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Old 05-17-2007, 10:48 AM   #15
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I have my campground reservations made from Sept 23 thru Oct 2nd at Canyonlands Campground, 800 552-6848. If you plan on attending and want a site at CL with us, I would call soon as Sept is a busy time in Moab.

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OK, OK.
Enough with the off-roading.
Let's get to the really serious stuff; you just gotta have a respite at Eddie McStiff's, "A connoisseur's favorite wet spot in the desert".

Trivia:
Back in the early days of TV, many of the B/W Cowboy movies were filmed in Canyonlands and Arches. Tom Mix, Hopalong Cassidy, Harry Carey, Johnny McBride, etc. spent a lot of time there.

And Eddie McStiff's wasn't even there yet.

BTW, go visit "Hole in the Wall" while you're there. Very unique place, that.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by rmmpe:
... you just gotta have a respite at Eddie McStiff's, "A connoisseur's favorite wet spot in the desert". </div></BLOCKQUOTE>However, there is a "boycott" list of businesses in Moab that signed a letter to the governor supporting increased restrictions on access for off-road vehicles. Unfortunately, Eddie McStiff's is on the list.

**disclaimer: Like anything on the internet take that list above with a grain of salt. Supposedly, some businesses feel like they got tricked into putting their businesses on a letter to the governor that they ultimately did not agree with.
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That is not exhibiting good business sense. I'd bet a lot of their business is from those going to Moab for the off-roading pleasure it offers.

Signing a letter to restrict that ability is shooting themselves in the foot....with a 20 mike-mike cannon.
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