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Old 01-07-2018, 05:44 PM   #31
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yes, that is correct. Bill Burke told me yesterday that the class is full (6 vans). I am not sure if he keeps a waiting list in case someone cancels, but I guess you could try....
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Old 01-07-2018, 05:47 PM   #32
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yes, that is correct. Bill Burke told me yesterday that the class is full (6 vans). I am not sure if he keeps a waiting list in case someone cancels, but I guess you could try....
Thank you for the quick response, I will call tomorrow.
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Old 01-07-2018, 06:29 PM   #33
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So what do people want.

how not to get stuck and be able to understand what terrain is telling you.
How to get unstuck without damage
What you need with you when out in the backcountry at a minimum.

Iím kinda demented and have the idea of getting people stuck then ask what plan they have then help them understand the pros and cons seeing how every instance has many variables.


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Old 01-07-2018, 06:52 PM   #34
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Iím kinda demented and have the idea of getting people stuck then ask what plan they have then help them understand the pros and cons seeing how every instance has many variables.
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Hmm I feel like maybe I have experienced that from you on one occasion....
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Old 01-09-2018, 04:46 PM   #35
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Took my daughter last year and had a wonderful time. You will know your rig MUCH better after the weekend! We went places and through things that I would have never tackled with out his guidance. Bring a pad and pencil, tape recorder or would that be an mp3 data recorder....just sooooo much information.

Also, your rig will get put through some real off road conditions. If you are averse to possible bumps, nerf bar scuffs, sand in your pants....STILL GO!

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PS - bring a guitar and harmonica....the evenings are special!
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Old 01-09-2018, 04:50 PM   #36
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Thanks Nimzero! Can't wait!
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Im still digesting the flood of knowledge Bill shared over the long weekend in Anza. We had a great group, made new friends and had lots of fun out wheelin and back at campfire. Thanks again Marcel and Bethanie for putting this together. And most of all thanks Bill!

as Bill says ... "Good Shit." heres a few pictures from the weekend and a little video from after the class. Theres was still sunlight and i decided i wasn't gonna air up till it got dark.









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Old 02-27-2018, 10:26 AM   #38
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Great shots and video, sounds like it was a good time.

[QUOTE=illking;222641]Im still digesting the flood of knowledge Bill shared over the long weekend in Anza. We had a great group, made new friends and had lots of fun out wheelin and back at campfire. Thanks again Marcel and Bethanie for putting this together. And most of all thanks Bill!

as Bill says ... "Good Shit." heres a few pictures from the weekend and a little video from after the class. Theres was still sunlight and i decided i wasn't gonna air up till it got dark.
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Looks like fun, Thumbs up!!
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Were there any Sprinters in that group?
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