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Old 09-13-2006, 10:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Moab for IH's in June

We are planning an International week in Moab for those that want to show. We are currently looking at the 16th thru 23rd of June. We figure most kids will be out of school by then. Anyone want to join us? Spread the word.

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Old 09-14-2006, 10:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Who are you?? and who are 'we'???



Sounds fun though, I'd love to go to Moab, but I think thats a couple years away.
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Who are you?? and who are 'we'???
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For a first post you are really batting a 1000% ace...

Next time maybe ..."Hi...my name is Fred...and I have an IH...we have this club and we like to wheel..."

Something like that...
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For those able and willing to click,

I believe this is the "we":
http://www.binderbulletin.org/forums...ad.php?t=57449
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"You" might be Todd Munns.

FWIW, as Will noted over on the BB, I'll be in the Moab area in mid-July. We're planning a week or two trip to the area to hit both RMIHR in Salida and the UFWDA Annual Convention in Grand Junction.

..and since we'll be "in the neighborhood" and Moab is "on the way" there'll be some time spent in Mecca.. er.. Moab.. included, too.

Haven't sweated in Moab in two years now.
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Old 09-14-2006, 12:28 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I was in Moab mid/late Sept. last year and it was pretty damn hot out in the canyons. June or July in Moab sounds like a miserably hot time of the year to go to Moab.
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I was in Moab mid/late Sept. last year and it was pretty damn hot out in the canyons. June or July in Moab sounds like a miserably hot time of the year to go to Moab.
..that's why the trails are empty and you don't have to wait for anyone, and the hotels are cheap.

You're supposed to get up early in the morning and trail ride.. I never seem to roll out of bed early enough though..
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Late September / Early October is usually a nice time. Working on getting a trip set up for that timeframe next year. Will post something up when there are details work discussing. Won't be an IH group thing, more of a some folks are headed there and I happen to have an IH thing.
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Sorry for the lack of information. Yes I am Todd and a member of the "Just Internationals" club in Spokane, Wa. hence the "we". I went to Moab in August two years ago and it was hot, but we had it all to ourselves. June should still be somewhat cool, and you can actually get a cabin or campsite. So far a few of our club will be heading to Moab in June, and we wanted to invite as many IH's as possible to meet others of the same addiction. We hope to begin our trip with a few and end it in Moab with many. Could be the beginning of a new event. We were going to crash Easter Jeep Safari, but decided it was too crowded and didn't want to wait in lines.
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I would like to go, not going to get my hopes up but maybe. The "just internationals" club are a good bunch of people, it would be a fun trip.
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June should still be somewhat cool
Are you fawkin nuts?? If you want to do a run do it in Oct/Nov. June-Aug is too hot.

Just a little local advice
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Are you fawkin nuts?? If you want to do a run do it in Oct/Nov. June-Aug is too hot.

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It must be cooler than August. I'm ok with the heat for some fun wheeling. Since your local hope to see ya there.
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There seems to be a good amount of guys going. Since Moab is only 6-8 hours from me I'm pretty sure I can make it since its not going to be $1billion in gas.
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There seems to be a good amount of guys going. Since Moab is only 6-8 hours from me I'm pretty sure I can make it since its not going to be $1billion in gas.
Sounds like we have settled on a date. 16th of June through the 24th. I will update later on where base camp will be to make your reservations.
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There seems to be a good amount of guys going. Since Moab is only 6-8 hours from me I'm pretty sure I can make it since its not going to be $1billion in gas.
It'll only cost 1/2 of that. Oh and I should be able to get in on that trip.
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Ok does anyone recommend a campground in or near Moab? We are trying to decide on a base camp. I like Moab Valley, but they won't let you work on your rig and want extra to park the trailer and scout.
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Look into condo's/rental houses.


Some buddies of mine just got back from Moab a couple weeks ago, and they rented a house/condo or something like that. They said that was definatly the way to go. Comfortable, cheap, all you had to bring pretty much was food, close by and plenty of parking (I think their group was 4-5 rigs, all towed in).

Don't know the details, but if I headed down that is definatly the way I'd go (I like morning, and evening showers)
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I did find a place like that near town, I'll check into it further.
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I might show? I love a little fun in the sun. I've wheeled a bunch in that time frame. The only thing to worry about is overheating the engine.. Hopefully my probs are fixed with new 383? Keep us posted.
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Well, No matter how hot it gets there, it still will be cool to us Phoenix bastards.
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I might show? I love a little fun in the sun. I've wheeled a bunch in that time frame. The only thing to worry about is overheating the engine.. Hopefully my probs are fixed with new 383? Keep us posted.
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I had some anger management issues with the scout last Moab trip and pretty much destroyed it. Engine so on so on... I'm trying to get it put back together and build the weak points I found. Amazing what divorce does to a guys attitude. Hopefully the rear 4 link will be done as well soon? The 383 has been in it for sometime, I haven't fired it yet. It should run real strong.
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Hmm this looks promising. Guess I'll have to get my shit together and build this Scout I'm staring at through the window.
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I will join you all. I have a 74 scout II buggy, I would have to bring my brother in his yj though!!!

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