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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by cyberdos, Jan 4, 2019.
Yes, yes it will!
I emailed Scott, he says...
"No problem with truck and trailer campers.....we have plenty of room."
So we expect to see you guys there!
There have been a couple of new signups that I don't recall being too active in the DR Thread which is great! Expanding the family. :)
I'm afraid to say I'm going... Everytime I plan something big my house finds out and shits itself of something like:roof, heat pump, or water pump...
That just gives you a good reason to stay in Moab longer...
Did I fail mention that there's no cell service at the 3 step?
Working on this one. My DR is looong gone, but CD can attest I really did have one!
hahaha.. cool. Here.. same corner, year after. This is what happens when you fall into 2nd place coming out of the corner and catch a little 'jet wash' of Kaptslo.
This is the 3 Step’s best amenity:
No, that would have to be Julie's cooking
I stand corrected. I’ve never had her cooking, but I’m eager to try it.
I'm interested in this event, but don't have a DR. I could be the camera guy!
Plenty of time to get a DR though.
Think I might be able to to get off enough days. But have to wait a bit before I commit.
Talked with Mrs. Mongle some more about this. She can't put in for vacation until March. And I would not be able to go home if I went without her.
Sorry Mongle but once you post in this thread there are no take backs! You and the Mrs are locked in now. If you need me to call her boss LMK.
My son now has some interest also & I'm assigned to get his info & maybe a third to share fuel. He has available a Honda XR650R, Husky 310, & a Beta trials. Anyone between Vancouver BC & final destination care to share?
Trailer; looking at ideas
Weather; ???? What might we expect & what gear to wear?
This is a good question. September is typically the month when it starts to cool off. It will still be hot. Especially for those not used to the extreme southwestern heat.
But La Sal is typically a lot cooler than Moab. So for those that don't want to deal with hot, there is some beautiful riding in the higher elevations which should be perfect. Here's a historical example of what I'm talking about:
And, as someone from the east coast who got educated during 2 September weeks circumnavigating Arizona, it's dry heat. Say what you want - it's different & much more tolerable. Those temps look great!
This looks like a GAS! But it's quite a hike from San Jose. Still . . . daughter will have *just* moved out for college and I'm sure my wife will be more than happy to have me out of the house for a week.
Depending on the cut-off/cap, etc., I'll see what I can do.
Anyone else attending from the SF Bay Area?