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Old 05-12-2020, 05:48 PM   #41
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Packin up and getting ready to head out for a long weekend of "Social Distancing" along with keeping our group smaller than ten and insuring that we have plenty of stuff to BBQ along with "raw Sanitizing" materials on-board. Going to wheel a couple of trails that I have not seen for a few years, Show Stacy and the dogs some Indian Petroglyph's and one of Butch Cassidy's old hangouts.

Target destination: Camping on the edge of a picturesque canyon about 25 miles from nearest city with less than 1,500 people. 23 miles from nearest potable water supply and 21 miles from closest electrical service. Talked to the BLM officer today, says that the land is open!


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Old 05-12-2020, 06:00 PM   #42
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Doing good in Kentucky.Im a Ford worker of 25 yrs and have been off since 3-12.Im practicing for retirement which cant get here soon enough.Only problem is all our Campgrounds are closed til 6-15.We are new owners of our first RV and cant wait to get out ,but we are focusing on staying healthy and trying to entertain ourselves till this eases up.
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Old 05-12-2020, 07:48 PM   #43
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Wishing we could be there in Colorado about now. Here in So. Cal. we are limited and only areas likely to be able to use getting very hot quick. Areas in Eastern Sierras that we like to visit are closed for open area use now too. Might have to make a desert run and get a little camping and offroad isloation time in a couple weekends.
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Hi guys,
Its been a while since Ive had the leisure of getting back to this great forum. My middle daughter, enrolled at SFA in NAC contracted COVID19 in the early days of the pandemic while tending bar just off campus. My whole life changed at that point. She unfortunately was suffering from our horrible Texas allergies and spent weeks fighting to recover. A pure ass fighter like her dad she got on top of it and recovered. Shes still some how continues her nursing studies. Thank God for people like her!
I cannot believe gentlemen I now have two other daughters drawing unemployment in there 20s. What have our youth seen to this point. Personally my daughters have seen a terrible acts against humanity and economic tragedies. How will that shape their thoughts and vision on the future. They after all are our future leaders.
I have faith woman like my daughters will help shape this great county of ours!
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Old 05-15-2020, 12:37 PM   #45
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Packin up and getting ready to head out for a long weekend of "Social Distancing" along with keeping our group smaller than ten and insuring that we have plenty of stuff to BBQ along with "raw Sanitizing" materials on-board. Going to wheel a couple of trails that I have not seen for a few years, Show Stacy and the dogs some Indian Petroglyph's and one of Butch Cassidy's old hangouts.

Target destination: Camping on the edge of a picturesque canyon about 25 miles from nearest city with less than 1,500 people. 23 miles from nearest potable water supply and 21 miles from closest electrical service. Talked to the BLM officer today, says that the land is open!


Pictures are of a prior trip out there... (Pictures are my personal property for private use - not public domain. All rights reserved)
Holding up much better now... Now on Day-3 of our adventure of "Social Distancing" with a side of camping. Boondocking at it's finest!
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