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Gorman Lunch Head Count Needed

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8 years 10 months ago #6532 by 777
Replied by 777 on topic Re: Gorman Lunch Head Count Needed
I'm in again - Andy Rutherford and a 13 year old. Hope this doesn't screw u up though. Bad side - I'll be driving a Jeep, instead of pushing a Rover. Hope you dont mind.

A.


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8 years 10 months ago #6533 by John
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To whom it may concern

Need to run and errand before arriving, so i'll be there around 11am. (hopefully before lunch runs out)

If anybody is really interested LOL

John

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8 years 10 months ago #6536 by Hovik
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This is the first time I'm unable to go on this trip in eight years as a club member, only because it's my nieces birthday, otherwise I'd be camping there tonight and meet everyone in the morning. Have fun everyone and be safe.

RSVP for the Last Chance Canyon trip on November18, 2011. It'll be a great trip if you've never been on this trail.

Hovik

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8 years 9 months ago #6538 by Scott
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Weather report says a high of 66 sunny and breezy. Bring some warm clothes.

Scott Horsley
SCLR President 2012-2014
2006 LR3

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8 years 9 months ago - 8 years 9 months ago #6539 by RattleCan
Replied by RattleCan on topic Re: Gorman Lunch - Pronghorn Trail
Quick videos... just a few so far added into this project... will add some others as well...

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8 years 9 months ago #6548 by Scott
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Well Pronghorn looks as daunting as ever(joking).

As for the overall outing. We had 12 Rovers show up (not counting the Jeep and the Mustang). After a morning of rover talk, practice area and lunch. 9 went with Brad to Pronghorn and 3 of us set out for Miller.

After 10 miles of wading through camouflaged deer hunters (it was opening season on deer)we hit the Miller Jeep trail and started to work our way through. After about 2 miles we ran across a Japanese hunting party with a rented jeep stuck. With limited English we derived that they were off track and trying to get back to camp. We helped them through a couple obstacles up past us and headed on.

The trail was just difficult enough to make it fun and we completed it in about 4 hours.

Scott Horsley
SCLR President 2012-2014
2006 LR3

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