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Old 12-24-2008, 12:59 PM   #41
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Death Valley in late Feb(not as cold) sounds good.

The White Rim trail in Moab is great,maybe the forum can go there in May.

The Fort Mojave Road is great in April.


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Old 12-24-2008, 03:58 PM   #42
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Personally, it is too hot in Moab in May and the crowds are there. April is better, but I'll try to be accomodating.

Next week I'll contact the reservation system and see what's available along the White Rim Road. Camping is limited, and only a couple of the sites can handle even small groups. There is one that I know of that is real nice and is large.

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White Rim Road sounds great. I can go either month so whatever works for the group.

I would be up for DV in Feb if anyone wants to do that too. Jeff, Jeffrey?

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I'm thinking about going to DV in a couple of weeks. I've been to just about every National Park in the area except for this one. Any suggestions of some must see places....And I'm down for Moad in May. I'd love to kick it with some fellow SMB owners.
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I'm thinking about going to DV in a couple of weeks. I've been to just about every National Park in the area except for this one. Any suggestions of some must see places....
Veg:
The route that Jeffery put together for last years rally helped me the first time we visited DV.
http://sportsmobileforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=694
http://sportsmobileforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=776


Just do a search for Death Valley on this site and you will find lots of suggestions.

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http://sportsmobileforum.com/viewtopic. ... ath+valley
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Personally, it is too hot in Moab in May and the crowds are there. April is better, but I'll try to be accomodating.

Next week I'll contact the reservation system and see what's available along the White Rim Road. Camping is limited, and only a couple of the sites can handle even small groups. There is one that I know of that is real nice and is large.

more later...
Any update on this? i am still very interested. Jeffrey-were you able to find anything out about White Rim?

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Re: Let's talk Forum Rally 09

I'm still new to the 4 wheeling thing... well new to driving in it...I'm game, but I'll need some guidance

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I am still interested.... Any where.

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Old 01-23-2009, 01:20 AM   #49
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Re: Let's talk Forum Rally 09

May 11-15th in Moab

Put it on your calendar. If we're going to do more than meet and tool around blindly somebody will have to organize. I'm locking this and starting a new thread.
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