TEASER PICS...........Oh boy, oh boy!!!!

We are planning an LJ meeting in Colorado for June 21-23, 2005.

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TEASER PICS...........Oh boy, oh boy!!!!

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5 teaser pics. The rest will haffa wait until SteveC gets back.
hehehehehe.
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The group
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Back and drying out
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What scenery!!
What scenery!!
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Ghost town stop
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And we're off!
And we're off!
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Ooops, fergot to identify the pipples standing besides their LJ's.

From Left to Right:

1.SteveC, daughter and LJ10
2. Jeff & daughter and a really game L41 carry (it went above 12,000' with TWO wheel drive!)
3. Smuz & Mouser
4. ArtZuk and his LJ20V with the LJ50 engine (I STILL want that engine!)
5. Spooky Old Alice and Wilson
6. Linda (SteveC's wife) and the LJ20V
7. Chris (Penguin) and his VERY nice LJ20V
8. Richard (Penguin's friend) and a great running LJ10
9. Russ and the infamous "Nemo" an LJ20V
10. IdahoPaul and his Datto-LJ10 (man, does that thing run NICE)
11. Kaity and her LJ20O. (One of these days.......).
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sitting here at home viewing the pics.............man...I'm jealous!!
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Linda should be downloading pics today (I hope!)
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Smuz,

I edited your post to fill in names.

Also, don't forget to mention that Carry made it up on 145R10 tires!!!!!
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stevec wrote:Smuz,

I edited your post to fill in names.

Also, don't forget to mention that Carry made it up on 145R10 tires!!!!!
Thanks, I'm AWFUL with names.

And that Carry was pretty awesome.
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Looking back of that pic of us parked at Animas Forks, we're gonna have to edit that Jeep out somehow...
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But the rover is hidden behind that jeep... So I am still in the pic in spirit. :P
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KDKG wrote:But the rover is hidden behind that jeep... So I am still in the pic in spirit. :P
And HIDDEN iz juss where that pesky Rover should be!!!!

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hmmm, started sleeting and what did I do? Roll up my windows...

I am looking at another rover today (via email) for a dedicated trail one.

Rover poor???
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At least I got my van with pink curtains in the group pic....

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hmmm, started sleeting and what did I do? Roll up my windows...
It ain't exactly fair to mention that. Whilst you wuz rolling up windows, I wuz freezing my a$$ off.
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I dunno, I'd much rather see KDKG's Rover than that Jeep... but then, I guess I'd be a bit biased in favor of the Rover, wouldn't I? :wink:
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KDKG wrote:...Rover poor???
:?:
I know Rover's 'll make you poor real quick... (but apparently not as quick as my Ford will!) :wink:
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Finally got some pics:
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A few more pics... Note the quick change in terrain, especially when you get above treeline. The old cabin and Thoreau's Cabin are only about 2 miles from Engineer Pass, but it looks like you're on another planet!
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Old Ore Tram across the valley
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Henry David Thoreau's Cabin
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Another old cabin - only about 2 miles from Engineer Pass
Another old cabin - only about 2 miles from Engineer Pass
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Engineer Pass, evev. 12,800'
Engineer Pass, evev. 12,800'
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Yup, that's the road up there!
Yup, that's the road up there!
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here are some photos that i took at the meet.
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:cool: Keep those pictures coming everyone!
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Post by FrenchLJ80 »

thanks for the pictures :cool:

why Europe is so far from US
Is there others pictures ??? :P
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:cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: I can't wait for the next meet! I've looked at these pictures before but I just now notest that Kaity's rig is in the back ground. I didn't know that you guys got it runn'in :cool:
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:cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
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[quote="deimos_jr] ...I just now notest that Kaity's rig is in the back ground. I didn't know that you guys got it runn'in :cool:[/quote]
They didn't have it running, KDKG brought it just for the pics and show.
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Post by deimos_jr »

:))): :))): :))): Yah, I love to show people my truck ( Which doesn't happen alot because its been sitting in the barn waiting for a motor swap ) Even if they know what it is.
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