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Man, i wish I could do that. :roll:
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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This just in....


There is a 24 hour bug going around....

You will most likely get the bug on Thursday afternoon...

Do not attempt to go to work on Friday if you have the bug...

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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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gelwell wrote:Yep GB that was the year. I think you resolved by not resolving it as I recall
I resolved it by adding grease...the kind without sand :mrgreen:
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Woodglue wrote:
Woodglue wrote:Pulling into Wash 16 at approx 7:30p on Friday night, Woodglue's will likely (hopefully) be the last ones to arrive.
It will be us, and Becky's folks. So, we will have 3 trucks pulling 3 trailers.
[-X Liar Liar!
Becky's folks have backed out. So, it will just be us, with one truck / trailer arriving at 7:30p or so on Friday night. If the loop closes in before we arrive, we we will start a second loop outside the first one. :wink:
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now I will have to put all those oranges back on the tree I picked for them

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weather looks great high of near 77 and wind calm on fri
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Looks like the forecast for the w is starting to get a little better for us, hopefully it keeps going that way [-o<
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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alyshka wrote:BTW

weather looks great high of near 77 and wind calm on fri
You are correct Robert! :lol:

And, the forecast for the other days has improved a bit.
On Sat: 'W' is 11.5 mph, Light Rain Late, with a 40% chance of getting 0.05" of rain.
On Sun: 'W' is 11.5, Morning Clouds

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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Anybody ever notice there hasn't been much of any rain when I'm out there and no horribe w___? I only remember one really bad w__ day when I was out there. Never sitting inside waiting for ra_n to stop. [-(
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Well, then, what are you waiting for? Hurry up and get out there!
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Woodglue wrote:
alyshka wrote:BTW

weather looks great high of near 77 and wind calm on fri
You are correct Robert! :lol:

And, the forecast for the other days has improved a bit.
On Sat: 'W' is 11.5 mph, Light Rain Late, with a 40% chance of getting 0.05" of rain.
On Sun: 'W' is 11.5, Morning Clouds

[-o<
The website I'm looking at says a 60% chance of rain all day saturday. That means the pit barbeque may be a challenge. Not to mention a possible unhappy wife sitting it the toy hauler all day doesnt bode well for the gel. By the way - cough!
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Hey, I'm here at Wash 16! Got in around 10 AM this morning. I'm all the way at the back up against the smaller dunes.

Joe and his crew from Arizona showed up about an hour after me, and they're getting all setup now. I'm chowing on hot dogs, and hopefully we'll go for a ride here in a bit.

The weather is perfect... 73 deg, 38% humidity, and a light breeze from the east.

The circle we have staked out should be big enough for a huge crowd. Plus there's nobody else here in the wash anyway. I have my ASA flag on the side of my trailer by the front door.

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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Rob.G wrote:Hey, I'm here at Wash 16! Got in around 10 AM this morning. I'm all the way at the back up against the smaller dunes.

Joe and his crew from Arizona showed up about an hour after me, and they're getting all setup now. I'm chowing on hot dogs, and hopefully we'll go for a ride here in a bit.

The weather is perfect... 73 deg, 38% humidity, and a light breeze from the east.

The circle we have staked out should be big enough for a huge crowd. Plus there's nobody else here in the wash anyway. I have my ASA flag on the side of my trailer by the front door.

Rob
I have started packing, I'll be out early friday morning if my family will wake up.

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We just got back from our afternoon ride. We went out to Brawley, then up past Olds to Osborne, then rode along the road for a while, then back to camp. Not much, only about 25 miles, but it was a good ride.

A couple more rigs showed up, but I haven't been over to see who they are yet. A Funrunner with a DS650 and a flagpole/beacon, and a regular enclosed trailer.

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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Glamisbound wrote:This just in....


There is a 24 hour bug going around....

You will most likely get the bug on Thursday afternoon...

Do not attempt to go to work on Friday if you have the bug...

Seek desert shelter for relief....
I'm taking my med's as I write this :lol: .....should be better by Monday =D> =D>
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Well, about 3 hours ago I arrived and got things started for the day..... in my office! :roll:
Rob.G wrote:A couple more rigs showed up, but I haven't been over to see who they are yet. A Funrunner with a DS650 and a flagpole/beacon,
You probably know by now, that that is GoofyDuner (justin)

See you guys tonight... 8:00pm or so. ](*,)
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Ok, planning to sneak out of the office in the next 15 mins (by 2:00). Jam home, load the truck, hitch up the trailer, dump and refill the water tank, load my cloths, (temporarily) fix the generator exhaust pipe hanger, and leave. Hopefully, but 3:00p. Pick up one kid at daycare on the way out of town, stop for gas in Temecula, stop for dinner in Brawley and we should be in Wash16 sometime Sunday morning! :roll: #-o

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I was supposed to leave this morning but got tied up dealing with some issue at my rental property. Haven't even packed yet :cry: Woodglue will probably beat me out there now... :evil:
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Re: The 2010 ASA Dune Trip

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Good Trip! 19 RV's in total.
I Loved it all! From the rain to the supper that came out of the Pit BBQ, the Friday night party and the Gene Rides!

