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wsdepa

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Posted: 01/12/08 07:18am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here's a few places from last summer.
Amistad Reservoir.
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Somewhere in Escalante National Monument.
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Padre Island
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Posted: 01/12/08 09:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wsdepa wrote:


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That's agreat picture.

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Posted: 01/13/08 09:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Murdock Basin, Uintah National Forest.

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WOW you people sure are lucky. I hope to do alot of boon docking in the future.





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Posted: 01/15/08 10:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Soapstone Basin in the Uintah Mountains, June 2005.

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everymilesamemory

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Great Pictures everyone! Gets me geeked to check out some of those beautiful locations

Boondocked Along a creek bed in Arkansas
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We had to cross the creek to get to it
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Keep posting great pictures!!

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Thanks Pat, looks like a BLAST!!

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everymilesamemory wrote:

Great Pictures everyone! Gets me geeked to check out some of those beautiful locations

Boondocked Along a creek bed in Arkansas
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We had to cross the creek to get to it
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Keep posting great pictures!!

Pat



Wow, that would make me nervous crossing a stream with an RV.


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It would have made me nervous if the stream would have been deeper than it was, but the wife and I scouted it out in advance, and knew it never got any deeper than our knees, so we knew we would be safe. Now on each side of the trail in the water, it dropped off a few feet in each direction, so crawling across it was.

The way I look at it is if the camper cant keep up with the road conditions, then we need a new camper[emoticon]

I love looking at the many places people find to camp. It just makes me want to go explore. So much for everyone saying this country is getting too over populated. It might be in some areas, but there are plenty of places that are wide open and forgotten just begging to be re-discovered.

Pat

* This post was edited 01/19/08 08:15pm by everymilesamemory *

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[image] Padre Island

[image] From my recliner

From a couple of weeks ago, tough work.[emoticon]

* This post was edited 01/19/08 11:23pm by hotair *


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