Discussion in 'Blazer Bash' started by ktmoutfront, Dec 20, 2017.
99 was a good year
1999. Sheesh. My son was 11 and my daughter was 9. I was in the 12 year of my career and 2nd year of my own business. On my 3rd house.
In 1999 I was eating Millennial Cheerios with your kids. And resetting all the local computer clocks to think it was 1989 again.
Don't let the old grumps scare you. There are still folks around here that are young and stupid. You'll fit right in.
@The Griff, you've officially been bumped up to Kindergarten now.
Yaey! I just need to find my propeller hat.
@modhunt, don't feel too left out, I'm just 22, but when I joined on here I was only 16, that being said I didn't really say much for the first couple of years.
seen but not heard..
Are people still around on Sunday? Trying to decide if it will be worth staying and wheeling that day. This will be my first time out there so I would prefer someone to guide me around.
The event is Friday through Sunday, so yes. We will ahve a couple of official runs that day.
Hmm, 1999 I started 10th grade in the second half of 99.
I'd love to make it to one of these events. It's about 2200 miles one way for me. So a solid 4 days of travel.
My goal is to make it to at least one event like this this year with my stepside.
Good deal. Thanks!
@Tommyt350 and @74Chevy454
I am now thinking about going.
I am in Lincoln CA so on your way to Moab.
I believe @skunked is also going, from Lincoln as well.
I might also have a 40' flat bed and a big rig to take a few rigs if anyone prefers a group tow.
I am a commercial truck driver and I have been going to Utah a lot and that's a one day drive for me.
The next month will determine if I go or not, and if I get the trailer ready.
Last time I made it to bb was 06 with my chalet and didn't go on the trails but went with my wife and daughter on dirt trails and had the evening in camp with the guys.
This time I will be wheeling if I go
I haven't confirmed one way or the other yet.....
1999? I was 12 haha.
Should be able to make it. Will be limited to the easier 5 or less rated trails since the crew cab is just on 235's and probably won't have it's lift installed by then.
I just reserved cabin #50. She said it was the last available one.
Moab Rim Campark I think it’s called.
Heck yeah. Should definitely be better than sleeping in the Blazer.
We booked last year at Moab valley rv since we were there lol
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