Thanks guys! =D>
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Oh I member now why I love it so much out there. Its the riding. It was great this weekend. Could be the people. They were funny as ***** this weekend. Lots of cool doggys out there too. Oh the food. Even more new friends too. What were those 20-25 MPH winds Saturday night. That didn't stop us from sitting around the fire. We don't need no stinking good weather.
Friday night fire was the best. It started out with those dam noisey south duners then it turned into something Im NOT going to tell my grand kids about.
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Look how blury The Fog is. Like he could stand still. :lol:

GREAT TIME EVERYBODY!!! =D> =D> =D> =D>

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Here's a couple of pic's of us/you guys on a rest stop during the great ASA group ride =D> featuring Gene as the "leader of the pack". I did not get a count of how many riders we had but it was a long line up, 15 or 16 maybe.

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Great trip everyone.

Thanks to everyone, including Clay and Gene for dinner Saturday night.

Dunes were epic Sunday morning.

We had a blast!
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Dennis AKA Walter wrote:I did not get a count of how many riders we had but it was a long line up, 15 or 16 maybe.
By the time we all met up at Olds, there was a total of 19 vehicles in our group! In the past, we've had Monster Ride groups that weren't as big. =D>
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What a great trip. Thanks to all of you for letting me join in. Here are some photos I took.

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The rest are on my photo site, enjoy: http://nealrideout.zenfolio.com/p830155395

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Awesome Pics Neal. You do great work! Combing through your website, I repeatedly ask myself questions like, "Where was that?" and "Did he crash?". Cool stuff! :wink:
Thank you for posting your Pics here. =D>
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Yeah Neil, thanks for taking and posting up those pics...my son will be stoked when I show him that.
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Wow what a site Neal awesome pics. The one with Loren and his son with the hair back was a great shot. And of course my boy Dunerooster AKA monkey motion sliding around the dunes and the seat is always a good show.

Great weekend everyone truly another good time. I am glad I got a chance to do some leading with a slightly different style to it. I enjoyed it and thank you for all the nice comments.

Clay did another outstanding job on the Pit BBQ. Good food Good friends and just good times. It was great meeting some of the people from the board and putting a name with the face. Very cool to meet and ride with Wood is good and family.

I like the rain it definitely put a different spin to the trip. Not every trip you get to experience a little rain in the dunes.
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I brought home a shovel that was left by someone at the unused fire ring towards the south end of the camp circle - a round-nosed shovel with fairly weathered handle. Let me know who it belongs to and I'll try to get it back to them.

It was good to hook up again with old friends and meet some new ones. The pit bbq was awesome and the rain added an interesting twist. Can't wait to get out there again.

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We had a blast and can't wait to do it again next year. I want to thank Mike for putting it all together, Gene for the ride and Clay for the meat pit =D> . Thanks to WoodIsGood for the ride on Sunday morning, the calico dunes is something that I will never forget. It was great to see everyone else in the ASA family as well, south duners, GlamisBound, AZJoe and friends, Sloppy & Neil and all of the regulars as well =D> . Thank you to everyone and hope that we will see you all back next year.

Awesome pics Neil =D> , I never thought this group could look so good :P
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Those pictures are awesome, very nice work. It looks like those of us who missed that trip, really missed out. I had no idea there would be so many buggies, wish we could've been there, thanks for sharing the results.

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I had more fun on this trip than any other, good times for sure. Peyton said Genes' Sunday morning ride was the funnest ride she had ever been on. Hope to see you all out there soon.




Gene, your rides are nothing that a 12 year old girl can't handle. lsg.

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the_fog wrote:I had more fun on this trip than any other, good times for sure. Peyton said Genes' Sunday morning ride was the funnest ride she had ever been on. Hope to see you all out there soon.




Gene, your rides are nothing that a 12 year old girl can't handle. lsg.
Coming from her that is quite an honor. Besides out of the mouth's of babes eh? :lol:
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OMG Speaking of Peyton. We went on that ride Friday. You, Peyton were coming back because she wasn't feeling well. I came back with you because I was afraid of the George ride. But for a girl who wasn't feeling good she was still getting far more air than anybody I have ever followed.
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Sloppyduner wrote:OMG Speaking of Peyton. We went on that ride Friday. You, Peyton were coming back because she wasn't feeling well. I came back with you because I was afraid of the George ride. But for a girl who wasn't feeling good she was still getting far more air than anybody I have ever followed.
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:lol:
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Great trip everybody it was a blast from the Gene rides to the good eats from Clays hot oops I should say
'pit bbq".
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