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Old 08-12-2015, 12:16 PM   #42127
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Just did a quick check for all of you heading to Bryce. The Paiute Trail has hundreds of miles that are for jeeps!
Have always wanted to do this trail on an atv and didn't realize that jeeps are.ok as well. It's not far from Bryce and has some great loop drives/rides. Anyway if any of you are interested check it out. Paiute Trail system over 900 miles of trails. RV camping close by too!!
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Just did a quick check for all of you heading to Bryce. The Paiute Trail has hundreds of miles that are for jeeps!
Have always wanted to do this trail on an atv and didn't realize that jeeps are.ok as well. It's not far from Bryce and has some great loop drives/rides. Anyway if any of you are interested check it out. Paiute Trail system over 900 miles of trails. RV camping close by too!!
Still time to make it....
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Old 08-12-2015, 12:48 PM   #42130
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Old 08-12-2015, 12:53 PM   #42131
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I'm pretty sure we are going to spend this winter in AZ. We will miss our FL monkey friends, but driving from Seattle to Tampa is getting hard to do.

We will boondock on BLM land, but I'm not sure just where yet. I like the Tuscon area and have a friend whose DH is stationed on the AF base there. And I want to go across the border at Yuma to stock up on some OTC drugs at the Purple pharmacy.

It sounds like we will have many opportunities for Curiosities of all sizes.
I think we will be in Arizona in mid to late March. May stay 3-4 weeks. Would be fun to have a mini or midi with any Mutants who will be there then!
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Great photo, Cliff! I saved it so that I can use it as a jigsaw puzzle. Thanks!
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Our camping spot for several upcoming weekends!
Beautiful! That looks like a place we'll want to spend a few days at on our tour next year.
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Crowded camper is on that AFB too. But that is who you might be talking about. Didnt you get to meet her?
If we get to Tucson that is where we stay... I do want to meet her....

Diane toftSFM#64....... (The Original Fast Talking Sliding Finger Mutant) and is retired, duh!
Yep, that's them. They are a really fun family.
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I keep wondering about that. Well, Barb and I (and anyone else not going) are going to watch from afar and see what comes about this go-round
I anticipate there being some significant weather event at the GC@BCU. I blame it on RVM2 -- it seems to rain everywhere he goes. Steve, there are places that would probably pay you to come visit just so their drought will be broken.
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And yes. I did rain here over night. Much cooler in the low country.
Hmm, a Freudian typo perhaps? Maybe we should start referring to him as Rainman?
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I think we will be in Arizona in mid to late March. May stay 3-4 weeks. Would be fun to have a mini or midi with any Mutants who will be there then!
I've been told that most boondockers are heading north by then. Moab, AZ would be a bit cooler temperature wise and the scenery is amazing! Arches National Park is a must see. I want to see Goblin State Park, too. I see mini-Cs in our future.
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I've been told that most boondockers are heading north by then. Moab, AZ would be a bit cooler temperature wise and the scenery is amazing! Arches National Park is a must see. I want to see Goblin State Park, too. I see mini-Cs in our future.
Yep, sister, many minis in our future.
Kate has never seen Grand Canyon, so gotta take her there. We won't stay there more than one night (gawk and go) because there are other areas to see. Moab sounds good. See ya there next year, maybe.
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Hmm, a Freudian typo perhaps? Maybe we should start referring to him as Rainman?
Rainman is our Great Potentater?! Oh, the humanity...
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Yep, sister, many minis in our future.
Kate has never seen Grand Canyon, so gotta take her there. We won't stay there more than one night (gawk and go) because there are other areas to see. Moab sounds good. See ya there next year, maybe.
Give yourselves at least two days. There are buses that will take you along the rim and a few trails that you can take as far as you want to look back up at the rim! I know the knees, but I have back issues and still went below the rim a little ways. Trust me, Palo Dura is nice, but nothing compared to the Grand Canyon!

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Yeah, Rainman, he's an excellent driver, his dad let him drive slow on the driveway every Saturday!
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