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Old 12-07-2006, 02:24 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever been off road in the Joshua Tree area? If so could you recommend any areas that you liked?

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this is off topic but i see your located in palm desert. im comin down there at the end of febuary. i went down there last year and it was a blast (except for that dreadful heat!!! it was as bad as arizona!!!) hopefully it will be a nice springy cool weather at this time a year. anyway i see that your a "golfspaz". where do you play? i played several courses when i was down there for vacation. i love golf too.

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this is off topic but i see your located in palm desert. im comin down there at the end of febuary.
I always wondered where bandcamp was....
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HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!! I spit beer on my computer when i read that!!
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HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!! I spit beer on my computer when i read that!!
i still don't get it.
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I was laughing when I posted it and I think I'll go to bed laughin'.
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amerijeep, you're such a troublemaker.
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funny as hell

hats off amerijeep
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Has anyone ever been off road in the Joshua Tree area? If so could you recommend any areas that you liked?
The Berdoo Canyon Trail (via Geology Tour Road) and the Old Dale Road are two easy trails in Joshua Tree that are fun and scenic. Southeast of Joshua Tree is an area that has many interesting trails like the Bradshaw Trail and the road to Aztec Wells. Enjoy!
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