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Old 04-24-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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Who's doing Hi-Desert Roundup next month?

I'll be out there with one or two friends and doing Pumpkin Eater Saturday, anyone else? This is the one in SOCAL near Barstow May 22-24.

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I wish I could, but have already made other plans.

Lucky for me because the name of that trail tells me I don't belong on it.

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Dup, mods please delete this... thanks.
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I wish I could, but have already made other plans.

Lucky for me because the name of that trail tells me I don't belong on it.
That's too bad Rob, it would have been good to wheel with you again.

For others, there are plenty of trails to choose from at Hi-Desert roundup... from the easy that a stock Jeep can do all the way up to Pumpkin Eater which isn't that bad but it does pretty much require lockers and at least 33" tires.
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