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Old 06-06-2005, 07:25 PM   #1
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Howie:

OK buddy..."I toll you...I toll you..I toll you no more"....we're biting at the bit to see your last adventure....you've got the engineers hamstrung- give us simple folk some pics! I know you got 'em lurking in your cam or Mac...push those puppies out!

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Old 06-06-2005, 07:25 PM   #2
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Howie:

OK buddy..."I toll you...I toll you..I toll you no more"....we're biting at the bit to see your last adventure....you've got the engineers hamstrung- give us simple folk some pics! I know you got 'em lurking in your cam or Mac...push those puppies out!

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Old 06-06-2005, 07:29 PM   #3
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I've had too much fun working on the rig to '
think of past events

I'll try to get them posted ASAP. Promise...
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Old 06-06-2005, 08:08 PM   #4
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Howie:

Somehow- your "too much fun" is sounding like "too much s3x"...it can't be had there, buddy!

But you promised, and I'll live with that! (Just don't start postin' pics of all the screws you 'double-sealed', OK?).

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Old 06-06-2005, 08:53 PM   #5
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Hope this works.... here is the link
with the best of the photos Click Here for Photos
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Old 06-06-2005, 09:08 PM   #6
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OK....SIGN ME UP, NOW, DAMMITT!

Absolutely un-imagineable...beautiful!! When's the next trip? (And is that the first pic of Lady DI to be seen on the web?).

Wow...EXCELLENT Howie...promise 'us' you'll take us there again, OK?

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Old 06-06-2005, 09:11 PM   #7
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That's definitely some very beautiful country.

Nice campsite you picked, were you the only ones there?

How did your sport quad do in the snow? I've only taken my Foreman in the snow and it's a blast.
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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 high desert:
That's definitely some very beautiful country.

Nice campsite you picked, were you the only ones there?

How did your sport quad do in the snow? I've only taken my Foreman in the snow and it's a blast. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Part of our time up there was during the Memorial day weekend and this Forest Service camp was full.

The campgrounds in Mammoth were also full.

The Glass Creek camp (Forest Service also) off 395 was almost empty.

The snow was real wet and even the 4 wheel drive
ATV's could not make it. I did better with my
Sportrax, but a snowmobile would be my choice
to do snow. I wonder if paddle tires would have
worked?

There is a gathering planned for Mammoth this
month..... I'll be back with the details.
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Ahhh, Mammoth. My old stomping grounds. I lived up there in '87 and '88. Here is some pictures to a trip we did last year. We camped at Glass Creek. Mostly sightseeing pics
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July 15th through 18th seems to be a go for
a gathering at Mammoth...

On the "other" toyhauler forum the following have showed interest for the weekend of July 15th.

PhatFireMan
Crime Pays
Marco Polo
Diirk
Jamman
Chopjaw
JJTOR
Jeffrus
Big Buford

Sandy Feet, King Salami, Lady Di will not
be able to make it as our folks are flying
out from Florida to visit us all and of
course, they have priority
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We're on the list too and will be there.

Should be a great time.
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Howie:

Better put us on the list....Moski doesn't go in for her surgery until the 19th...a trip up to Mammoth will be the perfect pre-op appointment!

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I'm going up to Mammoth next weekend, 16-19. Were staying in the Mammoth RV Park in town. We will drive up the Glass Creek and check it out, snap a few picts. The trailer has been sitting to long, needs to get on the road.

BTW, for any of you history buffs, the visitors center at the Manzanar Relocation Center has finally opened. If you have an hour, stop in and check it out. The NPS has done a wonderful job of telling the sad story of the relocation camps that were set up during WWII. I met an elderly Japanese gentleman a few years ago who was with his family relocated to Manzanar. He told me about his life there, and how he joined the US Army when he got out and reclaimed his home in Redondo Beach years later. He lived in the home until he died 85 years. I though about him when I walked thru the visitors center a few months ago.

Ahh history!!!!

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