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  1. We just got back from a great adventure in Baja. We were gone for 11 days, put 1890 miles on the Smurftruck, and went to San Felipe, Bahia de los Angeles, Mulege, Loretto and back. We stayed a couple days in each place and really got to check things out. The whole thing was just an absolute blast, so glad we did it, and so glad that team @Franky joined in. 

    Here is a link to the whole album:  Baja 2023


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  2. Nice wheels and tires! We love our new KO2's, I think you'll be impressed. Amazing how much room there is in a 4 door sans back seat. Are you guys going to sleep in the back or stick with the tent and cots?

  3. 59 minutes ago, MzPriss said:

    Well, I went with the Fox 2.0.  Two have arrived, two are stuck in transit.  Notification that the lift has shipped.  The anticipation is killing me! 

    BOOM!! Can't wait to see her after pics!! <3

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  4. 🙋‍♀️ sign me up!!


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    Kasani estimates that just a gallon of water can keep a tent cool for up to 24 hours, and the effect will work with either water sourced from a faucet at a campsite or pulled from a stream in a more rural setting. In other words, the evaporative cooling isn’t going to stop working if you don’t use purified clean water."

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