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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Apr 8, 2017.
thank you surfgimp (steve) for fixing this epic shot
Holy shneikies! What a fun time. First time riding a ralley like this. Thanks again Joel for your hard work and hospitality, we plan to make it a thing. Also glad to meet new friends like Dino, Julie, Pete, the Sweed, and the Shoemaker!
Also good to teach you city boys how to light a real fire
From the great North, DrMiller and DrFabulous
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chris. always a pleasure having riders from up north. thanks to doug for bringing you along.
where are the other pictures of the place you visited after you sneaked out of camp.....
The Elk was all the way to the top of Carpenter Canyon, almost to the camp area. The canyon/ cave looking picture is Wallace Canyon I think. We were on a ride where we took 52, East out from base camp, then split off to the right on Wallace Canyon Rd, still heading East, then back tracked West on Wheeler Wallace Connector to Wallace Canyon.
And as always, if anyone wants to come ride some BIG country give us a heads up. You gotta watch outthough, we have these things here that can really put a hurt on your day........trees.
nice. i think only Kicknback so far been in Wallace Canyon. so near, yet remains elusive.
next year, we'll send a scout to map out the area. you volunteering, of course free dinner and tee if you agree.
sent the tees and cups out. dang, USPS ate half of the Paypal $. better than sitting in storage.
i may have 1 each of XL and L, including tumblers. let me know if you need a set.
Actually, SociallyStunted and I rode through there as well. We made sure to send photos to kicknback taunting him as diserved.
Fantastic ! I have got to get down to this next year!
pics or it never happened....
a little taste of the good life.............
^ photo-shopped... fake picture
All money collected, 100% had been sent.
Thank you to all who helped.
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Joel I will take an xl and a tumbler if you need to unload remaining swag
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mark. you've given a lot to the cause and thanks. will do it after thanksgiving.
Today, because of you guys we donated $2545.00 to www.sharetrails.org to work on keeping riding opportunities available in Southern Nevada.
Thanks for all the support and I'm glad everyone got to see what awesome riding there is in this area. Thanks Joel for keeping the NooB theme alive!
Hey Jimmy, if it wasn't for you, there will be no Pahrump Rally. Thanks for your encouragements and now everyone agrees, Southern Nevada has a lot of riding areas.....we just have to continue the fight to keep them open.
Also, a rally participant donated $250 to me, but I directed him to send it to www.sharetrails.org. Overall, we generated $2795.00 for BRC and another $399 to the Stewards of the Sierra National Forest.
We'll see you and the rest at the 2018 DVNR.
I agree the noob theme seems to attract more riders. They're so easy anyway. The future of the sports depends on the new riders.
I am going to parhump for chriatmas. What is there to do there besides gambling? I can only spend so much time with the relatives. I will not have access to a bike but I will have a rental car so desert ditch jumping is ok.
I see a lot of rental cars in Titus Canyon
I believe there are a few “social clubs”.
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here are a few: