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Paying Dues

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by pauly383, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. pauly383

    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

    Jul 22, 2001
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    Mesa , Arizona USA
    This season ( starting in Moab in Oct ) is the season of paying some dues ;)

    Michelle and I load up and go to the lake last night to sleep in our new camper , and everything went off without a hitch until its time to leave .

    Now , I have been all over the Bartlett Flats at various water levels , and know the roads very well . And in the Blazer I have bever buried the truck in mud .

    Well , I misjudged how the dirt looked , even told Michelle we won't get stuck , and buried the tow rig and trailer to the axles :o

    A couple people were kind enough to stop me from making slow progress using my shovel , a piece of carpet , and firewood ( we covered about 75 yards in an hour just the wifey and I . See -----> go prepared ) , and pulled the trailer out first , and my truck just needed a push after that :D

    No pics , thank god . Took 2 hours to wash most the mud off :wink1:
  2. NateInChandler

    NateInChandler 1/2 ton status

    Apr 23, 2006
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    Chandler, AZ
    Da*n, guess i shoulda went huh.. everyone knows i love mud... :haha:Nate
  3. FWP

    FWP CRS Premium Member

    Oct 11, 2000
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    Prescott Valley, AZ
    Dude, It reminds me of 05 when I headed out to Bumblebee. 10 miles of 4-6" mud- You should have seen it- The dually in 4 low, 1st gear, 2800 rpms on the ol 6.2. Gooseneck squirming around a bit, and the poor teeny pop-up behind the goose swaying to and fro. :haha:

    After getting to camp, I swear the front of the Blazer and the goose had 3" of mud on it. Got mudflaps on the dually after that... hehe

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