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Thread: RE: Second Attempt . . . ORCAs on ATVs

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    Well, haven't decided to do a rental but am going up. I have my camping reservation (lady was very nice) and will be riding up with an ATVer. So - if anyone from the County wants a tag-a-long for a caching day sans ATV - em or pm me so we might make plans. Have done some county caching but there are tons I have not done. Since I am hooking a ride, I won't have a vehicle once I get to the campground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Well, haven't decided to do a rental but am going up. I have my camping reservation (lady was very nice) and will be riding up with an ATVer. So - if anyone from the County wants a tag-a-long for a caching day sans ATV - em or pm me so we might make plans. Have done some county caching but there are tons I have not done. Since I am hooking a ride, I won't have a vehicle once I get to the campground.
    If you don't get anyone to cache with during the day Lois I have a free spot on the back of my ATV . . . it's not as nice a two-up like the one Dave has . . . but it works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    If you don't get anyone to cache with during the day Lois I have a free spot on the back of my ATV . . . it's not as nice a two-up like the one Dave has . . . but it works.
    Why thank you ffjake, I wasn't sure and didn't want to bring my tote sled to ride on (no snow you know)......... Now, I need a helmet - right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Why thank you ffjake, I wasn't sure and didn't want to bring my tote sled to ride on (no snow you know)......... Now, I need a helmet - right?
    It's entirely up to you . . . I may have a spare helmet you can borrow if you don't want to dig out that 1978 Arctic Cat snowmobile helmet with the faux cheetah skin pattern on it.

    And hey . . . you have me an idea . . . maybe I should bring up the ATV Club's trailer and hitch it on . . . I could carry 2-3 people that way in the wagon. It's been tested before by Hiram357 and he can attest that it rides very well . . . considering I took the wagon over rocks, large stumps, steep hills and dirt mounds (and he still didn't fall out . . . or spill his beer.)
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    You need one of these!

    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You need one of these!

    Oh that is very nice - space age......... Jake's sounded more like a prarie like buck board - ah, now to did out and dust off my prarie dress

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    Where's the main rotor and tail rotor? Looks wicked fast.....

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You need one of these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You need one of these!

    Looks like a snow coach that some folks tow their kids behind while snowmobiling . . . minus the skis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Oh that is very nice - space age......... Jake's sounded more like a prarie like buck board - ah, now to did out and dust off my prarie dress
    Actually the trailer has a walking beam suspension that uses two high-floatation tires that can "walk" over obstacles . . . you would have to ask Hiram how it rode . . . but he seemed to be enjoying himself and didn't complain about the ride . . . much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    You need one of these!

    Jake.....meant to ask.....did Hiram lose a glass slipper when he got out?
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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