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Sorry if this has already been discussed, but who all is attending the Summit in CO this year. It's our first go at it considering that we just got our little hottie two weeks ago. I was just wondering who all made the cut off, now that registration is closed. So post em up ... all those in attendance say I
 

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all i can say is i hope i can go. im registered but i think i wont be able to afford the $4 a gallon prices this summer.
 

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I'm in, and family is all on board. Still need to get a room or something.


DominicG said:
all i can say is i hope i can go. im registered but i think i wont be able to afford the $4 a gallon prices this summer.
Dom, I think my in-laws will be following us in their mini-van. Wanna ride? (This is part joke, and part serious)
 

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I can't take the money with me so... I'm so there!!! Have my spot reserved at the KOA again. Now I need to figure out where to put the second badge. ??? Damn!!! I hate having to make all these tough decisions. ;D
 

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We are going!

We'll be in Denver on the 14th to see the Foo Fighters at Red Rocks.

Were staying at the Hot Springs Inn in Ouray. 8)
 

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I am so there this year. Last was terrible, but the summit was fantastic.

We are at the KOA also Ollie.

I am building an off road trailer, that I may need someone to tow it out, it will be very similar to the Adventure trailers Horizon, would you be interested in towing it and using it there?

I would want it to go on some of the trails if possible.

Patti will not give up the fith wheel, spoiled rotten brat that she is. Let me know.
 

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I'm going. I have my family (me + wife + 2 girls) plus my wifes parent's. They'll be bringing their mini-van, and carry all the goods that won't fit in the FJ. (I've got my own support vehicle woohoo!).

We'll be making some stops on the way, at the Grand Canyon, Zion, or other, then hitting some more stops on the way back. Good times. ;)
 

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CaDavebert,

Zion, Cedar Breaks, Bryce, Duck Creek, Navajo Lake are all on the way if you go up 15. Some of the most beautiful country there is. You can also get to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon via St George area.. I plan on hitting some of those on the way to the Summit or on the way home. Highway 14 accross to 89 is some of the most drastic terrain changes you will ever see. It goes about 40 miles and the scenery is in constant change. Southwest Utah (Dixie) is a paradise for outdoor people and it is not as crowded as some of the others. I go there every year at least once but normally three or four times. Just literally love the area.
 

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skersfan said:
CaDavebert,

Zion, Cedar Breaks, Bryce, Duck Creek, Navajo Lake are all on the way if you go up 15. Some of the most beautiful country there is. You can also get to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon via St George area.. I plan on hitting some of those on the way to the Summit or on the way home. Highway 14 accross to 89 is some of the most drastic terrain changes you will ever see. It goes about 40 miles and the scenery is in constant change. Southwest Utah (Dixie) is a paradise for outdoor people and it is not as crowded as some of the others. I go there every year at least once but normally three or four times. Just literally love the area.
Cool. Thanks for the info!
 
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