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    Default July trip on east side backroads

    sorry for the hype, but this trip has had to be canceled. Vicki is going to have spinal surgery on her neck and this trip would be too hard on her.
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    That will be a really neat trip, Mark. Would you sort of outline a day-by-day calendar as you see it taking place? I realize that you are flexible, but a guideline of where you expect to be each day, the way you see it now, might begin some conversation.
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    Would there be time to drive up to Hart's Pass and poke around some of the roads up there? Well, shoot, I don't know why I asked because after thinking it through I realize I wouldn't do well at those elevations anyway. But, I still have it in my head that I would like to explore those side roads at the top!

    Back down to earth, perhaps we could meet up with you guys and tag along for a couple of day trips depending on your route.
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    Toy Man says Maybe. Will keep following this thread.

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    Not sure if I would be able to go for all of it, but may be able to tag along for part of it or even just a day. I would be limited to logging roads or simple/easy trails (there are just some places an F250 isn't meant to go). Most of July is free right now.
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    Hey Mark very interested in joining you for the week sounds like a good time

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    For me, it all depends if I have the days off or not.
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