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just got back from lonerock campgound at lake powell. an old college buddy flew in from OH so i had to show him some majestic western scenery. lonerock is about 10 miles from page,az just across the ut border. its a pretty cool place...beach, water, dunes and trails. we did some fishing, riding, and some tecate drinking. the beach there is about 1 mile long and can accomodate quite a few rigs along shore. last weekend was not too busy and the weather was great. the last day we had some strong winds that blew for hours. if you go, dont go when strong winds are forcasted or if you do bring some movies. it was like being in the saharah...sand everywhere.
anyway it is a great place to boondock, ride, take a boat, fish, swim, build sandcastles, etc. here are some visuals of the trip.

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That's the life! Is that a Joyner towing a Prius?


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I will have to remember that place. By the way what do you use to bread your fish??


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why yes that is a joyner towing a prius. some girls thought they rented the prius with the duner package. oh man, that was fun pulling them out.

the breading is zatarain's. it was the first time i used it. it was great with the fish tacos...but i guess anything tastes great after 12 tecates.

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That food looks good. What kind of fish was it? Camping, boating, fishing, cooking, beering. That covers all the bases.


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we had the trifecta: smallmouth bass, striped bass, and walleye. they all tasted great.

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Cool!! One place for all the toys!!!

I'll remember that place. Is it unbearably hot in summer?

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Looks like a hell of time. We go down to the Oregon Coast for similar sand-duning!


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Wow, if you could make some room for a dirtbike you would have the perfect setup for a Baja excursion!

Looks like you guys had a BLAST.

The roof of you TC is long enough to carry a hang glider and if you had a motorized harness you could get yourself off the ground anywhere (FLPHG- Foot Launched Powered Hang Glider).

I've got a 5x8 Utility trailer, but seeing your setup make me want to go out and buy an enclosed trailer!

Thanks for sharing.

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Looks like fun, I'm jealous as I no longer have dirt toys. I've flown just over the top of Lone Rock on a parasail back in 1988, just before the park service shut the guy down. He was only in business 1 weekend before being closed. Had a lot of money in his boat with the deck on it and all.
Thanks for posting your pictures of FUN!





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