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    Quote Originally Posted by widleewidleewaa View Post
    I like the idea, I usualy end up going alone, becuase most of my friends work on weekends, and my girlfirend is terrified of the places I'll try and put my 4 runner.

    I usualy go into the Bradshaws Mountains north of Phoenix, and explore mines. But the next few weeks I'm going to explore around globe and Roosevelt Lake.
    Myself, Laura, and her husband Ralph are getting set to make another trip to the Bluebird just North of lake Roosevelt. I'm sure they would be happy to have you along as well.
    Please contact Laura. She and Ralph are really good people. (They saved me from eternal damnation)

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    I dunno, Ive seen how you guys feel about "whipper snappers".

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    Quote Originally Posted by widleewidleewaa View Post
    I dunno, Ive seen how you guys feel about "whipper snappers".
    It's ok, Brian's a whippersnapper too by our standards.
    If we do take you, you'll have to be blindfolded so you can't tell anyone else how to get there, it'll make the drive so much more interesting, especially on the curves with 300 foot drop-offs
    Seriously, if you want to go, you'd be welcome. We're waiting until the snakes are sleepy and the temperatures stay below 80 after sunup because it'll take a hike to get into the area we want to explore, the road that used to be there is gone. I'm an old bat and I don't do well climbing around in the heat.
    I hope there's something else we can call you besides widleewidleewaa, it'll make too much echo up in the mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LauraA View Post
    It's ok, Brian's a whippersnapper too by our standards.
    If we do take you, you'll have to be blindfolded so you can't tell anyone else how to get there, it'll make the drive so much more interesting, especially on the curves with 300 foot drop-offs
    Seriously, if you want to go, you'd be welcome. We're waiting until the snakes are sleepy and the temperatures stay below 80 after sunup because it'll take a hike to get into the area we want to explore, the road that used to be there is gone. I'm an old bat and I don't do well climbing around in the heat.
    I hope there's something else we can call you besides widleewidleewaa, it'll make too much echo up in the mountains.
    Laura,
    The Sammi's almost ready as well. I've got to put some miles on the rear end to be sure of its reliability and finish up the exhaust this weekend.

    And of course I have to test the machine gun.
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    Good going Brian, I was going to ask you how your rear end work was coming along, but others might not understand


    The Jeep is rarin' to go too, lots of protection now. Who needs lifts and lockers when you've got this?

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    ..........Wow..............
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    choo choo!

    Just let me know when your going, Im off most weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by widleewidleewaa View Post
    choo choo!

    Just let me know when your going, Im off most weekends.
    OK, will do. We can work out the details when we decide everyone's junk is running good enough and the days are cooler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LauraA View Post
    Good going Brian, I was going to ask you how your rear end work was coming along, but others might not understand


    The Jeep is rarin' to go too, lots of protection now. Who needs lifts and lockers when you've got this?

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    Laura, that one really made me smile. Not many people can do that to me!

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    Brian - I can't keep up with your automotive turn over - do you still have the bike?

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