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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by NSFW, Nov 15, 2012.
Valley floor.....not psr.....
FYSA...Any Active Duty Military..
Overview of the Annual Pass for US Military and Their Dependents
Available to US military members and their dependents in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, as well as most members of the US Reserves and National Guard. Proper military ID is required (CAC Card or DoD Form 1173).
Obtained in person at Federal recreation sites that charge entrance or standard amenity fees.
Covers entrance to Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service sites that charge Entrance Fees, and Standard Amenity Fees at Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Reclamation sites.
Admits the pass owners and any accompanying passengers in a private non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas, or the pass owner and up to additional 3 adults at sites that charge per person.
I spent the $80 last year then saw this Go to ANY Park office to obtain yours
Sending you fund for the DV pass, I should be rolling in on Thud afternoon. Looking forward to meet and ride with you.
Let's hope you're ATGATT !
thanks finn for doing the PPs a nice favor = more riding time
yes folks we encourage people to get their park pass simply because it is the right thing to do. then, last year we started rewarding people who buy the park pass by giving them an extra raffle ticket. those with annual pass, golden pass, military pass, etc. are also included.
i can't believe that came from cathy.....
from last year. lol finding this place unless you're lost or lost rider.
thanks for the weather forecast. cold, wind, rain and little wind. love it. it may be in the 70s at the campground, but when you get to some high elevation, like the passes....it will be in the 50s.
nothin' personel john but i like joel's forecast better
For those signed up, we are keeping the Steel Pass ride on Friday. Please stop be my campsite #29 to say hello.
You have me stumped, that place doesn't look very familiar.... just goes to show you there's always new things to find and places to explore around DV no matter how hard you try to Get Lost.
I got one for you though, where's this?:
You fast guys on 12GS's be careful on Mengal Pass, the OEM skid plate is no match for the rocks.
Bring your bikini, slug:eek1
I am just following him .....Not try to catch him
SP will be there Wednesday night, looking to park the trailer in site 53 (water only).
To all Cerro Gordo riders on the Saturday ride:
I just spoke with the caretakers in town, and they will welcome us, and offer a tour of the town. They requested donations of firewood, gas, water, and paper plates. I reminded her we will all be on motorcycles, and asked if there were any smaller, lighter items we could bring, but she couldn't think of anything. It looks like a cash donation would be best. I would suggest at least $5 per person, but $10 would be even better. Robert may not be there, but there are other temporary caretakers that will give the tour.
We will not be the only group arriving at CG that day.
See you all soon.
I recommend this one from Black Dog Cycle Works, it attaches to the frame in the back instead of the engine block...
Panamint Valley riders will likely find something this on their ride. I'm positive the LOST group will find it.
Edit: Sold 9 minutes after this post!!!
I'm selling an almost new iPad with retina display in the flea market, incase anyone is interested... I bought another one and do not need 2...
If anyone wants to use the cash-only option, I'll bring it to the rally for you, and make sure it is fully charged before leaving...
Any Ranger IPA in there? I'll pay extra!
This looks as diverse as the PSR restaurant beer cooler...
I know you can get it in Stovepipe Wells, not sure of the other locations.
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