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webboy52

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October 20, 2016, I took this photo of my truck beside a GIANT Joshua tree, near the road that cuts off to Lee Mine.  Saline Valley amazes me with the sheer, remote, beauty of the place.



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I'll push it over the edge next time I go there. I'll use both arms if necessary.
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No Ford for me...never say never.
Monte

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His name is Charlie
James Sel

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Is the Lab named Wingnut or something like that.
Monte

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Is this salt with an F-250?
Monte

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No it's silver Mitsubishi montero with a black lab
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Is that Monte the dog with the green light on the collar?
Monte

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 #39 
Agree, and should name it something like boulder-17
Kevin Mokracek

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I think it should be left in place, it's kinda cool.
Sierracu

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Or you can bring your own dynamite...
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You will have no problem. Worse case scenario: you unhitch the Samurai and drive the two around the boulder separately. Best case scenario: the rock will be gone by then. image1 (002).JPG 
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Tom you have a pretty big rig. Mine is 4WD Tacoma with small (no overhang) Four Wheel camper.
Will I be able to tow the Samurai in? or should I leave it at home? I realize conditions change with each storm.
Our next try is March 13th.
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I came out yesterday, (2/22) and skirted the boulder at about 1:00 p.m. It had been moved, but not removed at that point (Miller towing had apparently moved it a bit closer to the hillside, giving us in the Lance a bit more clearance). I doubt it had been removed later that day, but look forward to updates. (Waving to Lee from outside ... make sure you get the dates right!)

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Thanks folks. We are leaving on Friday morning and I see no sign of rain for the next four days. Would love to hear from anybody that has some knowledge of the mud situation. Have a 4X2 Tacoma with little experience in Mud.  

Our alternative would be the Easter Mojave Scenic area but it is not SV. Sigh....

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