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Kinarfi has a bit to go in getting his engine ready for our trail exploritory trip to south of Hanksville, UT. I'm ready but not as ready as I wanted to be because of loosing a few days do to my injury. Feeling OK now, thanks everyone. The weather south of Hanksville is running from the low 30s to the low 50s and we really were hoping for about 10 degrees warmer. Trail selection date was set to be April 1st. Would everyone be OK with setting this date forward say to April 18th. I do think that April 1st should be kept as a standard selection date each year unless an reason comes up for an exception. My current feeling is either south of Hanksville or Moab. Being that they are both fairly close to each other, those planning on coming from farther away should be able to plan for either one without changing their iterary. What do you think?

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Kinarfi has a bit to go in getting his engine ready for our trail exploritory trip to south of Hanksville, UT. I'm ready but not as ready as I wanted to be because of loosing a few days do to my injury. Feeling OK now, thanks everyone. The weather south of Hanksville is running from the low 30s to the low 50s and we really were hoping for about 10 degrees warmer. Trail selection date was set to be April 1st. Would everyone be OK with setting this date forward say to April 18th. I do think that April 1st should be kept as a standard selection date each year unless an reason comes up for an exception. My current feeling is either south of Hanksville or Moab. Being that they are both fairly close to each other, those planning on coming from farther away should be able to plan for either one without changing their iterary. What do you think?

Lenny

Okay by me.We appreciate you guys taking the time to do this.Just hope the dates in June dont change.

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