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Thread: VIDEO : LONELY ROAD to Alamo - A Trek Across the Desert National Wildlife Refuge

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    Thanks for Sharing!

    I really enjoyed this video. It's nice to periodically see the adventures that our Jeeps are used for in addition to the Rubicon and Slick Rock, etc., types of trails. Kinda rekindles that "Pioneering Spirit".

    Thank you!

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    Beautiful scenery and awesome videography. Thanks for the ride along.

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    You guys do great work. Keep it up!


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    The vastness of that area is amazing!
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    Thanks for posting another great video. Always jealous of the interesting places you go to.

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    Take me to work with you! Great video guys!


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    Great video! Nevada has so many interesting trails and places to see.

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    I love the scenery too. Although some differences, the AZ desert keeps this Hoosier born guy in AZ. It also reminded me slightly of River Road in Big Bend National Park, TX. That one is only 55ish miles across one way but there are plenty of “side roads” that are fun too. Satellite phones were the only mode of communication there and I loved that!

    I LOL’d at Tessa when you mentioned beef jerky!

    Thanks again for a great video that makes me feel like I’m along for the ride! I keep saying it, hoping it’ll come true, but I want to get out your way someday!
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    Just watched it in High Def! Not every great trail requires 4L....

    Thanks for posting.





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    Another good one as always 👍👍👍👍

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