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No, I found out the ride was at 1, despite the website saying it was at 2.  I just went on a ride by myself.
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Don't forget those goofy mountain bikers.  They were everywhere, NOT.   ;)

Poor Jordan drove all the way out there to be the only person interested in doing the trail ride.
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It was pretty much Vans, Toyotas and Jeeps, more vans that toyotas honestly.
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 You have just posted that which can not be unseen. I think you have broken all the rules of the internet today.
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Those roof top tents are nice and can solve a lot of problems for some people. My prediction is in under 10 years you won't see them much at all. I run around town these days and the only thing I have yet to see a roof top tent mounted to is a Godforsaken prius (Yes I know blasphemy). It's just my opinion but if you want a really restful night  not really caring what the weather is doing with a whole lot of room get a Shiftpod and a couple of cots.
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THREAD JACK
Hey... I Don't go on TacoLand and talk about Xterra's
 lol

That looked like a really cool exposition, nice Jeep with the RTT...I bet there were a lot of Toyotas there too.  :D :D :D

Those roof top tents are nice and can solve a lot of problems for some people. My prediction is in under 10 years you won't see them much at all. I run around town these days and the only thing I have yet to see a roof top tent mounted to is a Godforsaken prius (Yes I know blasphemy). It's just my opinion but if you want a really restful night  not really caring what the weather is doing with a whole lot of room get a Shiftpod and a couple of cots.

I agree Erik...RTT's are cool for those who like to climb and do the hot box yoga 3am wake up your partner pee break, but the Shiftpod was a true overlanding game changer...then we sold it.   :D :D :D
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SCCX Xcursions / Re: Winter Mojave Road 2020
« Last post by Celt on October 19, 2019, 10:28:21 PM »
1/16: Arrive at Laughlin at your own time
1/17: Depart on trail, camp in NYM
1/18: Depart NYM, camp in Beale
1/19:Depart Beale, camp in Afton
1/20: Depart Afton, end of trip

This sound correct?

 What I am planning is arrive Laughlin 01/16.

 Start the trip 01/17 to New York Mtns.

 Depart New York Mtns morning of 01/19 (2 nights there).

 Head to Beale Mtn 01/19 possibly different location and weather dependent so were not getting blasted by winds but I'll post it.

Depart from final camp 01/20 to home.

 Because we are doing this from east to west it gives us a little more of a jump and able to do a relaxing two night stay over rather than jumping camp each day.
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 Those roof top tents are nice and can solve a lot of problems for some people. My prediction is in under 10 years you won't see them much at all. I run around town these days and the only thing I have yet to see a roof top tent mounted to is a Godforsaken prius (Yes I know blasphemy). It's just my opinion but if you want a really restful night  not really caring what the weather is doing with a whole lot of room get a Shiftpod and a couple of cots.
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It was a nice small chill event.

Tuff Stuff was there in force but no annexes out???  We are trying to fit two adults and two kids without having a full condo bolted to the top of the rig so we are thinking about a smaller tent with the girls in the annex.

Kitchen stuff is also on the wish list so we also looked at some kits. Trail tampons, er, trailers were in abundance and I got some kitchen ideas from those too.






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SCCX Xcursions / Re: Winter Mojave Road 2020
« Last post by SCUBA_Dale on October 19, 2019, 10:02:19 PM »
In looking at this, no stay in Laughlin the first night 1/16/19 start the trip on the 17th.

1/16: Arrive at Laughlin at your own time
1/17: Depart on trail, camp in NYM
1/18: Depart NYM, camp in Beale
1/19:Depart Beale, camp in Afton
1/20: Depart Afton, end of trip

This sound correct?
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