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    Who is in Texas?

    So, at the end of the year, we are moving from Cali to Texas.

    Lots of things are cheaper, gas, vehicle registrations, houses.

    We are looking forward to the move, but going to miss our Cali Jeeping family.
    We will make new friends though.
    So, just asking who is in Texas, and where?
    We are headed to Midland.

    They have a few OHV parks around us that we will find and wheel at.
    Show off our MC stuff on our Jeep and Promote MC every where we go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd Ockert View Post
    So, at the end of the year, we are moving from Cali to Texas.

    Lots of things are cheaper, gas, vehicle registrations, houses.

    We are looking forward to the move, but going to miss our Cali Jeeping family.
    We will make new friends though.
    So, just asking who is in Texas, and where?
    We are headed to Midland.

    They have a few OHV parks around us that we will find and wheel at.
    Show off our MC stuff on our Jeep and Promote MC every where we go.

    Todd

    I have family in Dallas...thatís about it.

    All I can say is itís flat, extreme weather, and a massive Oil and Gas town.

    New Job?


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    Yes, new job but with my current employer.

    We will arrive around Christmas time and job starts on Jan 2nd.

    Not sure when our Jeep will arrive as it will be shipped by the company.

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    Awesome. Canít wait to see some wheeling picture.


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    A significant change in wheeling from Cali to Texasi right?

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    Looking at the parks, it is much more condensed trail system.
    The rocks seem to be about the same on the trails.

    At least in the park, if you break, it could be easy to get the Jeep back to the trailer.
    On some of the trails I run here in Cali, it could make for a very long day and night to get off the trail with a broken rig and depending on the trail.
    Ducy Ershim is 33 miles long. Could be two days to get off the trail.
    Swamp Lake is about 15 miles long, and could be another long day.

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    33 miles! Holy smokes. Is it all crawling or is there some high speed areas.


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    Wow, 33 miles. We have one up here that is maybe a quarter mile, and takes 6 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xkid View Post
    Wow, 33 miles. We have one up here that is maybe a quarter mile, and takes 6 hours.

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    I have been on a few of those 1/4 mileíish trails like that. You get out of the trail and your just exhausted. Typical ride is only 5-6 miles of trail and itís an all day event.
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    Yes, those are what we mostly do.

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