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10-02-2012 07:28 PM
DivingJack East bay here, I'm up for a day out as well.
07-25-2006 02:26 AM
SurfnSnow it's supposed to cool down by this weekend, anyone up for a run at hollister this sunday?
07-25-2006 12:36 AM
SurfnSnow I'm pretty much available any weekend to and weekdays to. If anyone wants to go in next few weekends let me know. Also there's another trail that I've run some buddies up near the town of Arnold which is a pretty cool run.
07-24-2006 02:58 PM
Todd Morton Sounds like Hollister is the way to go. I am available any weekend. Heck, if you guys wanted to do it on a week day, I have plenty of vacation days. Let me know. I would love to break in my TJ.

As long as it cools down a bit. This 112 degree days are killing me.
07-24-2006 10:17 AM
whiteyj Sign me up as well!
07-24-2006 10:10 AM
Todd Morton Thanks. Will do.
07-23-2006 09:28 PM
SurfnSnow Yeah it gets hot and dusty at Hollister but it's really fun. if you want ssome company let me know and I can meet ya there for a day of wheelin
07-23-2006 02:56 PM
Todd Morton

Cool. Yea my co-worker told me about hollister. Gonna give it a day run when it cools down out here.

Thanks man!!!
07-23-2006 12:36 AM
SurfnSnow heya Todd, there's also Frank Raines, and Hollister that's not that far from the bay area for a quick day trip
07-08-2006 09:28 AM
DesertYJ Fordyce is not a novice trail.
Your signature does not say anything about lockers, without them you will not make it.

Fordyce is (IMHO) a step UP from the Rubicon.
I have also been hunting and fishing that area for over thirty years. Webber Lake, Jackson Meadow Res., Fordyce and Meadow Lakes. There are a lot of mild logging roads and intermediate trails in the area. Fordyce is not one of them. Many of the tougher areas do not have by-passes.

I am sure you can find a few that would be glad to "Drag" you through it for sheer pleasure, but you won't be the one laughing.
07-07-2006 08:49 PM
Todd Morton
Fordyce Trail. Northern California.

Looking for a maiden journey here in Northern California for my 2001 TJ. I camp and hunt up in the sierra's, Jackson Meadows, and Meadow Lake.

Just wondering if my TJ would be suitable for this trail.

2001 TJ 2.5L
2" lift
32" mud terrain tires
48" highlift jack
CB Radio
2 five gallon carb cans

Also if anyone is in the area and looking for a novice to join on a trail ride, I would like to give it a shot.

Thanks all. Keep the pictures coming. Quite inspiring!!!


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