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Old 02-03-2013, 09:12 PM   #1636
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If you need, you can borrow one of both of our 3 burner stoves. But I'm riding in, so somebody else would need to transport them
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:57 PM   #1637
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Here's what I'll be bringing:
EZ-UP
Full size folding table
2 burner Coleman Stove (& coffee)
Large cooler or 2
Hand full of camp chairs

Anybody in the western Ventura County area that is riding up and would like some gear hauled, feel free to PM me.

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Old 02-04-2013, 11:41 AM   #1638
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:53 PM   #1639
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I am bringing my commercial two burner as well....


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If you need, you can borrow one of both of our 3 burner stoves. But I'm riding in, so somebody else would need to transport them



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Here's what I'll be bringing:
EZ-UP
Full size folding table
2 burner Coleman Stove (& coffee)
Large cooler or 2
Hand full of camp chairs

Anybody in the western Ventura County area that is riding up and would like some gear hauled, feel free to PM me.

Dave

thanks jim, cathy and dave.

i will know within a week if we will need the stoves for sure. i am bringing the 3-burner stove too and a gridle. i think cathy has the gridle too.

keith thanks for the campchairs too, that will make a lot of people happy.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:59 PM   #1640
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more good stuff

steve of enduro star is donating a trail stand...

though dv has a lot of rocks to prop your bike, you could use this elsewhere and even in your garage.

adv thread for http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=538235




company website.........http://www.endurostar.com/


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Old 02-04-2013, 03:34 PM   #1641
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steve of enduro star is donating a trail stand...

though dv has a lot of rocks to prop your bike, you could use this elsewhere and even in your garage.

adv thread for http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=538235

company website.........http://www.endurostar.com/


Cool. Steve's my "online buddy". Another husky rider.

There is ALWAYS one of these in my backpack!
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Old 02-04-2013, 09:55 PM   #1642
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easy to get lost in the desert

since it's pretty quiet here, i''ll take the opportunity to point out riding etiquette when riding with a group.

1. ride leaders don't get paid, they do it because they want you to have a good ride
2. please respect your ride leader and fellow rider
3. do not rely on your ride leader 100%, you still are responsible for yourself
4. be familiar with the riders in your group.
5. be there on the meet up spot on time and listen to the game plan
6. if you show up late, just go along with the flow and stick close to someone who knows what's he's doing
7. best to buddy up with someone even with you're in a group.
8. when riding, keep an eye on the headlight of the rider behind you. if you don't see it, stop!
9. the rider in front of you should do the same.
10. after 5-10 minutes and no sign of the rider behind, summon the rider in front of you that you're going back and look for the missing rider. better yet, have someone ride with you.
11. if you get lost, stay where you are or go back to the last place where the group stopped.
12 if your bike breaks down, stay with the bike
13. regroup every 5 miles, this way if you lose someone, you only back track for 5 miles.
14. wait at the T or Y for the rider behind you.
15. if there are hazards , water crossings, ruts, mud, etc.....wait for the rider behind you to get through or pass it. he or she may need help; also great photo opportunity.... (seriously do not distract the rider so he or she could focus riding)
16. there's strength in numbers, be part of the team and help each other.
17. always check out your bike and the rider's bike next to you for broken or missing parts, or tires that are flat or poorly inflated.
18. STAY ON THE TRAIL OR ROAD. if you stray and crash, they might not find you, besides it is ILLEGAL in the national parks to ride cross country.

IF YOU HAVE OTHER SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE POST THEM UP HERE. THESE ARE NOT RULES BUT MERE GUIDELINES,
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Old 02-04-2013, 10:45 PM   #1643
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since it's pretty quiet here, i''ll take the opportunity to point out riding etiquette when riding with a group.

1. ride leaders don't get paid, they do it because they want you to have a good ride
2. please respect your ride leader and fellow rider
3. do not rely on your ride leader 100%, you still are responsible for yourself
4. be familiar with the riders in your group.
5. be there on the meet up spot on time and listen to the game plan
6. if you show up late, just go along with the flow and stick close to someone who knows what's he's doing
7. best to buddy up with someone even with you're in a group.
8. when riding, keep an eye on the headlight of the rider behind you. if you don't see it, stop!
9. the rider in front of you should do the same.
10. after 5-10 minutes and no sign of the rider behind, summon the rider in front of you that you're going back and look for the missing rider. better yet, have someone ride with you.
11. if you get lost, stay where you are or go back to the last place where the group stopped.
12 if your bike breaks down, stay with the bike
13. regroup every 5 miles, this way if you lose someone, you only back track for 5 miles.
14. wait at the T or Y for the rider behind you.
15. if there are hazards , water crossings, ruts, mud, etc.....wait for the rider behind you to get through or pass it. he or she may need help; also great photo opportunity.... (seriously do not distract the rider so he or she could focus riding)
16. there's strength in numbers, be part of the team and help each other.
17. always check out your bike and the rider's bike next to you for broken or missing parts, or tires that are flat or poorly inflated.
18. STAY ON THE TRAIL OR ROAD. if you stray and crash, they might not find you, besides it is ILLEGAL in the national parks to ride cross country.

IF YOU HAVE OTHER SUGGESTIONS, PLEASE POST THEM UP HERE. THESE ARE NOT RULES BUT MERE GUIDELINES,

You forgot if you get lost or seperated from the group, get off your bike, take off all your clothes and run blindly in the dark...
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:38 PM   #1644
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You forgot if you get lost or seperated from the group, get off your bike, take off all your clothes and run blindly in the dark...
Then why does Joel only do that in the campground?
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:49 PM   #1645
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Isn't this what Jimmy meant by "night riding"?
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Old 02-04-2013, 11:51 PM   #1646
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Isn't this what Jimmy meant by "night riding"?
Hmm...


I think I need to devise and offer to sell tent locks. I just might be able to make all the money I spent gearing up for hte event and then some!
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:23 AM   #1647
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Isn't this what Jimmy meant by "night riding"?
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:26 AM   #1648
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Hmm...


I think I need to devise and offer to sell tent locks. I just might be able to make all the money I spent gearing up for hte event and then some!
Ersin and Rich would each buy a few tent locks after the Grand Canyon trip.

I avoided Joel's unwanted midnight tent access by sleeping in a trash bag.
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Old 02-05-2013, 12:45 AM   #1649
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Hey now...that's was all them man. I need one of them locks before any of that stuff tries to comes my way!
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:00 AM   #1650
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OK

Looks like I am your vegetarian chef for the three dinners. How many Vegetarians are out there (maximum of 10).

The food will NOT be Vegan.

Some will be Vegetarian and some will be lacto-ovo. It may be cooked in close proximity to my steaks and ribs, but I promise I won't let them touch each other .

PM me if you want to eat veggie for the three dinners. I will feed the first ten to respond via PM. Let me know if you have any special needs or allergies too.

Please title the PM "DV Veggies" so I can easily keep them separate.
Vegetarians

Please speak up. I have had several responses and sign-ups but have lots of slots open. Please let me know by Feb 20th if you want veggie dinners. Also let me know how many nights and which nights if not all three.

Thanks
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