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    Panamint Valley Days 2019

    Just registered. I vote for Fish/Coyote Canyon on Friday, Isham Canyon on Saturday and Defense Mine on Sunday. Thoughts?

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    Panamint Valley Days

    Looks good to me. I just installed new ball joints and new wheel sensors. Working on a few other things but I expect to be good to roll for PVD. Looking forward to it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruvicon View Post
    Just registered. I vote for Fish/Coyote Canyon on Friday, Isham Canyon on Saturday and Defense Mine on Sunday. Thoughts?

    Vic

    Going List:
    - Fiend
    - Astroman
    - Danford.lau
    - Ruvicon

    Maybe:
    - Jdofmemi
    - TrailHunter
    - jkjourneys
    Works for me

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    For those unfamiliar with this event:

    There are no amenities at the campsite other than porta-potties. Bring everything you need, including water.

    Run sign up sheets will be out the day before. So sign up Thursday for Friday runs, Friday for Saturday runs, etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post

    I really wish I could have done Surprise Canyon to Panamint City before it was closed.
    I’ve read some stuff about that. Sounds like it was quite a run. And quite a saga to try to keep it open for 4x4s. It’s also supposed to be a worthwhile hike, for those inclined.


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    Had a blast at PVD.

    Check out the first obstacle at Cummins Cutoff here. Enjoy!

    https://youtu.be/d47jKgotxSM


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    Haha, the pooch for the win!

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    That dog can climb!

    Looks like a great trail


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    Dan was the only one that signaled for the left turn at the top.

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    Is that an onion bag on the back of the last one?

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