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Old 11-22-2013
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Well I turned that .gdb into a gpx file so problem solved! thank you for all the help guys. When we get back ( Lynn is part of our group) I will offer my tracks/ waypoints to whoever may need them and post pictures up.
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Hey gang, Does anyone have an estimate on how deep they think the water was in the Bill Williams River? I've been talking with Y0ungGun and expressed a concern about all this recent rain and the ability to cross the river, and how many of us packed extra fuel in case we had to turn around and backtrack out of there....So how deep was that water in the deepest of the 3 pools we crossed? 18 inches?
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I have video of Scrambin Jim crossing all 3 pools, the deepest was the 2nd pool and it only came up to the bottom of his rear bumper. I believe his JK is at stock height, not sure of the tire size.

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I have video of Scrambin Jim crossing all 3 pools, the deepest was the 2nd pool and it only came up to the bottom of his rear bumper. I believe his JK is at stock height, not sure of the tire size.

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Does anyone have the GPS, GPX, KML track to the complete trip, I am thinking about doing this next week. Thanks, Bill
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Does anyone have the GPS, GPX, KML track to the complete trip, I am thinking about doing this next week. Thanks, Bill
FYI - i think most of the folks that would have the full tracks are on another trip right now, they should be back by Sunday.
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tracks?! what are tracks??
Sorry, but I don't really have those .....I only manage to do waypoints and paper maps and just set out kinds of exploring....If you pm what area interests you specifically, I'd be happy to give you some pointers....
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