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events in Tucson
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Posted 09 June 2005 - 01:36 PM
Mt. Lemmon, good scenery plenty of twisty mountain road.. good bar-b-que spots.. not much off roading except the trail that goes down the back of the mountain to Oracle... Expect a "half-day" drive.. nothing a stock 98 Legacy GT doesn't mind going through.. take it slow and you might not scrape it up too bad I think there is a $5 a day fee if you plan on stopping *anywhere* besides summerhaven or ski valley ( http://www.mt-lemmon.com/ ) ;
Reddington Pass, "Twisting Mountain Unpaved Road" is the best way to describe it.. Plenty of Bar-b-que spots, shooting spots, if you like shooting your gun.. Plenty of *off-road* Very few trails you'd want to take your stock rig on.. (Huh, Ryker?) No fees here.. except maybe littering if they catch you not picking up your shells or targets
Arivaca Lake.. It's about 60-70 miles SW of Tucson... but it's a good free place to have a good size camp out.. fishing for those who take pleasure.. Large Mouth Bass, Catfish, Blue Gill, Etc... Don't eat them though.. we got mercury.. wouldn't hurt to have a license.. fish and game do show up out there once in a while. It's near some very nice trails of varying difficulty.. for the off-roaders in the group.. and it's a very nice curvy drive in for any "street" type! I've driven an Impreza with a 1-1.5" drop to the lake before.. so getting to the lake is not a problem.. but is a few miles of dirt. I'm sure you could shoot your guns out there also.. just be responsible and be CAREFUL about ricocheting(sp?) your bullets and that kind of thing. Plenty of camping spots if you want to have a nice camp fire and stay the night by a lake.. Bring your row boat or canoe! Best view of the stars you'll find without going to the top of a mountain. Only drawback is when you leave you stand a good chance of being stopped by a U.S. Border Patrol agent so he can make sure you don't have any drugs or illegal immigrants in your vehicle.
**Make sure your guns are legal, and please be responsible. If you choose to bring them.
It's probably kinda of apparent that my place of choice is Arivaca Lake. Especially for a "Wild West Subaru Jamboree!" (Bring your instruments too!) I really think it's worth the drive down there.. Especially if you want to camp out. There's a 99% chance that NO ONE would bug us out there.. so bring your brew.. or there is a Mercantile 7 miles from the lake.. if you don't mind the BFE price increase of an extra $1 for *anything* (stuff under $2 is only jacked up $.30-$.50) Arivaca is the closest thing to the wild west you'll see in Arizona.. except maybe Old Tucson Studios or Tombstone if you want the "story-book" version of the Wild West.
Anyway. Any other opinions or ideas where to go?
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Hey, is Freddy Strokes still on the air?
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Posted 26 June 2005 - 08:55 PM
definately would like to go where there is some decent washes or obstacles to play on. hopefully i'll see you guys soon enough. i know i'm supposed to be in sierra vista on the 9th of july. not sure if i'll be in the subaru or the bike.
Posted 26 June 2005 - 09:29 PM
since Austin left this a.m. for mpls and didn't need my help tailing him...my son and i are heading south july 2nd...down I-5 .....and since LA is having those figging earthquakes were hanging a left and going to the phoenix area..catch a couple rattlesnake games..err diamond back games sorry....oh well what ever:lol:
anyway.....i'll be drivin the H2...(my 93 legacy wagon..). would like give ya'll big seattle Howdy while were down there...then will head back to WCSS7 a few days from then.....
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