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    To California from Phoenix and back.

    Celebrated anniversary with the wife. Hit up San Diego CA, Laguna Beach, Long Beach and Yucca Valley. Did a little trail riding in Yucca but no pics. First long trip in the Jeep and it did well.

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    Devil's Peak and Aztec Tank, NV

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    I'm fortunate enough to live a few miles from a trail known locally as the backway to Crown King. Did the entire ride last Saturday and just a few miles today. Got to say my new Rubicon handles it well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlStew View Post
    huh?......
    Lol sorry I left the quote out...my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Confused me too.
    Yep sorry I'm half retarted. Accidentally deleted the quote to him...Jeeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    Ran Sidewinder and 911A at corral canyon with a new group of guys. Had a blast, broke some shit and FINALLY got up this waterfall I've attempted for what seems like forever.

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    You're such a badass! Such a fun trip. Glad I was there to see you make it up.

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    St. George, Utah:

    Spent Wednesday afternoon on the BLM trails south of Sand Hollow State Park, east of St. George. The trails are accessible from Utah Highway 7, Southern Parkway, at Warner Valley Road from the south, or Long Valley Road and Warner Draw Road from the north. Had a lot of fun, without being too far away from civilization!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kirstinthemermaid View Post
    You're such a badass! Such a fun trip. Glad I was there to see you make it up.
    That was so much fun. Fixing the rig behind us wasn't that great but thank you for feeding me cold beer consistently

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgoss View Post
    That was so much fun. Fixing the rig behind us wasn't that great but thank you for feeding me cold beer consistently
    It really was. I always got your back. Need to make sure your getting a healthy dose of alcohol when we go wheelin

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