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All of the Broncos on the property were sasquatch
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I was by myself I just got out every chance I got specially in the spotter areas I was #2 bronco so got through ahead and parked to wait for the other 4 Broncos behind me.
Well damn, nicely done. It was really hard for me to even get out of the Bronco at the end of the day – it's gravitational pull is very strong
 
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Thanks for the pictures, those valley vistas are incredible. the trails look like a lot of fun to drive with a nice mix of rocks, boulders, and off-camber switchbacks.

I can't wait to go on 10/13!
 

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Nothing proves your country-boy cred like talking about hunting from a vehicle or road! :sneaky:
Just a joke of course - but funny to see a photo of a deer. Around here I see them every day.
 

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City Slickers at Off-Roadeo:
"Oh my goodness, look at the deer! It's amazing to be out in nature where we can see something so peaceful"

Myself:
"Fucker's lucky he's not in season right now"
Off-road racers:
Oh crap, there goes my radiator...(amongst other things...)
 

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It was like 102 down on the strip, but even by mid afternoon I think it was low 90s up there. The base camp and trails are pretty far up in elevation so that makes a huge difference in temp. In the afternoon were were up around 8000' feet. I did keep the air on in the Bronco the whole time and it was a soft top and did not get hot.
Ha ha, I was wondering how hot it was. I did the New Hampshire one and the weather was unbelievable. Almost everyone in my group put the top back and did the whole thing top down/windows open.
 

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Many thanks for the pics Doug. I really enjoyed wheeling with you. All of your comments in this thread are spot on. I already stole the pic you took when I got the driver’s side rear wheel up in the air. Just an all around really fun day and renewed my desire for a Bronco. Wish I could get it sooner.
 

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Did that Van take you from the Resort to the Off Rodeo camp
 

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I did it last Wednesday 09/08/21. A truly fantastic experience! I would do it again. I had #26 which looks very similar.

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No, the van took us from where we parked the cars to the base camp.
How do accommodations work? You stay where ever you want and rent a car to get to a parking lot and they pick you up at the parking lot?
 

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Pretty much. You have to get to the facility yourself off of HWY 160 (the road to Pahrump). It's a gravel road off of Hwy 160 for about a mile or so. Google maps shows the road as 582 (county number?). It's past the Creepy Bathroom OHV Parking shown on Google maps - LOL. There's a parking area that they show you too, then a short shuttle up to the buildings. The info they send you will have GPS coordinates as there is no address.
 

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How do accommodations work? You stay where ever you want and rent a car to get to a parking lot and they pick you up at the parking lot?
Exactly what @HopelessDiamond said.
 
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