EHRENBERG-CIBOLA OHV ROUTES
Area is located between the City of Ehrenberg, the City of Cibola, the Colorado River, and the Yuma Proving Ground. Vehicle travel is limited to existing routes. Vehicle travel is prohibited in the Trigo Mountain Wilderness.. Obey all warning signs and call the Yuma Proving Ground at (928) 328-2720 for access information. The Cibola National Wildlife Refuge is at the south part of the area. Obey signs and call the Refuge at (928) 857-3253 for information. Low Desert. Spring, fall, winter seasons. For maps and information contact the Bureau of Land Management, Yuma Field Office, (928) 317-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
how does that sound? its right on the border....
1970 F-350 Crew Cab long bed
06 Focus ZX3 5 Speed DD
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Sounds nice as I travel to Chandler about once a month for racing, but, due to the cost of fuel, I pull a tiny trailer with my VW rather than my trailer with the truck.
1995 F-350 PSD XLT CC/LB >250k miles...AirLift 5000 rear bags, excellent!
Replaced water pump, steering pump & AC comp just prior to or via failure.
I roadrace a 125GP bike..haul it with a huge truck & a 20' 5500# trailer...whee!
It's looking better: replaced fender, front bumper & hood hinges.
-- pulling a 20' trailer and 1997 Honda RS125
Who's footing the Petrol cost?
If 2 members wish to ride w/ me & foot the cost or I could double up w/ another member in their rig, as it's been awhile between good paying gigs.
Vermilion '58 Mercury M-100 HP 312 I-6 w/ HP C-4
Blue '58 Mercury M-100 Panel 223 I-6 w/ M-O-M
Black 1893 Henry Ford Quadra-Cycle (replica)
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If it takes you 4 gallons of diesel to get to the Hi Jolly Monument from the CA/AZ border, something is terribly wrong with your truck.
The monument is in Quartzsite, one gallon (prolly less) of diesel away from Blythe.
OK, TEN bucks of fuel. That's two gallons, since you then have to come back to the river, as that's where it was proposed to go, "somewhere along the Colorado River". Why overshoot to "Tyson's Wells", only to have to come back to the Blythe area?
Quartzsite was called Tyson's Wells in Hi Jolly's day. I've stopped more than once and read the plaque under the copper camel (which I'm surprised has survived to this day).
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