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Anyone going out for the long weekend? Where?

With the nice weather we are expecting 70-80 this weekend we will be going out to Glamis for the first time.Never been out that way so hope its all its cracked up to be.

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Anyone going out for the long weekend? Where?

With the nice weather we are expecting 70-80 this weekend we will be going out to Glamis for the first time.Never been out that way so hope its all its cracked up to be.

Never been there either but looking on google earth, it looks about 15 miles wide and 40 miles long. If that's what it is, it's huge. better bring a GPS. I'll bet you could get real lost in that big of a sand dune area.

Lenny

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Use to be GREAT! I started going in the early 70's with my dune buggys. Now too many people. Be careful, people run into each other out there & get big time hurt.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Use to be GREAT! I started going in the early 70's with my dune buggys. Now too many people. Be careful, people run into each other out there & get big time hurt.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

Yea I have heard that also.We are actually going a little north of that at a campground that has access to the trails.Supposed to be hundreds of miles of em and one is supposed to go all the way to the colorado river.Just going to go on the trails and head down to the dunes for a half day ride to check it out.Like you said too many people.

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Used to there with my boys and their friends, and jump in the canal to cool and clean off, I guess that's a ticketable offense now, but it was hoot back 15 years ago.

Kinarfi

oh yea, I had a 390 OR Husky back then and most my faculties, physical ones any ways.

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Yea I have heard that also.We are actually going a little north of that at a campground that has access to the trails.Supposed to be hundreds of miles of em and one is supposed to go all the way to the colorado river.Just going to go on the trails and head down to the dunes for a half day ride to check it out.Like you said too many people.

Well got here friday night and it took 2 hours longer than expected due to traffic of course(california madness).Went out yesterday 95 mile trip and saw many great sites and have taken some good videos as well as pics. Leftearly this morning and another long ride but only 60 miles.Plan on coming back cause we still did not make it down to to the dunes.Hope all of you had a great weekend.

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