Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by paroxysym » Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:36 am

id be down for a greenridge run. i do find the trails alittle redundant and boring sometimes. but its a nice drive out there and the scenary around some areas of the park are picture worthy. last time i was there i ventured on to the other side of the park which is on the east/north side of 81(?) and it was rather nice- couple stream crossing, hella campsites and some farm scenary..
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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by deerejeep » Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:00 pm

my place is on the north side of 68 about 15 min from the orv trail. plenty of room for camping if any one is interested. fire ring , 5 acre field , charcoal grill, bathroom if your easy with the water . private proptery let me know if your intrested.


off of the 15 mile creek exit.

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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by deerejeep » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:11 pm

three people so far everyone is invited...

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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by Boodyrider » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:38 pm

deerejeep wrote:three people so far everyone is invited...

You know, THAT might be a cool thing just for the camping, GR is pretty but not much for wheeling once you start to get built and armored.

What are we talking, 1st, 2nd, 3rd October?
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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by deerejeep » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:23 pm

that is what i was trying to say . thers plenty of room for every one to camp together, or thers logging roads to the back of the proptery so you can camp by yourself if you like.
thers a big grill, ill bring the charcoal. we have had rvs come up . thers a 5 acer field out back , if you want to park trucks and trailers. thers also a bathroom if your easy with the showers . when i stay up at the cabin we go to lunch at roadkill. thers a great place to get
breakfast about 20 min away in flintstone. dogs are ok with me if there under control...
i would love to have everyone come up . all are welcome let me know what you think.

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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by Jonny » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:47 pm

Boodyrider wrote: GR is pretty but not much for wheeling once you start to get built and armored.

holy sh!t! you mean a weekend without wheeling and just more of hanging out? OMG! That isnt allowed!
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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by deerejeep » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:56 pm

hangout+drink= cool with me.

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Re: Camping/Wheeling trip first weekend in October??

Post by cathpeti35 » Mon May 27, 2019 11:31 pm

Turtle wrote:
Sat Aug 28, 2010 1:05 pm
That's a little far out for me to be able to plan, but depending upon my schedule, I'm down for that.

And I promise that your "stock JK and it's sad little [tires]" can handles blues, too. Mine did! In fact Travaux dépendance seniors, I'm pretty sure we ran some low blacks while I had it, and all I had was a 2.5" lift with the stock tires. That said, I'm fine with running greens and blues; I don't like breaking stuff.
You're absolutely right. And then, that kind of car is a treasure and you have to pamper it.

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