Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Me and a couple of buddies are doing Moab again next month. This is a trip we were planning for last year but the 'rona virus caused Moab to shut down. If anyone can join us we'll be camping in Sand Flats, probably loop A or B.
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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They actually shut it down? Damn you Rona!

I have yet to go there, I want to some day. Some day.
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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stevec wrote: Thu Mar 25, 2021 10:53 am Me and a couple of buddies are doing Moab again next month. This is a trip we were planning for last year but the 'rona virus caused Moab to shut down. If anyone can join us we'll be camping in Sand Flats, probably loop A or B.
Doot, mebbe next year.
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Jimny wrote: Thu Mar 25, 2021 2:19 pm They actually shut it down? Damn you Rona!

I have yet to go there, I want to some day. Some day.
Yeah, this time last year was that first wave, they actually closed Sand Flats and the national parks, and had a stay at home order in town, so no way to make it work (legally).
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Smuz wrote: Sun Apr 04, 2021 4:14 pm
stevec wrote: Thu Mar 25, 2021 10:53 am Me and a couple of buddies are doing Moab again next month. This is a trip we were planning for last year but the 'rona virus caused Moab to shut down. If anyone can join us we'll be camping in Sand Flats, probably loop A or B.
Doot, mebbe next year.
If you do go next year let me know. It's a decent drive out there for me (just over 1,000 miles) but I've got a 14' aluminum trailer behind my motorhome that only weighs 625#, so only about 2,000 total with the LJ10, and the motorhome gets 14-15mpg towing it (17 if I'm not towing anything and keep it below 65.) I'd also like to get up in the Ouray/Silverton area again, as it's been quite a few years since our last meet there.
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Dang, that'd be fun!

Pretty tough getting out of Canada for holidays right now, never mind the fact my LJ doesn't have front fenders, a hood, or a grill at the moment. Maybe next time...
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Re: Moab - April 18-23, 2021

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Rick Friesen wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 6:09 pm Dang, that'd be fun!

Pretty tough getting out of Canada for holidays right now, never mind the fact my LJ doesn't have front fenders, a hood, or a grill at the moment. Maybe next time...
I'll probably go again in another 2-3 years, and will post up here again when I do.

I'm signed up for a Whipsaw run in August with BC Suzuki Club (a FB group). Hope the border is open by then!
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