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Today 08:50 AM
goin camping
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Originally Posted by Moabrubi View Post
Here's your old Jeep.

Numbers3 by Moabrubi, on Flickr
That is fantastic!

Any other hidden numbers found?
Yesterday 11:25 PM
Moabrubi
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Originally Posted by goin camping View Post
If you were asking me. Oh heck yes!
Here's your old Jeep.

Numbers3 by Moabrubi, on Flickr
Yesterday 11:02 PM
goin camping
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Originally Posted by Gunner View Post
You having fun with the new jeep still? I am really starting to like mine a lot better.
If you were asking me. Oh heck yes!
Yesterday 10:57 PM
Gunner You having fun with the new jeep still? I am really starting to like mine a lot better.
Yesterday 10:04 PM
goin camping
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
I love my little tj but camping out of a truck is so much easier. I'm preparing for a mohave trail run and its a pain in the tj
Planning that same trip. I will be hauling a jeep trailer for firewood and firebox along with all the creature comforts.

Alas it will have to wait until after we finish moving.
Yesterday 08:15 PM
Ditchdoc One more thing obama is praising Australia's gun ban. Guess what followed? A ban on large tires claiming they guzzle fuel. Don't be like Australia my fellow Americans.
Yesterday 07:01 PM
Ditchdoc By the way the bill was sb808.
Yesterday 06:44 PM
Ditchdoc Today was a close one for our gun rights in California. Our right to legally manufacture our own firearms almost got taken away. So if this is important to you!!!! I suggest stock up on parts and 80% paperweights and build on because it is a great day to be American.
Yesterday 03:08 PM
Ditchdoc
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Originally Posted by Lab Lover View Post
I may put one of those blankets on my Christmas list, is 12 volt the cigarette lighter plug? I've been going old school with some Under Armour under my clothes and my soft kitty blankie. It works, but no doors and top on the TJ wheeling in BB, this Calif. girl gets chilly. There's only so many layers I can wear before I don't fit in the seat, haha. I bought an electric throw and since my JK has an outlet I just plug it in and it takes the chill off, along with heated seats......yes, I get that cold
Yes but the instructions tell you not to use a standard outlets. Mine has a adaptor with some hd clip that clamp onto the battery.
Yesterday 02:29 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
As far us creature comforts try the hippies at REI. Little pricy and don't expect anything hunter or shooter friendly but they have good stuff like 12 volt electric blankets. Awwww. That's me drooling.
I may put one of those blankets on my Christmas list, is 12 volt the cigarette lighter plug?

I've been going old school with some Under Armour under my clothes and my soft kitty blankie. It works, but no doors and top on the TJ wheeling in BB, this Calif. girl gets chilly. There's only so many layers I can wear before I don't fit in the seat, haha. I bought an electric throw and since my JK has an outlet I just plug it in and it takes the chill off, along with heated seats......yes, I get that cold
Yesterday 01:40 PM
Tanks I have one of these. It's great for multi-day runs because it's so easy up and down. I got it because when I go solo our big 6 person tent just doesn't make sense. We take that when we do a week somewhere with both of us. That cot is badass though.

It's really easy to set up.
Yesterday 01:28 PM
Ditchdoc As far us creature comforts try the hippies at REI. Little pricy and don't expect anything hunter or shooter friendly but they have good stuff like 12 volt electric blankets. Awwww. That's me drooling.
Yesterday 01:00 PM
jeff_in_rc
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Originally Posted by slickrock steve View Post
Hey Jeff!!
just a bye-the-bye, guys are looking to go wheel and camp at Goler Gulch on the 24th-26th. Might be someplace to join in, and get some seat time. I may bring my pop up trailer, so may also have an extra place there.
No camping for me until AFTER my daughters wedding in November which also means I will miss PVD! Thanks for the invite, I may try for a day run Steve.
Yesterday 12:57 PM
jeff_in_rc
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Originally Posted by XJ_Phil View Post
Do they have those in a "queen size?" I need room for my bride. We like to cuddle (especially outside in the fresh air).
Had to go to the Sears home page to find it as the link is blocked at work BUT no queen size, they do have double sized tent cots.

