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Posted: 03/23/08 08:41pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What were the total round trip miles?

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Posted: 03/23/08 09:08pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You know we had a GPS in the truck that I thought was going to keep track of those kind of statistics but, it didn't. Total miles was approximately 3400. When we have that far to go Tory and I share the driving and just drive straight through so we don't waste too much time getting there. I can tell you that 22 hours is our limit. [emoticon] While we didn't post any pictures , we headed over to Mesa Verde National Park after leaving Monument Valley.


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Posted: 03/24/08 05:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

realter wrote:

realter wrote:

What were the total round trip miles?


The part up the mountain and back.
The White Rim trail is 103 miles

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realter wrote:

What were the total round trip miles?


The part up the mountain and back.

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Okay, that's it. I am tired of having my TC in storage after seeing those terrific photos. That trip just made it on my "TC Bucket List!" Great ob, gladyou posted the photos. That's what TC'ing is all about!!

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petekerwien wrote:

Okay, that's it. I am tired of having my TC in storage after seeing those terrific photos. That trip just made it on my "TC Bucket List!" Great ob, gladyou posted the photos. That's what TC'ing is all about!!
Unfortunately, as I posted on the other thread on this, the WRT isn't really doable for a dually or most hardside campers.


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Posted: 03/24/08 06:22am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK, so now I have to buy another TC, one for the Moab trip, the other for the rest of the time.

amazing photos, I have done Moab on a mountain bike, was sure to leave the red dust on my frame for local rides. Eventually, it all goes away.


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More fantastic pictures! Thanks for sharing. Glad to hear you had such a great time.


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How were the trucks set up? other than the GMC that appears to have a mild lift, the others seem stock. Was there a lot of off camber spots that deter the hard side camper or is it clearance with overhanging objects? Just curious as to why it was not recomended for hard side camper. Did you overnite on the trail or up and back on same day.

Moab is on my list of places to experiance. Although i would be MTB and using my blazer for the trails. Something about 4 wheeling with that camper, leads me to think i would have one big mess to clean up inside when i was done.


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