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Spring Break Moab Trail Run

3 years 11 months ago #8063 by douglawyer@gmail.com
Hey everyone,

Just wanted to make everyone aware of the upcoming Moab trip in March posted on the events page.

http://www.azlro.org/events-main-menu/d ... ak-in-moab

Thanks, Doug

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3 years 11 months ago #8064 by azarmadillo
I'm in. Already requested it off. No changing the dates.

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3 years 11 months ago #8065 by douglawyer@gmail.com
Way to go Chad! How many years you've been off-roading Land Rovers? Looking forward to it.

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3 years 11 months ago #8066 by azarmadillo
Over 14 years. Finally going to make to Moab!

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3 years 11 months ago #8068 by Kelly
Replied by Kelly on topic Spring Break Moab Trail Run
We are out. Grace's Spring Break is the week before. Have fun!!

Moab is great. Our first trip was way back in 1996. We were in James' Series III. Our friend was in a Range Rover, which is now the Range Rover Classic. He let me drive his RRC. The next year, we were back in my RRC. <!-- s:thumbup: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_1thumb_up.gif" alt=":thumbup:" title="thumbsup" /><!-- s:thumbup: -->

1968 Series IIA Dormobile - 20,000 BTU stove, 16 gallon water capacity, accommodations for 4, dining area, and restroom
1992 Range Rover - Did you know the 14th wedding anniversary is the Range Rover Anniversary?

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3 years 11 months ago #8070 by James Howard
That was the trip when we stopped at a filling station on the Navajo Reservation, bought an ice block, put it on the floorboard, and changed the interior temperature from &quot;miserable&quot; to &quot;uncomfortable&quot;. AC was a big motivator to get a RRC.

1968 Land Rover Dormobile
1992 Range Rover
N1JH

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