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post #1 of 8 Old 04-14-2009, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Flagstaff and Sedona last weekend





I am glad I have Lifetime Warranty.
1 1/2 weeks and 1200 miles. We have gone out every weekend.

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post #2 of 8 Old 04-14-2009, 07:55 PM
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Cool pics - love red rock county, frigging beautiful. Was out there 3 years ago and turned a blue Nissan Murano red from driving in the rocks. The rental car guy did not look happy when I returned the thing but hey it was a rental.

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Wow. What is all that white stuff on the ground and why isnt the ground flat?

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Man I need to get really really far west of here, those are some great pics.
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Looks like a good time. Beautiful area. We were out that way in '03 in late spring (unfortunately pre-Jeep days) and did a whirlwind ten-day tour of Arizona and a little New Mexico.

I couldn't believe the changes in scenery as we drove south from the Petrified Forest toward Tucson/ Red Rock, then back north to the Grand Canyon. We spent a little time in Sedona. I'll have to dig out the pictures an reminisce a little tonight.

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That looks like Schnebly Hill road? That is a fun road during the summer also.
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I was just up there too a few weeks ago AFTER the snow melted. Had a great time on the trails up there. If you ever hear of any Arizona Jeep groups going out, please message me. I am looking to find a cool group to go out with.

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Looks like a great time with some beautiful scenery...

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