CB the 22nd. As the trip gets closer we'll decide where we are going next. A couple of thoughts include Big Bear which is only an hour away from CB or Defense Mine which is substantially longer drive. Things are still in the planning stage but all the trails we are planning on running will be rated Difficult.

    Lift, 35's, lockers, sliders, tow points/ winch are Strongly recommended
    Body damage is possible

    This is a family friendly trip.

    If you want to come for a day or all days that's fine.


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    Clearskies
    ResurectionJK
    I wouldn't be able to do the entire 4 days, but I would love to hook up with you guys that weekend wherever you may be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clearskies View Post
    Hey Guys and Gals.

    Looks like a trip is forming for Nov. 20-24th. The current plan is to camp near Odessa/Doran loop the first night and run the trail in the morning (21st). When that fun is done we'll head south for Cougar Buttes and camp there the night of the 21st and wheel CB the 22nd. As the trip gets closer we'll decide where we are going next. A couple of thoughts include Big Bear which is only an hour away from CB or Defense Mine which is substantially longer drive. Things are still in the planning stage but all the trails we are planning on running will be rated Difficult.

    Lift, 35's, lockers, sliders, tow points/ winch are Strongly recommended
    Body damage is possible

    This is a family friendly trip.

    If you want to come for a day or all days that's fine.


    On the list so far...
    Clearskies
    ResurectionJK
    I may be able to join for a day or two. Eg saturday.


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    Maybe... Would be great to get out on the rocks again.



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