NEXT RIDE : MORRIS MOUNTAIN - MAY 19-21
NEXT RIDE : MORRIS MOUNTAIN - MAY 19-21

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Definitely bringing flip flops.
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Beast!  One of my favorite rigs in the club.




Of course, it has square headlights. Lol
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I wonder if they'll clean those disgusting things they call bathrooms before the event
They did last year

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They weren't clean this weekend, but we still managed. I even took a shower   //HOODRICH//
Does it have hot water?

Surprisingly yes. They could use a good bleaching and pressure washing, but work just the same without

Nice. I have my own source of hot water but its solar.
Pair of flip flops and shower. No one said to roll around on the floor.

Guess most of yall never did any real hiking or anything.

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I wonder if they'll clean those disgusting things they call bathrooms before the event
They did last year

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They weren't clean this weekend, but we still managed. I even took a shower   //HOODRICH//
Does it have hot water?

Surprisingly yes. They could use a good bleaching and pressure washing, but work just the same without

Nice. I have my own source of hot water but its solar.
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Like Ben said it depends on the rain fall right prior too the ride. I just saw a video where someone went last weekend and the creek crossings were very low. Now I'd imagine there flowing pretty good.
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No problem. Always nice to see what you will get into before you decide to come up.

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I don't want to scare anybody off here. But that being said, there are 2 river crossings and depending on the amount of rain it can get really deep. I will post a video of my last trip. It was dry but you can see the depth of one of the crossings. There are some pretty good rocks to play on but open, open might be a little tricky. Last time in there was a section that could give open open guys a little trouble.

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Thanks Ben,very much appreciated!

Kraig
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Here is the video of AJ crossing the second river crossing I believe. It was dry so you can see how deep it could get. He is on 35's and 3" of lift so just depends on the conditions of what you could get.

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I don't want to scare anybody off here. But that being said, there are 2 river crossings and depending on the amount of rain it can get really deep. I will post a video of my last trip. It was dry but you can see the depth of one of the crossings. There are some pretty good rocks to play on but open, open might be a little tricky. Last time in there was a section that could give open open guys a little trouble.

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29" tires and low, I might sit this one out. I know when I went with AJ the water crossings where up to the bottom of my doors on the TJ and I am on 35s.

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So you've got me thinking now (and yes it hurts)  So I have a 2011 Jeep JK Unlimited, Open, Open, 2.5 inches lift and metric tires which are approx 32.75 according to a metric conversion site.

Should we also sit this one out unless we get bigger tires or pontoons?  Can't afford to do too much more to the Jeep currently as I bought a 73 VW Bug money pit that has been getting the attention of late, that new guitar and amp, and the boat, and upcoming Yellowstone vacation, and the dog, and and and...
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