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Wheeling across the continent.

Since I will be traveling with both of my jeeps from North Carolina to California, I have decided to hit as many wheeling areas as possible on the trip. I already have the first stop planned for Mont eagle, TN labor Day weekend. Where to from there? Disney OK would be nice....anyone from there wanna wheel during the week? Then I'll be passing through norther texas before I get nearer the 4 corners region. By this time it will be the weekend of the 5-6 sept. any locals wanna show me around? Is there someplace else I should stop? I',m towing both of the jeeps, so breakage isnt really a concern.
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Re: Wheeling across the continent.

Did you finally get a new tow rig or are you using the Uhaul special?
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Re: Wheeling across the continent.

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Funny, he finally gets his own company truck, and what does he do??? Leaves town.... [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img]
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Re: Wheeling across the continent.

GTG, ya oughta hit Monteagle, then roll down to Gardendale and try to find someone to ride with, then see what the Superlift off-road park is about in Hot Springs, then roll on over to Poteau, OK(I think that's it), after that's done, roll north to Disney, then make the trip up to Avalanche Ranch and put some time in in Colorado, drop by Moab and see what the fuss is all about there, then do the Rubicon. I'm sure once you get settled in over there in San Diego, you'll be off to the trails about every other weekend. [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/AR15firing.gif[/img]
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Sounds like you are coming across on I-40. If you feel like taking a little detour south toward Phoenix, there is some extraordinary wheeling to be done north of town. My club loves to show off some of the more challenging trails. Click the trails link and look at the Table Mesa Area trails, see if those sound interesting.
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Re: Wheeling across the continent.

I'd love to hook up with you at either Hot Springs, Poteau, or Disney or as many as you go to and I can find time/money to go to too. Keep us posted. Last time I was in Clayton last year, most of the good trails had been closed.
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Don't miss Colorado! The trails around here are the best, period.

http://www.4x4trails.net/ Click on trails.
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Re: Wheeling across the continent.

I just cant see hitting colorado on my way to San Diego... that... and my wife has family in arizona, so it looks like colorado will wait... I think next year I'll do a moab/colorado trip if im in the states.
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Where are you going in SD, Miramar?
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