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Old 01-10-2012, 06:44 AM   #31
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Well, I'm down to one friend now. My buddy with the '04 Taco wussed out. Some crap about being a good father and taking care of his kids or something... whatever.

My other friend with the '07 Rubi is debating whether he is going to camp out on Saturday with us or just come up on Sunday morning. I'll keep ragging on him this week and get him to camp.

I'm going to bring three bundles of firewood as long as my Trasharoo I just ordered gets delivered to my front door in time, otherwise I will bring two. With the temperatures being even lower than the last MJT run, I have a feeling we are going to be burning a lot of wood!

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I was thinking of making up some beef and veggie / chicken and veggie kabobs for the grill. We can do that up on night #1 if you guys want to. I might have to borrow more grill space for them though. My camping grill isn't really sufficent for hosting a BBQ.

I am still waiting for final word from my other two friends, I doubt they will stay for two nights. I am hoping for one night, but for now I am at least counting them in for the run.

ill bring some rice and beans for night #1, and ill make the stew for night #2. although i hope i can make it as good as yomondo, but i guess we will find out because if you don't throw up all over your tent then i guess its good

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So if it's okay with everyone, I think I'll finalize the dates as Saturday through Monday, wheeling on Sunday.

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sounds good, ill probably head up to get there early afternoon. DUECE you want to caravan up?

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Well, I'm down to one friend now. My buddy with the '04 Taco wussed out. Some crap about being a good father and taking care of his kids or something... whatever.

My other friend with the '07 Rubi is debating whether he is going to camp out on Saturday with us or just come up on Sunday morning. I'll keep ragging on him this week and get him to camp.

I'm going to bring three bundles of firewood as long as my Trasharoo I just ordered gets delivered to my front door in time, otherwise I will bring two. With the temperatures being even lower than the last MJT run, I have a feeling we are going to be burning a lot of wood!
is that your friend that just got the 07 rubi with the street tires? im going to bring a load of the carpenter wood and hope to find lots of down wood on sunday.

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ill bring some rice and beans for night #1, and ill make the stew for night #2. although i hope i can make it as good as yomondo, but i guess we will find out because if you don't throw up all over your tent then i guess its good
Yeah, I am going to slow my roll this time. I definitely don't want to have another night like that again... ever. I'll have to tell you guys the rest of the story at the campsite.




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sounds good, ill probably head up to get there early afternoon. DUECE you want to caravan up?
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is that your friend that just got the 07 rubi with the street tires? im going to bring a load of the carpenter wood and hope to find lots of down wood on sunday.
Yeah, he has mud terrains on it now though.
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I was planning on frying up some ribeye steaks.
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I was thinking of making up some beef and veggie / chicken and veggie kabobs for the grill. We can do that up on night #1 if you guys want to.
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ill bring some rice and beans for night #1, and ill make the stew for night #2.
Okay, how's this sound so far?

Saturday potluck dinner:
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yomondo: ribeye steak, some chocolates for dessert

Sunday potluck dinner:
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I might be able to come along for the day trip on Sunday. I am not sure about the complexity of Holcomb compared to John Bull but if I can get my wife to come along she may prefer Gold Mountain. I will just watch and see what you guys decide on.
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I will just watch and see what you guys decide on.
mee too

also i find out today weither or not i work on sunday (HOPEFULLY NOT!) and if i hadnt JUST run Gold mountain on saturday ide be in for it but i did. so ill just wait to see wat u guys pick then ill either see u there or i wont. lol
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Oh man, someone's gonna get left out either way.

2DEUCE2, cashcow1608, schoonover....do you have any preference on which trail?
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I have never wheeled up there but its sound to me like Gold Mtn might be the best due to possible icy conditions on the trails. It looks like I will probably just be doing the day trip on Sun since the wife has plans for me on the other days.
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Okay, how's this sound so far?

Saturday potluck dinner:
2DEUCE2: beef and veggie / chicken and veggie kabobs
BeantownR6: rice and beans
yomondo: ribeye steak, some chocolates for dessert

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BeantownR6: camp stew
yomondo: some kind of pie
Sounds good to me! That camp stew has everything in it already... I wouldn't know what else to bring. How about some good french bread to sop up the juices with? If that sounds good, I'll bring that for Sunday night.

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I am open to either run. I did Gold Mountain on the last Turdhurdler WF meet and greet and it was fun. I don't remember that trail being that long, how long is Holcomb? Is there a possibility of running two if we don't run Gold Mountain both ways? It's a real hard decision because I really liked Gold Mountain, but I really want to run Holcomb too.

In the end, this trip is going to be a blast no matter what so I am up for either.
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so who is going to run doorless / topless??? This will make another good story for you 2DEUCE2
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Okay, so we have to finalize which trail we're going to run since some people's decision to attend or not depends on it. Since there's no clear choice based on everyone's input, I'm just going to have to make a call, and I'm going with Gold Mountain. I definitely want to do Holcomb Creek, but I think it will be more fun when it's dryer.

