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Old 06-26-2012, 04:12 PM   #43
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We almost missed the historic district....its actually below at the River level....we spent hours there having lunch and checking out the great stores....that is one place we are for sure heading back too....
So did we. It really is a neat place. We enjoyed lunch at Kelly's which consisted of Fish Chowder and Dungeness Crab Mac & (4) Cheese chased down with a Deschutes Black Butte Porter. Oh yeah, we'll be back!
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Old 06-26-2012, 05:13 PM   #44
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Don't remember, but probably did to impress me . I do remember going to the lake and one of the ladies came out of her truck camper all dolled up. Really pissed off the ones that didn't bother to bring their make-over/body work kits.
I guess if thats what you gotta do to look presentable, just feel sorry for those girls. And I'd be more impressed by a girl that can actually dune... not drive the buggy through vendor row or at the hill, but actually up it and through the dunes.


All these suggestions in Oregon have me wanting to make a trip up there now! Love little whole in wall places that other people have been & suggest.
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When my GF lived here, she drove my VW rail in the dunes. Several women in our camp drive rails, quads and side-bys. One girl even drives a 2 wheeler. I gave her a handle of Paris... because she looks like Paris Hilton. It stuck.

My GF would always put on her basic face and curl her hair and I thanked her for doing it.
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i like the sand, and you better believe i can drive in it. We wont even talk about what i did to a vehicle one year in the sand. I didnt know i would catch that much air. I tried going up a hill, i didnt make it, so i tried again and was successful the 2nd time...LOL. But overall i much prefer off roading in the dirt and mud.
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We spent about a week on the OR coast about 4 years ago. It is some of the prettiest country in the US. Smell the roses.
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I went "turtle" with two different sand rails on the same weekend. Neither of which were my fault. One required a band-aid, the other a can of Fix-O-Flat.
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i have never drove a sand rail, or even rode in one. I will someday.

Give me any 2 wheel drive and an air pressure gauge that doesnt go over 15 psi and ill drop my pressure to 12 and if it gets a little sticky i will drop to 7 1/2 pounds, then ill be dippin.
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I'll take you for a ride in mine CorLynn & then I'll let you drive it.
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8 rear and 15 front to keep from bending the rims.

Ummm... what's dippin'?
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