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I wanna wheel with you. I was planning a road trip to lake havasu next summer, I may have to hit up pheonix too!
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on a funny note i recieved my arizona state land permit today. so now i can legally go on state land trusts lol
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Cool! I'm sure you'll use it again before the year ends. Either way you're safe wheeling all over the state! Maybe legal is better than safe, lol.
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yea maybe who knows lol hey you have a pm comin
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so do we get to see any pics or the carnage?
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thx for inviting me guys
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yea ill post them up once i get my memory chip in the mail so i can get pics off of my phone
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oh. sorry didnt you already post that once in this thread. haha my bad
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its cool. no worries here. now i am out of a truck for 2-3 weeks while my truck gets fixed if that is any indication on how bad it is
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yeah i heard the description of what was hurt on it. doesnt sound good. at least you had fun
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yea it was fun to bad it had to end the way it did
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Nice pics guys and sucks about the truck Charlie.
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Look like a ton of fun guys. Nice desert wheeling and nice pics. Only thing I have to say, and I hate to sound like a treehugger, but it's really a good idea to stay out of running water creeks and rivers. That water downstream is likely used by a city or by farmers for crops and animals and doesn't need pollutants such as oil or any other fluids dropping into it. It's stuff like that that the treehuggers are using as ammo to get trails closed down around the country and attempt to put an end to our noble hobby. Seriously, just try to stay out of flowing water, it'll help keep the hippies off your back.
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Look like a ton of fun guys. Nice desert wheeling and nice pics. Only thing I have to say, and I hate to sound like a treehugger, but it's really a good idea to stay out of running water creeks and rivers. That water downstream is likely used by a city or by farmers for crops and animals and doesn't need pollutants such as oil or any other fluids dropping into it. It's stuff like that that the treehuggers are using as ammo to get trails closed down around the country and attempt to put an end to our noble hobby. Seriously, just try to stay out of flowing water, it'll help keep the hippies off your back.
I already said somewhere above that the water is stagnent, not moving. The water will sit there and evaporate or be absorbed into the ground. It's over 100 degress out there every day. I was amazed that there was still water out there. The trail runs through a few washes. Only three had water. The only way for us to totally avoid the water was to not run the trail. It is a legal trail. We drove in washes because the road went through them. I understand where you're coming from but we were legally wheeling every palce we went. Thanks for looking out though.
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this thread sucks!! show flop pics or GTFO!!!!!

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its posts like this that make me miss my 2000. damnit. now i remember why i avoid this part of the forum.
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I already said somewhere above that the water is stagnent, not moving. The water will sit there and evaporate or be absorbed into the ground. It's over 100 degress out there every day. I was amazed that there was still water out there. The trail runs through a few washes. Only three had water. The only way for us to totally avoid the water was to not run the trail. It is a legal trail. We drove in washes because the road went through them. I understand where you're coming from but we were legally wheeling every palce we went. Thanks for looking out though.
Alright just checkin. I know you said the water was stagnant but a couple of the vids looks like the water was flowing kinda fast. Just lookin out, cool pics again.
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Look like a ton of fun guys. Nice desert wheeling and nice pics. Only thing I have to say, and I hate to sound like a treehugger, but it's really a good idea to stay out of running water creeks and rivers. That water downstream is likely used by a city or by farmers for crops and animals and doesn't need pollutants such as oil or any other fluids dropping into it. It's stuff like that that the treehuggers are using as ammo to get trails closed down around the country and attempt to put an end to our noble hobby. Seriously, just try to stay out of flowing water, it'll help keep the hippies off your back.
its stuff like this where we start lining treehuggers up for a short drop and a sudden stop
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its stuff like this where we start lining treehuggers up for a short drop and a sudden stop
I never said I was a hippie tree hugger. I just know the ammo they use when it comes to land use issues. Best way to shut them up is not to give them anything to work with.
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I never said I was a hippie tree hugger. I just know the ammo they use when it comes to land use issues. Best way to shut them up is not to give them anything to work with.
I never said you were either, i knew you were talking about other people. i just had to give my solution...
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I never said you were either, i knew you were talking about other people. i just had to give my solution...
Oh alright. Thanks for clearing it up. And I like your solution.
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this thread still sucks, no floppy pics.
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this thread still sucks, no floppy pics.
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well i hope this work.



this is the only picture i seem to have of the damage i thought i had more
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