So here's what I'm thinking. Those who are going just for the day on Sunday, please meet the rest of us up at Holcomb Valley Campground at 10:00am. We'll air down there, then hit the trail around 10:30am. Since the end of Gold Mountain trail is close to camp, we'll run Gold Mountain backwards, then turn around and come back, probably break for lunch somewhere on the way back. If there's time and willingness after that, maybe we can run all or a portion of Jacoby Canyon out and back since it's close to the end of Gold Mountain.
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so who is going to run doorless / topless??? This will make another good story for you 2DEUCE2
I think I'll keep them on this time. I just got my horn working again and wouldn't want it to break so soon.

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Sounds good to me.
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Got the hardtop and doors on. I'm about ready to strip down again though. It's looking like we're not gonna get any winter at all this year. Which kinda sucks because I haven't been able to go snow camping or snowshoeing now for a couple of years.
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well since a descision has been made. have fun this weekend and safe travels. ima try to get some to lead me thru holcomb so if u see a tan LJ rubi thats me ill be on CH 3 on the cb
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Well, I got my new sleeping bag today via UPS. I ordered a -10 bag for this trip thinking that if they advertise -10, then hopefully it will be okay around +15. Holy crap this thing is thick! It has to weigh 15 pounds! If I complain about being too cold in this thing, I'm a total wuss. I also bought some thermals and wool socks. I am anticipating really cold nights.

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well since a descision has been made. have fun this weekend and safe travels. ima try to get some to lead me thru holcomb so if u see a tan LJ rubi thats me ill be on CH 3 on the cb
Sorry brother. It was a tough decision. I'm sorry you won't be joining us.

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Well, I got my new sleeping bag today via UPS. I ordered a -10 bag for this trip thinking that if they advertise -10, then hopefully it will be okay around +15. Holy crap this thing is thick! It has to weigh 15 pounds! If I complain about being too cold in this thing, I'm a total wuss. I also bought some thermals and wool socks. I am anticipating really cold nights.
I've done all my snow camping trips in a zero degree bag, but I recently took over my son's -15 bag that I bought for him and he no longer uses. On one of our snow camping trips a few years ago, he apparently was sweating in that bag while his tent mate was freezing. After they swapped ground pads, both were fine. So a good ground pad helps a lot also.

Oh, and I also just got a 4-season tent, and I'll be putting it to use for the first time this weekend. I'm interested to find out how much that helps with retaining warmth. All my snow camping trips were done with a 3-season tent, because 4-season tents are freakin' expensive.
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I've done all my snow camping trips in a zero degree bag, but I recently took over my son's -15 bag that I bought for him and he no longer uses. On one of our snow camping trips a few years ago, he apparently was sweating in that bag while his tent mate was freezing. After they swapped ground pads, both were fine. So a good ground pad helps a lot also.

Oh, and I also just got a 4-season tent, and I'll be putting it to use for the first time this weekend. I'm interested to find out how much that helps with retaining warmth. All my snow camping trips were done with a 3-season tent, because 4-season tents are freakin' expensive.
I'm going to be breaking in a new ground pad too. Hopefully I have a good combo. I am really shocked at how expensive camping equipment is in general. My little two person tent was $100 from REI! I love it and it because it takes me less than 3 minutes to set up, but $100??? Long gone are the days where camping was a cheap but fun way to vacation.
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I am really shocked at how expensive camping equipment is in general. My little two person tent was $100 from REI! I love it and it because it takes me less than 3 minutes to set up, but $100??? Long gone are the days where camping was a cheap but fun way to vacation.
Yah the quality stuff is a bit expensive. You can still camp cheap, but I've owned cheap stuff and I eventually end up buying the quality stuff in the end, so I try not to waste my money on the cheap stuff anymore. You can't go wrong with REI. They make/sell good stuff, and their return policy is unbeatable.
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We've got "Few Snow Showers" in the forecast now for Sunday. Should be fun!
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I have some other plans come up so I am not going to be attending this run. Have fun.
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Sorry brother. It was a tough decision. I'm sorry you won't be joining us.
its alll good. ill catch ya on the next one. (if i didnt have to work sat ide be there running/camping with ya. but being only in for the day and havng just ran gld mt cant justify the gas.)
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I have some other plans come up so I am not going to be attending this run. Have fun.
Bummer! We'll see you next time.
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Hey Beantown, what time do you want to meet up on Saturday? 9 or 10AM or did you have a different time in mind? I am up for any time. If you want to since we are heading Northeast and I live Northeast of you, we could meet up at my house. I can PM you directions. It's easy to get to.
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we can meet at 9-930 at your place

im ready to freeze my nards off!
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im ready to freeze my nards off!
Sounds good. I'll send the directions and address your way.
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I broke my lower rear shock mount off the axle housing yesterday. I should be able to fix it tomorrow and still be up there by 10:00 AM on Sun. If Im not there its because I couldnt fix it without pulling the rear axle out of the jeep. It looks like I should be able to weld it without pulling the axle though.
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I broke my lower rear shock mount off the axle housing yesterday. I should be able to fix it tomorrow and still be up there by 10:00 AM on Sun. If Im not there its because I couldnt fix it without pulling the rear axle out of the jeep. It looks like I should be able to weld it without pulling the axle though.
Okay, hope you can make it.
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What time people heading up the hill
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im meeting 2DUECE2222 at 9-930 in hawthorne then we are heading up, probably be there around 12-1ish
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Right on . What way you going up. And my jeep is still stock i dont wanna slow you all down by going. I have bigger. Tires is all

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