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    I plan to make the sojourn to heavily vegetated Elk country. Look forward to seeing you 2s new hide out!

    Not bringing the Class C, just the cabover.

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    I am a maybe, torn between romping around Admiral's back yard or July's "Challis" adventure in the Sawtooths. Either way likely be compact with one bike on back of van.
    I did cyber-explore real estate listings finding the new house way back when and indeed The Admiral's Place is a hidden gem more than a few turns away from downtown metropolitan Garden Valley. Map would be very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I am a maybe, torn between romping around Admiral's back yard or July's "Challis" adventure in the Sawtooths.
    Why choose - do both.
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    We will bring the Hats. The hats will read MOAB 2019. The letters MOAB on half the hats stand for, " More Of Admirals Best". The other half of the hats stand for " More Of Admirals Beer". We will probably just camp at your neighbors house. How far are you from Redding, Calif.? See you there unless you see us first. Dirts a Flyen SanDue
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    Dan, you, Sue and the hats are about 550 miles from Admiral's neighbors house...a good 10 hours behind the wheel.
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    Wish I lived closer! Really need to get some New England gatherings going....
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    Quote Originally Posted by nathanwind View Post
    Wish I lived closer! Really need to get some New England gatherings going....
    I've been saying the same exact thing. Too far away and need to get some good group rides organized with folks from here in the southeast. Most if not all of my rides are solo or with my kids. Which is not bad at all, but some variety would be good.
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    Dan & Sue,
    After that long 550 mile 10 hour ride to Admirals, a 335 mile 6 hour ride up to mine for a couple three days would be easy...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Dan, you, Sue and the hats are about 550 miles from Admiral's neighbors house...a good 10 hours behind the wheel.
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    ---Quote (Originally by SanDue)---
    Please send me direction to your new house. I may also need direction back to my house. Thanks until your better paid. Will be a grand time. Dan and Sue.
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    From your place to our place go North East. Back to your place from our place go South West! I'm pretty sure it takes a while in both directions.


    We will bring the Mystery Gift Box. We took it with us to Moab but, no one came by to play. Checking for spiders the other day I discovered a roll of quarters in there. Gifts seem to be going in the box but, few are coming out. Go figure. Dirts a Flyen SanDue
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I am a maybe, torn between romping around Admiral's back yard or July's "Challis" adventure in the Sawtooths. Either way likely be compact with one bike on back of van.
    I did cyber-explore real estate listings finding the new house way back when and indeed The Admiral's Place is a hidden gem more than a few turns away from downtown metropolitan Garden Valley. Map would be very helpful.
    I'm with ejfranz, do both. Not to be selfish but if you had to choose one or the other the Challis Ride will be more remote/rugged. I've camped a few times near Custer, ID and the mining history of the area is tremendously interesting. Don't know trails other than I hiked up 8 mile creek road to an old mining site. Was a few old log buildings still standing. Saw a bear up close and personal on the hike back to the truck. Good times.

    On the other hand, there's plenty of interesting places around here I'm planning on riding too during the gathering. Few lookouts etc.
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