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Old 09-24-2013, 06:40 AM
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Have you spoken with anyone at South Pass City re: mine tours or tours of the city?

"The Final Carissa Mill Tour of the 2013 Season will be September 28th - Call for reservations - 307-332-3684"

Might be worth calling to see if they can arrange a special group tour otherwise it's looking like it will be locked up. Might bump my schedule a bit.
Will call this week and see if we can get something set up.

You should try and join us for the drive into AC from Lander. Trying to get K.C. to be our guide.
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:28 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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Jonathan, One ReStop sounds like a great idea for several of the camps. Don't expect any fire bans. See ya soon!
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Old 09-25-2013, 06:46 AM
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Will call this week and see if we can get something set up.

You should try and join us for the drive into AC from Lander. Trying to get K.C. to be our guide.
Looks like they will be closing for the season for some repair work. Contractor starts work on the 2nd of October. Bummer.
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:52 AM
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Getting excited. I plan to leave GJ on Saturday to meet up with you guys at or en route to Bear Lake. I need to study the route a bit to see where a good meeting spot would be. I'll have the enclosed lavatory setup that James Mentioned and can set up when needed. The girls are in the middle of potty training so it's good for them to have. If you aren't into S?!$!?g in the woods anyone is welcome to use it as well.

Lots on the list this week. I need to repack wheel bearings and replace rotors. I also think I have a sticking rear piston. Not sure if I should replace the caliper or try to rebuild.
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Old 09-30-2013, 10:33 AM
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This should probably move to an Outlaws email thread but wanted to get us thinking about it.Perry or Dave ...did you guys get the final Outlaw list with emails?

Thinking about food, water and other things. Nak had posted up in the past about not needing 10 stoves, 10 lanterns, 25 chairs, etc. smart.

Breakfasts: typically a combination of group breakfasts where we all contribute something (eggs, bacon/sausage, burrito makings, pancakes, hash browns, etc) and fend for yourself breakfasts in case we need to break camp and hit the trail (cereal, oatmeal, etc).

Lunches - typically on your own, sandwiches, snacks, manifold meals, etc.

Dinners - in the past we've had good luck with impromptu groups meals but not mandatory by any means. "hey, I've got pasta...anyone got sausage or something to add??". with a larger group maybe we should verrrrry loosely structure this. Meat night? pasta night? quesadilla night? Burger night? everyone's favorite...."Weiner Night".


Also to think about is the other group gear...Tables? lanterns/lighting? stoves? pots/pans? awnings?

again...probably best to move this to the group email.

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Its going to be a loooong week. (from http://bearlakeutah.org/)

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I pulled some repeater info from the interwebs...I found conflicting information on the tones. I've added the options below. If someone has the ARRL repeater book or maybe knows of a more reliable place to verify, go for it and update as needed. I just couldn't find a definite answer.

Listed as Freq (PL tone)

Wyoming

Rock Springs
146.610 (100 or 107.2?)
146.670 (151.4 or 100 or none?)
146.940 (100 or none?)
444.500 (123)
444.700 (100)

Green River, WY
146.805 (none)

Kemmerer
147.090 (none)
147.390 (100 or none?)
449.825 (none)

Alpine
146.610 (123)

Jackson
146.730 (123)
447.700 (123)

Thermopolis
449.675 (none)

Bear Lake/Cokeville
147.120 (123)**Bear lake ID down for maint**
147.300 (100) (cokeville) open
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This should probably move to an Outlaws email thread but wanted to get us thinking about it.Perry or Dave ...did you guys get the final Outlaw list with emails?

Thinking about food, water and other things. Nak had posted up in the past about not needing 10 stoves, 10 lanterns, 25 chairs, etc. smart.

Breakfasts: typically a combination of group breakfasts where we all contribute something (eggs, bacon/sausage, burrito makings, pancakes, hash browns, etc) and fend for yourself breakfasts in case we need to break camp and hit the trail (cereal, oatmeal, etc).

Lunches - typically on your own, sandwiches, snacks, manifold meals, etc.

Dinners - in the past we've had good luck with impromptu groups meals but not mandatory by any means. "hey, I've got pasta...anyone got sausage or something to add??". with a larger group maybe we should verrrrry loosely structure this. Meat night? pasta night? quesadilla night? Burger night? everyone's favorite...."Weiner Night".


Also to think about is the other group gear...Tables? lanterns/lighting? stoves? pots/pans? awnings?

again...probably best to move this to the group email.

Who's Excited!!!!!!?????
Good thoughts, thanks for putting this out there. Feel asleep watching the Broncos last night.

Communal meals have been a fun addition to the trip. Maybe plan on one main cores for the week that you bring? Everybody else chip in?

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Its going to be a loooong week. (from http://bearlakeutah.org/)

Dang.


Also to note:

Just got a heads up that Lander was supposed to get 8" of snow last week. Might be best to pack for cold weather. Lets hope for an Indian summer....
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:23 AM
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I pulled some repeater info from the interwebs...I found conflicting information on the tones. I've added the options below. If someone has the ARRL repeater book or maybe knows of a more reliable place to verify, go for it and update as needed. I just couldn't find a definite answer.

Listed as Freq (PL tone)

Wyoming

Rock Springs
146.610 (100 or 107.2?)
146.670 (151.4 or 100 or none?)
146.940 (100 or none?)
444.500 (123)
444.700 (100)

Green River, WY
146.805 (none)

Kemmerer
147.090 (none)
147.390 (100 or none?)
449.825 (none)

Alpine
146.610 (123)

Jackson
146.730 (123)
447.700 (123)

Thermopolis
449.675 (none)

Bear Lake/Cokeville
147.120 (123)**Bear lake ID down for maint**
147.300 (100) (cokeville) open
I added these to a Call Sign list that I'll have printed for everyone on the run.

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Good thoughts, thanks for putting this out there. Feel asleep watching the Broncos last night.

Communal meals have been a fun addition to the trip. Maybe plan on one main cores for the week that you bring? Everybody else chip in?
Shawn, were you only drinking beer at Wynkoop? But yes, an email to everyone would be a great idea. I've got Posole.

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Just got a heads up that Lander was supposed to get 8" of snow last week. Might be best to pack for cold weather. Lets hope for an Indian summer....
Taking the -30 bag just in case. Likely to see snow especially in NW Wyoming this time of year.
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:13 AM
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Shawn, were you only drinking beer at Wynkoop? But yes, an email to everyone would be a great idea. I've got Posole.
Hah, I can neither confirm nor deny that. MMMMM....I love that Posole!!! Bring it on!
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