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    Quote Originally Posted by Arky73 View Post
    Man, beautiful scenery. What kind of trailer are you using?
    Danged trailer can handle some pretty serious stuff:



    All my gear stayed dry, and the trailer tracked true.

    Guy
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    Thanks for sharing the pics, Guy. When you mentioned you spotted chukar tracks, it made me think of Clark. I'm sure it made you do the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judson View Post
    Thanks for sharing the pics, Guy. When you mentioned you spotted chukar tracks, it made me think of Clark. I'm sure it made you do the same.
    Ya, I miss ol' Clarkie real bad.

    Thanks though, for bringing him up. I was kinda hoping he'd be with me for a few more years.

    Good dog, good buddy, no doubt.

    Guy

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    Nice M - Beautiful country, Very cool camper trailer
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    That looks like a beautiful and very worth while trip. Thanks for posting the pictures.

    How do you like your Wrangler? I have a 2014 two door. For my hunting I consider the Wrangler to be about perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by white cloud View Post
    That looks like a beautiful and very worth while trip. Thanks for posting the pictures.

    How do you like your Wrangler? I have a 2014 two door. For my hunting I consider the Wrangler to be about perfect.
    I enjoy the heck out of the Jeep. Time to time I miss having a full-size pickup, but... Ah well, the Jeep is more fun and I rarely haul big loads anyway. I've taken the Jeep on some great adventures! Drove it to Alaska and back two years ago. A year ago I took it for a three-week trip through the southwest. And it seems I'm poking around in our local canyons & mountains pretty much every week.

    Yup, I like it!

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    Really neat lookin' country! I'm on my 4th Jeep- '19 2-dr. Wrangler and I love it! If you haven't before take a look at expeditionportal.com and click on "Forum".
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    Quote Originally Posted by M700 View Post
    Danged trailer can handle some pretty serious stuff:



    All my gear stayed dry, and the trailer tracked true.

    Guy
    That picture reminds me of Costa Rica. Many locals there drive jeeps with the high breathers and just cross the rivers instead of dealing with bad bridges. Most are diesel fuel as they don’t have the pollution regulations we do.


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    I figured you were already familiar with it. I love that kind of country but it's a long way from Texas. That's a nice 45-70 but the barrel looks too long-lol-!( Mine's an 1895G)
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    Guy it must be to do with a seismic shift we have had one this side as well the hills just got steeper. Out strimming with a 50cc brush cutter before it got to hot this morning in a release pen. Walking back up hill to the land Rover I had to stop twice and admire the view. Gar.


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