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Old 05-29-2015, 09:12 PM   #38109
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You Canucks can drive pretty early.
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Old 05-29-2015, 09:59 PM   #38110
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I'm thinking our Vitamix will be pressed into action at Bryce to crank out that frozen concoction that helps me hang on.... and possibly Kates favorite umbrella libation. Or Frozen Hurricnaes... cause building a cowboy still would take too long.

Hey Larry - we need a couple cases of Henry the VIII Bryce Brew... if not for this August - as a Commerative Single Run...
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So, Colleen, rent a trailer? You have enough oomph in your Empress!
Or you both drive?
I would not do 2-down with my Red.
If'n you could, you could rent a trailer(UHaul) that would hold the Jeep and the dolly.

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Old 05-29-2015, 10:24 PM   #38112
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Hunter and I talked... for one time deal to get it to Texas... will require some work. Put front tires on dolley and pull the rear drive shaft. I wouldn't be worried at all then. Nothing will be spinning except the rear diff.

Jackie wants to know who wants to go on a day trip to Vegas during Bryce week.
Vegas is a VERY long hard drive from Bryce. Do you mean before or after? Lots of mountains and hills to climb. I have friends in Vegas, and I took 2 days to drive to Bryce.
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Old 05-29-2015, 10:40 PM   #38113
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X2 because I'll forget if I don't say it now
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Old 05-29-2015, 10:51 PM   #38116
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If'n you could, you could rent a trailer(UHaul) that would hold the Jeep and the dolly.



ROFLM*O. Great catch.
Nope the dolly they have is like my old one way to big to fit on the u haul trailers. Just pull the rear drive shaft you will be fine
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X2 because I'll forget if I don't say it now
Hey Dwayne--your PM inbox is full. You need to delete some stuff so I can annoy you with some pointless PMs.
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[QUOTE=Wayne M;2578752]If'n you could, you could rent a trailer(UHaul) that would hold the Jeep and the dolly.



We did think of that but it's huge. We have a plan now and have had great advice from everyone - thanks so much!!!




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A few more words about Bryce. I left today as I couldn't do anything beyond a gentle stroll without being out of breath. I don't have any heart or lung problems, but at 8,000 feet is the air is really thin. I will take oxygen next time so I can hike.

AND you diesel folks will be happy to know that your fuel is 30 or more cents CHEAPER than unleaded gas.
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A few more words about Bryce. I left today as I couldn't do anything beyond a gentle stroll without being out of breath. I don't have any heart or lung problems, but at 8,000 feet is the air is really thin. I will take oxygen next time so I can hike.

AND you diesel folks will be happy to know that your fuel is 30 or more cents CHEAPER than unleaded gas.
Thanks, Barb. We were in Colorado last year at 8,000' and we noticed our VacuFlush toilet took longer to pull a vacuum in the thinner air. If any of the Mutants have vacuum-assisted toidies they might notice the same thing. Or not. Just throwing that out there.
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