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OK so me and some of my jeep buddies are going to Johnson valley on September 5, 6, 7 we will be camping in tents and going off roading, we will probable have a few dirt bikes a few jeeps, a few guns, some full size trucks, and a lot of fire wood and beer. all are welcome as long as you are into these things!
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After all, it's not like the chapter has a meet on the 6th or anything
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yeah i was just thinking about that, i forgot

i didnt plan it.....
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Just messin' with ya -

Some folks may not want to go all the way down to Escondido.
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Just messin' with ya -

Some folks may not want to go all the way down to Escondido.

but all the way to Johnson valley no big deal right? haha jk

but none of us tha are planing on going so far know anything about it other then where it is, so if someone that knows where to camp what trails to take and what not wants to go that would be great, of if you know what we dont and feel like shareing that would be great too.
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that place is pretty cool. ive been there before its huge, lots of space to run around, have fun...and get lost! so be careful! lol ive done that...i may just come up there and join you, might grab the dirt bike to save wear and tear on silvia elise! but no promises!
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well we will leave from orange on friday night i would say not before 8 or 9.....
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i would go, but i have a photo shoot on the 7th for the race truck.

what area are you heading out to?
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i would go, but i have a photo shoot on the 7th for the race truck.

what area are you heading out to?
dont fully know yet...none of us have been out there before...
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Fun area up there. Shotguns only although on a busy weekend it can be too crowded to shoot much if at all. Camp away from the main areas as the noise all night long will keep you awake. Careful about the park boundaries or if you wonder out of the area stay on the trails as there is a lot of wilderness around around it now. Watch yourself on hills or blind trails as the nuts will be blasting down right on you! For a lot of the riders out there safety is an unknown concept. Wish I could go!
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Fun area up there. Shotguns only although on a busy weekend it can be too crowded to shoot much if at all. Camp away from the main areas as the noise all night long will keep you awake. Careful about the park boundaries or if you wonder out of the area stay on the trails as there is a lot of wilderness around around it now. Watch yourself on hills or blind trails as the nuts will be blasting down right on you! For a lot of the riders out there safety is an unknown concept. Wish I could go!
we try to camp away from the main areas on a regular basis, on the trials we are always in trucks, the bikes are more for just putting around not so much trail rides....i wish you could go too...
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Bummer! I really enjoy the area and know lots of fun trails! Already have plans that weekend so it's a no go for me. Hey you could wonder down south and do the Hammers??? If you haven't been this way take Camp Rock road to the junction of Camp Rock road (I know!) and continue out Troy road. Along the way take the side routes to the right to find the old mine shafts and cabins. Further past the gas lines you'll find the box canyon. Turn around and go back. There is a long way to circle back to Camp Rock road through the wilderness area but I don't think I could describe it here well enough for you to find it. Hope you have a good time!
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Very cool place to ride. Lots of land, rocks, dirt, sand, you name it. Good stuff.
My suggestion is to stay away from the crowds, especially if you have to tent it.
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but all the way to Johnson valley no big deal right? haha jk

but none of us tha are planing on going so far know anything about it other then where it is, so if someone that knows where to camp what trails to take and what not wants to go that would be great, of if you know what we dont and feel like shareing that would be great too.

We camp by "The Rock Pile" which is located on Bessermer Mine Rd a few miles past Soggy Dry Lake.
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hmmm i need to find a map with some road names so i know what is going on.
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