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GravelRider

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Posted: 08/09/20 09:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Monongahela National Forest in WV last week.

It was brutally hot and sticky and we were just parked for the night, so I ran the portable generator out of the bed of the pickup in order to facilitate an early departure the next day. It was surprisingly not too loud inside the trailer.

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Posted: 08/16/20 05:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I hope it’s not racist to post this but this boondocking spot is in the White River National Forest Colorado

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Posted: 08/17/20 03:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I believe your comment was intended to make it racist. Not funny.





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bigred1cav wrote:

I believe your comment was intended to make it racist. Not funny.


No, maybe thats just in your mind. I understand that some of our members may support antifa and blm and they have been changing a lot of names of places, teams, etc so they may even change “White” river at some point. It’s not a ridiculous to think it may happen when considering what has already happened. There will probably also be many other names and places changed. It is a very beautiful area no matter what they name it

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Posted: 08/17/20 05:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Funny or racist.....sadly potentially accurate! memtb


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Please let's not mess up this great thread with politics of any kind, one way or the other. Thanks.


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Why why would anyone bother to even include that note unless one was trying to stir up that pot?

azrving wrote:

I hope it’s not racist to post this but this boondocking spot is in the White River National Forest Colorado

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Posted: 12/22/20 05:42am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

[quote=riah]Why why would anyone bother to even include that note unless one was trying to stir up that pot?[quote=riah]

Why would you bring it back up after 4 months?

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Here I am boondocking at valley of the Gods in UT last year. Would this be considered a religious post? [emoticon]

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With all the state, regional, and national parks are closed to overnight stays I found a BLM spot somewhat nearby.

The road becomes dirt for the last 10ish miles or so, and I was happy to find it in pretty great condition all things considered.
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They have something like 5-7 developed spots with picnic tables, fire rings, and overhead canopies (no hook-ups but they did have a pooper), but there are also about a dozen large open areas that you can camp, too (without the tables, ring, ...). We ended up right outside the main developed area in a nice level spot. I didn't use the makeshift fire ring you can see in the photo due to the pines nearby and the ground being littered in pine needles. I don't need that in my life...
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The cat did well on the trip mostly sleeping in his cubby until we arrived.
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Nice sunsets on top of the mountain (crispy 40F at night).
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Can't complain about waking up to this view.
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