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Old 08-22-2013, 04:23 PM
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Default Hopefully near Fluffy Kitten Falls.

here. in the SE corner of ID crossing into Utah's Northern border. Near Montpelier, ID.

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid...8393,77.783203

And not specifically where that pin is dropped...camp will be somewhere else.

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Old 08-23-2013, 01:00 AM
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OK, that looks cool. Not super close to Jackson, though.
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Old 08-23-2013, 06:35 AM
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here. in the SE corner of ID crossing into Utah's Northern border. Near Montpelier, ID.

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid...8393,77.783203

That be it. Still need to figure out camping for that area, friend from Lander gave me some suggestions. Will figure out this weekend.

And not specifically where that pin is dropped...camp will be somewhere else.
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OK, that looks cool. Not super close to Jackson, though.
Yeah, not to close. there will be some pavement while in route to Jackson from Montpellier, we do get to pass through the Grand Canyon of the Snake River. There is a dirt pass road that will take us into Jackson from the Highway.
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Old 08-24-2013, 06:04 AM
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Got it. Might drive all day Saturday and get to the meet up spot in the evening then. Anyone want to caravan?
If you wanna stay off the interstates as much as possible I might be interested. Here' s pretty much the route I'm thinking.
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If you wanna stay off the interstates as much as possible I might be interested. Here' s pretty much the route I'm thinking.
Dave, are you planning to leave Saturday AM? If so, what time do you think you'll land at the meetup spot? I'm all for staying off the interstate.

Perry, is the meetup spot Saturday also the camp for that night?
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Old 08-25-2013, 08:40 AM
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Dave, are you planning to leave Saturday AM? If so, what time do you think you'll land at the meetup spot? I'm all for staying off the interstate.

Perry, is the meetup spot Saturday also the camp for that night?
I believe the intent is for them to be the same. I can be ready to leave as early as 5-6 AM on Saturday. We could be at there in time for with dinner already prepared on the manifold cooker.
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I believe the intent is for them to be the same. I can be ready to leave as early as 5-6 AM on Saturday. We could be at there in time for with dinner already prepared on the manifold cooker.
Dave is correct Martin, though i'm still searching for a good camp for the night. A friend was mentioning something about camps on the east side of the lake. Worst case we can pick a town close by to meet at then go from there.

Just about have everything finalized for the route. Only questions are Thursday. Will post itinerary. Was thinking about maybe heading out Friday after work in the hopes of meeting up with Grandpa in SLC for breakfast, but thinking I may just caravan out with you guys.

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Old 09-01-2013, 10:53 AM
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I still haven't been able to find a good campsite (other than the established FS ones) around Bear Lake. Thinking it would be best for us to meet at Laketown, Utah then go from there to find camp for the first night. Looks like there's routes along both sides of the lake. Dave and Martin, i'm most likely going to head out with you guys on Saturday.

Also, this is who I have so far for a yes on coming:

Sean Boland
Shawn Cardinal
Daniel Linn
Dave K
Martin Huber
Matt Farr
Kurt Williams
James K (woodsman)
and myself.

Waiting list is:

John Harris. John, Vince isn't able to make the run this year, if your still interested in going I can put you in his spot.

Ready to get out there!

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I'm in. Really looking forward to this! Looks like an incredible lineup and great route possibilities! Let me know what I can bring to help things out. I have two ReStop personal lavatory systems, the complete system with the tent enclosure. I'm happy to bring one or both and be responsible for setup/teardown on nights where they are required. Are there any active fire bans in WY right now? I could bring a Campfire-in-a-Can as well. And Fireball, Yeah, Fireball.

Again, looking forward to revisiting old friends and making some new ones.

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Old 09-04-2013, 06:40 AM
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I'm in. Really looking forward to this! Looks like an incredible lineup and great route possibilities! Let me know what I can bring to help things out. I have two ReStop personal lavatory systems, the complete system with the tent enclosure. I'm happy to bring one or both and be responsible for setup/teardown on nights where they are required. Are there any active fire bans in WY right now? I could bring a Campfire-in-a-Can as well. And Fireball, Yeah, Fireball.

Again, looking forward to revisiting old friends and making some new ones.

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Will be fun to have you along this year.

Thanks for the offers on stuff to bring. Figure we can dive into that as the trip gets closer.

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