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    Default 8/10 stock/newbie run

    I didn't get many pics since we didn't really get stuck anywhere - all the newbies rolled just fine with the slight challenges that we had.
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    -- Tundra (yes, really my name, not my truck!) - KC1DQY

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    Let's see if the panorama pic works

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    -- Tundra (yes, really my name, not my truck!) - KC1DQY

    2013 Wrangler Unlimited Sport - not stock any more - Schoolbus Yellow (er, 'Dozer')
    1952 M38A1 'Old Swampy' - pending reassembly into mostly stock form

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    Here is the video I took at the beginning staging area.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UU...&v=1SijadHwVHk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UU...&v=PSZ9rCcloLo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...W6pER0wJjCVwTg

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    Pictures I took at the beginning staging area
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    Great time! We need to send a big thanks to Page's Corner. I and many others bought merchandise as a way to thank them. We took a lot of pictures of the Jeeps in front of us and will share some of them as soon as we can find the charger for the camera.

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    Couldn't have asked for a more perfect day!

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    Nice pictures Ralph - I got a bunch of the meeting, but they just duplicate what others put up. I was just focused on other things during the run, and we didn't really stop to spot people over obstacles anywhere, which is often the chance to take pics. Some run I'm going to just go as a passenger with someone with my DSLR just to focus on taking pics, not on wheeling.
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    1952 M38A1 'Old Swampy' - pending reassembly into mostly stock form

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    Looks like everyone had a great time! I'm going to have to get in on the next one of these newbie trips so I can introduce myself to everyone in person. That and have a nice low key wheeling adventure to bring the other half on.

    On a side note it always seems that getting good pictures is the hardest part of a wheeling trip. Some time I'm going to have to convince someone to wheel my rig for me so I can get some good pictures of it in action.

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    Thanks for posting up the videos. They were short, but gave a good idea about the roads.

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    They were good trails and the stockers had no problems. Awesome day if you ask me. A little more tech would have been nice but that was not what the day was about and my girl and I thoroughly enjoyed beginning to end. She is the photographer and still practicing :) But you do get a little idea of the day from them.
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    Those are great! Thanks!

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    thanks for sharing those Glenn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckman View Post
    They were good trails and the stockers had no problems. Awesome day if you ask me. A little more tech would have been nice but that was not what the day was about and my girl and I thoroughly enjoyed beginning to end. She is the photographer and still practicing :) But you do get a little idea of the day from them.
    I wish we had been able to do that too. The run went great. I just felt rushed for time, having a time restraint to get my group through all the trails. Usually there is a lot more stopping and talking, helping out and time to eat lunch. I felt like I was rushing everyone through it. Especially when we found out the 2nd group was gaining on us and were onlu about 10 minutes behind. Of course then they made an unexpected pit stop in Francestown
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