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Old 03-20-2017, 02:45 PM
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Nice camper. I have to sleep in a tent when I go camping.
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I never would have thought to use the cap either but it did make it pretty easy
A 2" piece of masking tape wrapped around forming a point works well too.
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Old 03-20-2017, 04:44 PM
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Nice camper, Specta. Can't wait to see where you take us.
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Nice camper. I have to sleep in a tent when I go camping.


I live in a 38' travel trailer in a state park so actually I have been camping nearly every night for several years. LOL
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A 2" piece of masking tape wrapped around forming a point works well too.
And to think I bought a pack of Bic pens just for one cap.

I worked with a guy several years ago who lived in Evergreen, Mark Saxonberg.

He works for Toyota of America in CA was elected President of National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) for 2017.

He was an automotive instructor with Allen Testproducts when I was in sales for the same company.

You live in a beautiful area.
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Nice camper, Specta. Can't wait to see where you take us.
Thanks Moose. I like it.

I'm doing some part time driving for the company I used to drive for covering some vacation time for the other 2 drivers.

I'm going to stay down there for a couple of extra days next week and ride Hog Canyon and the Virgin River Trails.
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Old 03-21-2017, 12:14 AM
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I was looking thru some old videos and thought I'd post a couple f them.




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Old 03-21-2017, 11:05 AM
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Where is the Lightning Jones road?
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Where is the Lightning Jones road?
Its not on the map, its on private property.

Its on the Kimberly Mine property on 113.

Page 29 in your Mapbook. Bottom right of the page you'll see Red Narrows, that's where the Kimberly Mine is.

Jones Road is roughly under the words Oak Spring Hollow.

The structure you see is the old mill that replaced the original mill at the head of the Annie Laurel Mine.


Here's a video from when a good friend gave us a tour of the property last fall.


This is what's left of the original Main Street thru the town of Kimberly.

Some interesting history if you're into that kind of stuff.
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Old 03-21-2017, 07:23 PM
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Where is the Lightning Jones road?


That's the mill. That's where the deer came and joined us for lunch.
We rode past the Kimberly Mine on our way out of Fish Creek on our way to my place.
Jones Road is across the canyon on the east side.



This is the Gooseberry Trail. Its connected to the Paiute Trail just east of Salina, UT.
Doug and I picked the perfect day to ride.
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