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Old 01-30-2018, 08:08 PM
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Pretty much got the route figured out for this years run back to the River Breaks. Now it's just a matter of playing the waiting game till August....


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Old 01-31-2018, 10:29 AM
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Pretty much got the route figured out for this years run back to the River Breaks. Now it's just a matter of playing the waiting game till August....

Yea! But I hate the waiting game.

I did realize my passport is expired, so that needs to be renewed. Are we for sure going into Canada and need a (current) passport?
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Yea! But I hate the waiting game.

I did realize my passport is expired, so that needs to be renewed. Are we for sure going into Canada and need a (current) passport?
The more I looked at things, as fun it would be for a night or two, the Missouri is the main focus of this year's run. Have a easy drive up and back.

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We should get together soon. I'd love to see the route and hoist a beer with you all.
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People - nostalgic today since it is Vince's birthday (78)
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The more I looked at things, as fun it would be for a night or two, the Missouri is the main focus of this year's run. Have a easy drive up and back.

Makes sense not to all go to Canada. Borders are unpredictable and we would have issues with personal protective devices. But if we are close enough for one truckload to make a beer run ...

Malta is 753 miles from Denver. 11 hours of drive time + at least 2 for stops. Makes it good to have 2 or 3 drivers in each truck, because those are looooong days.

There will be a convoy from Denver for sure.
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We should get together soon. I'd love to see the route and hoist a beer with you all.
That be fun.

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Makes sense not to all go to Canada. Borders are unpredictable and we would have issues with personal protective devices. But if we are close enough for one truckload to make a beer run ...

Malta is 753 miles from Denver. 11 hours of drive time + at least 2 for stops. Makes it good to have 2 or 3 drivers in each truck, because those are looooong days.

There will be a convoy from Denver for sure.
Canadian crossing are pretty reliable, and the Morgan crossing is open 7 days a week, hours differ weather spring or Summer. This is one of the more remote crossing. But again, as stated earlier, the main focus for this years run is the River.

I average 11 hrs most days for work. This is completely doable, but started this years run on a Friday so wed not be rushing it to the meet point. I'll be driving my own rig.

Linn and I were talking about the Conversion camp for a night. This would work for our return trip, if we left the river early enough Sat the 25th. it's roughly a 10hr drive home from White Sulpher Springs.

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If there aren't any plans otherwise Ill probably hit the Bighorns for a night on the way up, and maybe inversion camp on the way back. Would love company.

Daniel thanks for posting those pics. Wish Vince could make it back out. That was my first and still my favorite Outlaws. Excited to return.
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Found this pre-trip shot today. We were so clean then
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