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    roller coster of emotions from the breakdown "Oh Damn!", to fear then laughter "when you look down the shaft" (things not to say in the dark)

    and finally relief and elation, Moby Lives!



    part 5! 41:47

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    Great vid! Glad you made it down the hill safely. Looked like a bit of an ass clencher.


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    Just turned it on a few minutes ago. I love that stretch of desert between Lee vining and lone pine.


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    Awesome video. It was obvious that you guys were having a great time. And you had a great attitude even during the time Moby broke down. Glad you weren't alone out there. That mine was super cool. Loved the video shots of the rock lights and flashlights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Couple things...
    Bummer about Moby but also yay for Moby
    Reward mine looks rad as fuck
    And Ive gotta get out that way. Maybe Ill have some time this weekend for some exploring.
    Cant wait for part 5... lots to fit in there so Im gonna call it 42:55
    LOL - nice way to sum things up

    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Another great video! Thanks for sharing. Sucks moby had issues but seems like things got sorted out. Definitely some cool stops along the way! Looking fwd to the rest!
    Happy to hear you enjoyed this one. Gotta get you and Alex out to some of these places with us

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    Hahaha great ending about went for a mullet not too long ago
    Im glad it was just a 15 amp fuse fix!

    For some reason I thought this would be the last episode, glad Im wrong!!!
    Next episode: 36:42
    Truth be told, we were gunning to make this a 4 part series but decided that there was way too much that happened to squeeze the rest of the trip into one episode.

    Quote Originally Posted by robx251 View Post
    Love the series damn how those brakes smoked... not bad for no vacuum assist.

    Part 5 41:27
    It took a lot of work but yeah, they got the job done

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    roller coster of emotions from the breakdown "Oh Damn!", to fear then laughter "when you look down the shaft" (things not to say in the dark)

    and finally relief and elation, Moby Lives!



    part 5! 41:47
    Definitely, things not to say in the dark

    Quote Originally Posted by Abntroop View Post
    Great vid! Glad you made it down the hill safely. Looked like a bit of an ass clencher
    It was sketchy for sure. Gave me a real appreciate for power brakes and steering.

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Just turned it on a few minutes ago. I love that stretch of desert between Lee vining and lone pine.
    Oh yeah, sure is pretty out that way.

    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Awesome video. It was obvious that you guys were having a great time. And you had a great attitude even during the time Moby broke down. Glad you weren't alone out there. That mine was super cool. Loved the video shots of the rock lights and flashlights.
    Fortunately, we were with friends and really, that's all you need to have a good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Truth be told, we were gunning to make this a 4 part series but decided that there was way too much that happened to squeeze the rest of the trip into one episode.
    Well Im certainly looking forward to it!

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    "...To 15 amp fuses.." That was hilarious Bubba... No matter how much you prepare, something stupid can always bite ya... Cool that you figured it out. This was a great chapter in the adventure. Awesome!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    "...To 15 amp fuses.." That was hilarious Bubba... No matter how much you prepare, something stupid can always bite ya... Cool that you figured it out. This was a great chapter in the adventure. Awesome!!


    46:26
    Glad to hear you had fun watching this one even though there wasn't a whole lot of wheeling in it - like none

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    I think I liked this video the best so far. I love wheeling in rocks but I think I like exploring the desert the most. The history lessons and how you explain them really add that special touch too. Even though Ive been to and explored these areas its great to hear the history of them.

    Side note, how was Cerro Gordo? Ive heard good and bad about the new owners. Do you know if you still need reservations to visit or just to camp?


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