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    Trail ride to Angel Falls Sunday, if anyone is interested. Meeting in Rangley 10:00-10:30. Here's the link:
    http://www.midcoastjeep.com/forum/in...opic,64.0.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team View Post
    Trail ride to Angel Falls Sunday, if anyone is interested. Meeting in Rangley 10:00-10:30. Here's the link:
    http://www.midcoastjeep.com/forum/in...opic,64.0.html
    I'd love to go, but I have an already scheduled family arrangement on sunday...

    I just go a skyjacker stabilizer upgrade too to make it a bit more comfy riding the big tires on the road. Make sure ya take some pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team View Post
    Trail ride to Angel Falls Sunday, if anyone is interested. Meeting in Rangley 10:00-10:30. Here's the link:
    http://www.midcoastjeep.com/forum/in...opic,64.0.html
    Mike the link does not work.
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    Here's the info...

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    Club Section => Club News & Events => Topic started by: Russ on October 14, 2007, 05:45:29 PM


    Title: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: Russ on October 14, 2007, 05:45:29 PM Meeting up at the Rangeley IGA on route 4 between 10-1030am.... bring trail lunch... maybe pizza or something on the way home... riding between Rte 4 and 17.. and to Angel Falls

    Title: Re: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: Serveck on October 17, 2007, 06:06:05 PM i really wish i could make it up there, the scenery is amazing this time of year. my jeep could do it, but its a matter of getting it up there (not inspect able). take lots of pics!

    Title: Re: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: Russ on October 17, 2007, 09:55:16 PM Hey Stephan, How about giving us a call we could always use a spotter in another vehicle until yours if up and running

    Title: Re: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: Serveck on October 18, 2007, 08:50:51 AM anyone have a tow dolly/ full sized car carrier they would like to give me a tow with? i would love to go, but i can guarantee i would be pulled over on the way there. otherwise, how are the trails up there? im sure mac's jeep could do it (stock, but with the upcountry as far as i can tell)

    Title: Re: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: Russ on October 18, 2007, 09:12:14 AM talk to Mac.... His vehicle can make it... we've yet to see it on the trails

    ALL THE TRAILS ARE STOCK unless you want to test your limits....

    Title: Re: One Day Trip to Rangeley
    Post by: mecompco on October 19, 2007, 08:58:05 AM I plan to come--will try to drag the wife along as well. Was hoping to try out the new tires, but my mech has put me off till next week--sigh!

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    Thanks, Cameo--the link works for me--weird! Anyway, everyone is welcome and I'm sure there must be caches in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team View Post
    Thanks, Cameo--the link works for me--weird! Anyway, everyone is welcome and I'm sure there must be caches in the area.
    it worked for me too....
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    It works for me now too. It must have been something going on at 2 am in the morning. Weird. Thanks Cameo.
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    Your welcome.

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    It was a beautiful day, and a nice ride with a few minor challenges. The leaves were a little past peak, but still nice.

    Here's the view from the Height of Land:



    Crossing the Swift River on the way to Angel Falls:



    I couldn't find a cache listing for Angel Falls--anybody know of one? It is a beautiful spot.

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    very nice! I still wish i could've made that one, i love goin up that way. (the jeep looks nice in the water ) It looks like there werer some other XJs there too, how many ended up going?
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