Looks cool but expensive.
Yesterday 12:54 PM
Ditchdoc
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Originally Posted by jeff_in_rc View Post
I have thought about using a hammock tied/connected between 2 Jeeps while on a multi day run, what do you think?
Yea I have a mooktent but sooner or later you just want to be able to recline the seat and sleep. One thing in I get a truck later it WON'T be a short cab. Reclining seats is gods gift to trail camping.
As far as the mohave trail I should be in Laughlin on the morning of the 10th. Then drive west from there.
Yesterday 12:35 PM
Socaltrailrider
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
I love my little tj but camping out of a truck is so much easier. I'm preparing for a mohave trail run and its a pain in the tj
Nice!... When are you heading out there?
Yesterday 12:05 PM
XJ_Phil
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Originally Posted by slickrock steve View Post
Sears.com

Here is a pic of the tent cot


Do they have those in a "queen size?" I need room for my bride. We like to cuddle (especially outside in the fresh air).
Yesterday 11:57 AM
slickrock steve Sears.com

Here is a pic of the tent cot
Yesterday 11:54 AM
slickrock steve Hey Jeff!!
Have you seen the "Tent-Cot"?
All in one setup, and dry, as well as above the ground sleeping on the cot. Folds up to a square of about 30X30, and about 10 inches thick.
I have been camping using my tent, and with hauling a sleeping pad, tent, tarp, and sleeping bags, I use up more space in my TJ than that. just a bye-the-bye, guys are looking to go wheel and camp at Goler Gulch on the 24th-26th. Might be someplace to join in, and get some seat time. I may bring my pop up trailer, so may also have an extra place there.
Yesterday 11:17 AM
jeff_in_rc
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Originally Posted by Ditchdoc View Post
I love my little tj but camping out of a truck is so much easier. I'm preparing for a mohave trail run and its a pain in the tj
I have thought about using a hammock tied/connected between 2 Jeeps while on a multi day run, what do you think?
Yesterday 10:53 AM
Ditchdoc I love my little tj but camping out of a truck is so much easier. I'm preparing for a mohave trail run and its a pain in the tj
Yesterday 09:23 AM
jeff_in_rc
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Originally Posted by Lab Lover View Post
My first new car was a red 1982 Toyota 4wd truck. I love d that thing. I had it lifted and put nice wheels on it. It had the 22RE motor and climbed competition hill in Pismo dunes like it was nothing
I traded it in for a new 1987 Toyota 4runner. Drive that for 13 years and 250,000 miles. Both were awesome vehicles.
Yea I loved that truck to, it had big tires on it is all and I loved how it would work better in the snow than the guys I wheeled with. Sadly when we started the family it had to go to get a more family friendly vehicle.

IIRC it was an '82 in blue and white with the yellow and orange stripes. I had a matching camper shell made for it with the carpet kit in the back.
09-30-2014 09:12 PM
Lab Lover
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Originally Posted by jeff_in_rc View Post
Morning Serg!

OK someone was talking about wheeling in the Deep Creek area outside of Hesperia and I will say that when I lived there years ago it got closed and we would get chased off by the cops and chased by helicopters! This WAS back in the 80's.

Don't know what is happening there today but if you go there just check for any signs telling you it's OK or to keep out. I will say that when I had my '82 Toyota 4wd pickup I climbed the back side of the damn and all of the guys with me chickened out! It was priceless to see the looks on their faces as I made my way to the top!

And riding a dirt bike thru the tunnell in 2 1/2 feet of running water was a challange to say the least.
My first new car was a red 1982 Toyota 4wd truck. I love d that thing. I had it lifted and put nice wheels on it. It had the 22RE motor and climbed competition hill in Pismo dunes like it was nothing
I traded it in for a new 1987 Toyota 4runner. Drive that for 13 years and 250,000 miles. Both were awesome vehicles.
09-30-2014 03:06 PM
Ditchdoc I was there maybe two weeks ago at night came in off bear valley road and left in the morning. Water is flowing not much but some. There were other people there all night long.
09-30-2014 12:05 PM
jeff_in_rc Morning Serg!

OK someone was talking about wheeling in the Deep Creek area outside of Hesperia and I will say that when I lived there years ago it got closed and we would get chased off by the cops and chased by helicopters! This WAS back in the 80's.

Don't know what is happening there today but if you go there just check for any signs telling you it's OK or to keep out. I will say that when I had my '82 Toyota 4wd pickup I climbed the back side of the damn and all of the guys with me chickened out! It was priceless to see the looks on their faces as I made my way to the top!

And riding a dirt bike thru the tunnell in 2 1/2 feet of running water was a challange to say the least.
09-30-2014 09:01 AM
Serg5000 Good morning everyone.
09-29-2014 11:35 PM
Ditchdoc Nice, what are you getting?
09-29-2014 11:09 PM
htkrph Nothing is happening duty again! Want to go wheeling once things are installed on the jeep. I can't wait!
09-29-2014 09:56 PM
Ditchdoc What's up peeps?
09-29-2014 01:23 PM
XJ_Phil Is it time to check and see if the law is looking for you yet? Or if you are considered as having absconded (on the lamb, as it were). You scofflaws are all the same! LOL
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