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Trip to Paragon Sept. 30

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic Region' started by 88sub4x4, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. 88sub4x4

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    I'm heading to PAP on sept. 30 with a group. Anyone is welcome to join us if you want to do some wheeling.
     
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    Sept 30th

    I'm planning on going, I won't know for sure until that week. I'm interested, never been there, still new.
     
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    Cool, I saw you over on tri-state. Look forward to meeting you. It's always a good time.
     
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    Oct. 21 & 22 at Rausch Creek...anyone down?
     
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    Hmmm, I'll have to see about this one. Does this mean you are going to wheel your rig Pete?
     
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    Word up! Trying to get her looking pretty right now. I may take her to Mahwah once again before the RC ride.
     
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    I'm going to try to make it there. What kind of trails you guys running. My YJ is still on 31's so I'm limited to greens and blues.
     
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    WTF happened here???
     
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    I dunno....

    I think the site had some problems yesterday. No one was getting thru. I'm looking forward to sat.
     
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    Sorry Pete, can't make it that weekend. Gonna be in MD.
     
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    Another weekend...

    It seems that things are preventing me from going on the 30th. Is anyone up for another weekend in Oct?
     
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    OK, now that weekend is good for me again. So Pete, what trails you guys running? Hammer, post up in the oct. trip planning thread on tri-state
     
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    I can't go to the Oct 21 & 22 ride, just found that I have to go to a christining.:mad:
     
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    Well the PAP trip was good. I led 8 vehicles on some greens and blues, but a blue 2 got the best of a stock S10 blazer in the group. He ended up denting both drivers doors, ripping the plastic cover off the front bumper (I still don't know how he did that) and then cracking the oil pan. I ended up leaving a truck at a friends house an hour away, then going back to the park and and towing the blazer back to the guys house. Turns out the Blazer was the kids fathers truck, so I don't think we'll see him on the trails again anytime soon.
     

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