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Pahrump to Austin, Round Trip

By Denis & Sandi Inman

The plan was to leave the house between 4:00 and 4:30 in order to catch some of the Perseid Meteor Shower as we drove North. That didn’t happen. When Mother Nature’s fireworks display had been over for at least an hour, we were finally on the road. Oh well, maybe we can leave on time Wednesday morning(?).

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Cave Mountain & Camel Peak

By Denis & Sandi Inman

On our final day of rides, we were down to Sandi & me, Gary & Nancy, Paul & Doris and Clark as the others had gone on to their next Summer destination. For our first run of the day, we headed South on Highway 93/50 to highway 486, turned East and aired down at the turnout for the dam just inside Cave Lake State Park. We drove past the ranger station and continued on National Forest Road 574 along Cave Creek.

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PV4W Ely Run – Day 3

By Denis & Sandi Inman

At the 9:00 AM Wednesday driver’s meeting, we were down one Jeep from the previous 2 days roll calls. Mike & Patti had to return to Pahrump, so 6 vehicles headed North on highway 93, through McGill to White Pine County Road 29. From the intersection, we drove East about 3 miles to National Forestry Road 427 where we stopped to air down before heading up the hill towards Kalamazoo Pass. When we had completed a short break at the summit, we began the descent to the South Fork Campground area for another stop.

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PV4W Ely Run – Day 1

By Denis & Sandi Inman

There was a good mixture of vehicles at the 9:00 AM Monday driver’s meeting. We had 4 Jeep Wranglers carrying Sandi & I, Gary & Nancy, Ed & Janet and Clark. Mike & Patti have a Jeep Gladiator, Paul & Doris were in their Jeep Grand Cherokee and expertly leading the group today were James & Helen in their Toyota 4Runner. Many thanks to them. Sandi was our guest photographer and I think she did a wonderful job giving us a different perspective.

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Nice Wednesday morning drive

By Denis & Sandi Inman

My friends Mike & Patti texted me (yes, I can text) that they were interested in going on a trail ride. I hadn’t been on a run for over a week, so I was up for one too. We met at the Maverick at 0600 and proceeded up the Wheeler Wash to near the junction of the gravel pit road and Wheeler Pass Road. After just barely climbing out of the wash, we dropped back in to take Wheeler-Wallace Connector Road up towards Wallace Canyon.

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