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Everyone please post your pictures from the 12th Annual ORP Holiday Party in this thread! I took a whopping 18 pictures and zero of the gift exchange because I was having too much fun! My pics here Some people's parking... Tegan took this one from her perch @Stacey and Scott @Ladybug I think the smoke was in his eyes @Number7 A serious discussion about the number of gifts @Stacey and Scott Open the dang cookies already! Getting set up to chow down! @ob1jeeper @Riddler @KtroubleA @K2man56 @shellback91 @4x4tographer @GetNout @Franky @4x4tographer Ryan cooking up the beans The meat. Sorry, I had to. Special cookies @Ladybug made. The one on the right special for @Yodamom the one on the left special for me! Now that's a shiny Jeep. I can see myself in @theksmith door!
Thursday last week George @Number7 and I attended a Bullhead 4 Wheelers trailride. There was a large turnout for a 3.5 out of 5 rated trail; turns out there were bi-passes to the really tough obstacles. When I read the trail description to him, G was all in: The trail begins just east of Moss Back Mine. Narrow passage requiring side wall traction. Frequent large rocks in difficult terrain. Low range 4WD required in sections. Obstacles could result in body damage. Some obstacles will require traction devices. Click here for My pics Doug our leader did a demo of the most technical section. I thought G would gracefully bow out, but he didn't. Continued...
Join me for a "Saturday in Sedona"! We'll tackle the somewhat exclusive Soldier's Pass, which is limited to 12 total vehicles per day. This trail, while short, takes you to see some pretty awesome sites including the 7 Sacred Pools and the Devil's Kitchen. We'll then jet over to Oak Creek Homestead where we'll enjoy a fun trail ride that dumps us out near the 89A. WHEN & WHAT! Saturday, April 17th We'll run Soldier's Pass Trail and head over to hit Oak Creek Homestead/Cliffhanger After Oak Creek Homestead, feel free to enjoy Sedona or head home by way of Cottonwood to avoid the typical Sedona traffic MEET-UP 9:00 AM at Starbucks Sedona 34.864825508909476, -111.7944874009835 https://goo.gl/maps/Z7nynTeJJuLGco158 There is an ARCO gas station right there on the corner for an easy fill-up! TRAIL INFO Soldier Pass (link) Soldier Pass requires a $6 permit that can be purchased here. Limited number of permits (12 total) are available per day. Oak Creek Homestead/Cliffhanger (link) Both trails are rated as moderate. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This trip is subject to cancellation or postponement due to rain or inclement weather. Communications: GMRS - Channel 20 (462.675 MHz) Ham - 146.460 MHz Other Considerations: Water & Food (pack a lunch and snacks!) Folding chairs Sunscreen! Camera Emergency supplies / Med Kit DRIVER & VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS Both trails are rated as moderate. Be advised there are a few steep climbs, rock shelfs, with loose rock and some mild off-camber areas on shelf-roads. Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) Have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 30"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires SIGN-UPS Space is limited due to the number of Soldier Pass permits available. Click here to buy your permit ($6) and post if you score one! I'll add you to the list. 1 - @4x4tographer (trail lead) 2 - @Trail Toy 3 - @CAVU2 5 - @SonoranWanderer 6 - @JL Goat Permit available from @AZRNintheJeep242 Permit available from @FleetSailor Permit available from @mbuckner