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Another new poster from Southern California

Ive made a couple posts, and figured I could start posting here, as Iam from California south of Indio by stinkyfish, I mean Salton Sea. The area isnt the best place to live, but Ive got good neighbors. I can be at Glamis in under 2 hours, but Ive never been there lol. It is nice though to see ford fans in California, perhaps even ford fans from California that have V8s you cant stick in a refridgerator.
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Thank you I drive a 1998 ford f150 4.6V8 2wd 5spd, and a 1995 saturn sl I know that ones not a ford, but it was a big help when I had to run back and forth to Oxnard from Indio.Im thinking about buying something though that I could offroad in.
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Ive made a couple posts, and figured I could start posting here, as Iam from California south of Indio by stinkyfish, I mean Salton Sea. The area isnt the best place to live, but Ive got good neighbors. I can be at Glamis in under 2 hours, but Ive never been there lol. It is nice though to see ford fans in California, perhaps even ford fans from California that have V8s you cant stick in a refridgerator.
Under 2 hours? Is that in the Saturn?

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I live in a town called Mecca which is more south east of Indio, but from Mecca I can be at I-8 in 1 hour 30 min. Glamis is suppose to be a half hour east of Brawley.
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Okay, you're all the way up at the North shore. So I can see it taking some time to get down to Brawley. You don't need to go the I-8 for Glamis. It is on CA-78 just East of Brawley. But I've never actually entered Glamis, so there may well be entrance from I-8 too. Anyway, splashing around in the sand has never been my thing, so I don't know much more than that.

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