In Newark they just take the whole vehicle.PJPR01 said:
Maybe that's why it gets crossed so frequently. :wink:umbertob said:The Rio doesn't look very Grande though, is the river bed usually that dry?
We'll just call them dampbacks from now on.TripleE said:Maybe that's why it gets crossed so frequently. :wink:umbertob said:The Rio doesn't look very Grande though, is the river bed usually that dry?
Hi Umberto - couldn't agree more with you...absolutely refreshing to leave the city behind and just head out on the open road. Nice easy 650 mile trek from Houston to Big Bend. Just a heads up, see if you can get away for a few days before Xmas - I'm heading to California in a couple of weeks and am looking to get Rob/Adam/Jim maybe to Death Valley for a day or so before I run up to Palo Alto to visit family/friends.umbertob said:Ah, not to have kids again... Thanks for sharing PJ, those trips where you get away from everything and everyone are my favorite. The Rio doesn't look very Grande though, is the river bed usually that dry?
Sorry to hear that Phil, I'll PM you my info and give you a ring when I get up there.phil. said:absolutely is hollister. PM me the days you'll be here and i'll see who i can round up. i'm recently fun-employed so i've got days free sans kids, but could always figure something out after they're on xmas break.
Nice! Hope to see you out there again, we may throw out an invitation on the next trip to Texas Rovers branches ( Dallas, Austin) in case any others wants to join.mrayrover said:Happen to see the BigBend post. I couldn't agree with you more about the amount of stars at night, basically a planitarium (sp?). I've been taking my rover (classic, P38, now LR3) out there for many years from Austin and always have a great time on the backroads. Generally stay on them and camp among the backcountry sites. Great place to get away, and nice to see more LRs out there.
I'm gonna take a guess at the interesting route...PJPR01 said:Will do EEE...spending a bit of time this weekend studying the maps....there's an interesting route I've got my eye on...pretty remote and as long as there are no major blizzards preventing me, I might be able to visit Idaho along the way.
At the rate I'm going, I may put 7500 miles on in 3 weeks...