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  1. mello mike
    Yeah, the theme of the Dead Horse Ranch Rally we attended in Feb was Pirates.
  2. Ev n' kev
    Thank you so much for the advice Mary we really appreciate all your help and support!
    Ev
  3. marian
    10-16-2009 11:40 PM
    marian
    thank you mary. yeah.. i'm a little lost here. i don't even know how to post pictures here. i'm not that great with all this technology.
  4. aaumpine
    07-13-2009 09:45 AM
    aaumpine
    Sent pics. I can probably make this for you if you pay for materials and shipping.
    Aaron
  5. Mr.Sovereign
    Mary,

    I made the diamondplate cover. The bumper storage was actually extended about 9 inches to allow for more storage. I then simply "skinned" the lid with 1/8" aluminum diamondplate. Hope this helps.

    Thanks for the inquiry.

    Best regards,
    Warren
  6. chbocca
    07-02-2009 06:38 PM
    chbocca
    Thanks for notes on Flagstaff KOA and Needles. Yeah, Flagstaff, Durango, and (the pool) at Las Cruces were our top three KOAs on this trip. And, Needles Marina Park on the river can be very nice indeed. Have not tried the Needles KOA yet.
  7. tdturn2
    06-23-2009 02:24 PM
    tdturn2
    Thank you for all of your encouragement!

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Posted 07-09-2009 at 04:49 AM by Maryw164 Comments 0
Flagstaff also had great trees and landscape. We went to the Grand Canyon, or as my teenage son calls it : "the big hole in the ground" . I had been there many years ago, but Steve & Stephen had not. We rode the train there from the depot. The increased elevation was fun to deal with while walking the trails, as was the heat (100f). The train ride was fun, but our steam locomotive broke down about 45 min. into the ride up and they had to send the diesel to take...

Posted 07-09-2009 at 04:15 AM by Maryw164 Comments 0
Durango is a great little town. Downtown is fun to shop. We rode the train (Durango to Silverton), it takes like 3 hours each way. The scenery was spectacular, well worth the fare. The train at one point was tilting as we went around a bend (see photo). We were told that the surrounding mountains/landscape are what they used to model Disneys' Thunder Mountain ride after. We rode in the open air car with the padded seats. Just be sure to pack your sunglasses, as the smoke/soot from the...

Posted 07-09-2009 at 03:51 AM by Maryw164 Comments 0
Stopped off at Holbrook to see the Painted Desert/Petrified Forest. Beautiful scenery. Pictures don't do it justice. The life size dinosaur was outside Holbrook.

Posted 07-07-2009 at 01:53 AM by Maryw164 Comments 0
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We purchased our AS from a local couple here in Socal. Below are a few photos of how it looked as purchased In May 2008. We are the 3rd owners of record.

Posted 07-07-2009 at 01:49 AM by Maryw164 Comments 1
This trip, our 1st of many, was the best most relaxing vacation we’ve ever taken. Despite the learning curve and new challenges to deal with. We went to Durango, CO via Kingman, AZ, Holbrook, AZ; and then Flagstaff, AZ on the way back to homebase (San Dimas, CA). We managed to get back home with wanting to strangle one another, or file for divorce

Day one:
We camped at the KOA in Kingman, AZ. It was a pretty good clean park with fairly level sites. Our only problem...
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