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Ok I'm going to start this to see if we can get one going. I can't do it in July but I could in August so that is what I'm going to go for

One weekend in August and either Midland or Hobbs.

Might have to do it in Hobbs if Ryan can't get his truck highway ready

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i say hobbs, theres nothing around here that i know of, hope we can do it before the 28th, ill be in vegas for my 21st
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well that is the kind of info we need. So the last weekend is out
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give it a week or two, i think since were getting this out there 2 1/2 months before, we can make this one really good
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We could probably get more people at Hobbs if the other NM a little further west people show up

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theres another NM?
jk but yeah i know what you mean
know of any good places to go over there?
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yeah there is a$$ haha

Ok, the people in central NM could come to Hobbs and we could have more people haha

Ryan and Koyn seem to be going out quite a bit but don't know
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Here would be good, but I'll try to do whatever. As long as we do it on a weekend there shouldn't be any problems for me making it. There are a few places Koyn and I know of. One is kinda small but there is another one thats pretty good sized, and another I haven't wheeled at that is pretty big. We could find something to wheel on no doubt.
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another idea is to go to the park at stanton but I don't know how good that would be for trucks
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last time i went to the stanton track i jumped my truck 20 feet and busted the entire front end....besides that i was 16....anyway the track is much better if your on a bike. not much for trucks out there unless you wanna run across a almost dry lake bed.
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man it has been muddy all year. Everytime it is about to be dry it rains again
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yeah i know and i havnt even gone mudding, hopefully this rain were supposed to get this week will bring some more, i need to do some wheeling, been way too stressed with work and stuff lately
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starting to hail at my house right now. At least the ranger is in the garage haha
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I'm game.
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yah it started hailing here too, but at my apartment my truck doesnt fit under the carports because of my lights :(
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I wanna goooooooooooo. If the girlfriend gets a job and we can save a chunk of money this summer it might be a possibility.
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come on trent you got that cadillac to make the trip now
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Yeah get it together Trent. I could use a passenger lol.
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How far is Hobbs from me? Google says just over 7 hours, but Google tends to go way over on the estimates.

If I can get Lee to split gas I would be down.


My birthday is the 14th, not that the 22nd bday even means anything.

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Last time I went to San Antonio it was about 6.5 hours. Never driven to Austin though. I doubt it would take a full 7 hours though.
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hobbs is 1.5 from midland and midland is 4.5 from austin. So I say 6
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6 isn't bad. Get a date and I'll see what I can do.
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im gonna bump this thread, the longer we keep this thread up on the "last visit" the more people will see it i believe, matt, the drive wont be too bad, it should be about 6 hours like casey said. so long as you dont mind a few "speeding" along the way"....
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