Tewster's 2019 Travels

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Tewster2, Mar 29, 2019.

  1. Tewster2

    Tewster2 Long timer Supporter

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    Heading to the Big Scrub Campground in the Ocala National Forest for a week of driving the trails and not doing much of anything at all...will try to finish up this years video...we will see.

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  2. drdubb

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    Aahh, but that gives us more to read and creates cognitive tension.
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  3. wadethewanderer

    wadethewanderer To infinity and beyond. Supporter

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    My cognitive tensioner is in need of adjustment.
  4. Tom DK

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    OK, looking forward to the next video :rayof
  5. djroszina

    djroszina Long timer Supporter

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    I highly recommend the Bass Champions Restaurant in Salt Springs just off Hyw19 smack dab in the center of the Ocala Forest. Really good food, nice, genuine atmosphere.
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  6. Tewster2

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    Full moon and a nice night at my buddy Anthony’s place in Florida. Heading to the campground in the morning.

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  7. cptnwightwen

    cptnwightwen Been here awhile Supporter

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    Say "hi" to Anthony for me and you both have a great time.
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  8. SamSpade66

    SamSpade66 Adventurer

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    Snowblower.... really! That's what is called a snowthrower here in Canada. Good for moving a light dusting of snow off a walkway, would not even begin to snowblow a driveway after a decent amount of snow! You guys got it easy man!
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    djroszina Long timer Supporter

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    Greetings from Wisconsin
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  10. TaZ9

    TaZ9 Been here awhile

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    Our winters here along the front range (Colorado Springs north towards Wyoming) have really gotten much milder over the past 30 years. As long as we get lots of snow in the mountains for our drinking water, I don't care if it ever snows again here at my place!

    Ride safe,
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  11. Tewster2

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    Just wanted to let ya'll know the buggy is totally useless in FL...no place to really drive the thing that's not regulated to death....so I spend a lot of time aimlessly riding the back roads on the Rally. Can't wait to get back out west.
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    adventurebound9517 Long timer

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    Your always welcome here where the open desert is out back yard and you can drive SXS's on the street.
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  13. drdubb

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    I’ve always wondered where people ride those things. Ton of them in front of the dealer for Christmas sales. The only place to ride is a couple of RV parks....not me.
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  14. jspringator

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    We have the KAT in Ky that has been quite well developed. They have a running thread on this forum. I don't know if they will let you ride them on the roads here, but I know a lot of people do.
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    That doesn't sound right....

    What I mean is that I don't want to ride in the local RV parks. Too many kids, drunks, etc. Now, if I lived in Utah....
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  16. Tewster2

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    Can’t wait to get back out west where the buggy is street legal and there’s millions of acres to explore.
  17. wadethewanderer

    wadethewanderer To infinity and beyond. Supporter

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    After one year of retirement, I've been planning to begin a rotation which includes Utah or Montana July - August, Dunnellon or Big Bend January - February. Slipping in a few weeks in Maggie Valley, BRPW, GSMNP. Might rethink Dunnellon after your comment T2.
  18. Tewster2

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    Morning Wade. Florida is totally sxs unfriendly. I’ll be keeping my buggy out west someplace in storage from now on.

    Utah in July and august is brutal with the heat.


    I’ll be headed back out to Big Bend right after Christmas on the way to Arizona for the winter. Buggy is street legal in AZ, UT, and ID :thumb:thumb
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  19. Tewster2

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    Starting to throw out ideas to some of my buddies about getting the Circus back together next summer...I WILL be going back to Dust2Dawson and Deadhorse in June/July on the 250 Rally....then hopefully doing the ID/UT/AR BDR's in the buggy starting at the Canadian border the end of August and ending up at the Mexican border a few weeks later with my buddy Ben riding shotgun :-)

    The 250 Rally build will start in April.
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  20. Txjack

    Txjack Been here awhile Supporter

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    Great to hear your plans, if you happen to pass by on way to B. Bend...pies on me!! Safe travels.