Wow you were paying attention Dylan. You get a gold star for today. :) I m booked for Jan and Feb now and I think Walter said he was too. The second weekendMessage 1 of 36 , Jan 2, 2005View SourceWow you were paying attention Dylan. You get a gold star for
I'm booked for Jan and Feb now and I think Walter said he was too.
The second weekend of March looks fine so far.
Ironwood National whatever it was sound interesting. I've never been
there and as long as the trees will hold my big but then I'm fine
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> OK, well here is what I have noted so far. I, my
> friend Cody, and Jamie are all in the Phoenix metro
> area. Adrnlnjnky, I don't know where in AZ you are,
> and Walter is from Tucson right? (sorry if I missed
I m in for both places as well and any kind of camping set up is fine with me. I m trying to summit the 20 highest peaks (with trails) in AZ so if we doMessage 36 of 36 , Jan 2, 2005View SourceI'm in for both places as well and any kind of camping set up is fine
with me. I'm trying to summit the 20 highest peaks (with trails) in
AZ so if we do something around the Santa Catalinas my vote is for
something a little higher up with a day hike to the MT. Lemmon summit
and if we go to the Santa Ritas I'd like to hit Mt. Wrightson. But
if you guys aren't up for any of those trails then I'm fine kicking
back at a car campsite too and just enjoying the breeze.
jamie in az
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, wpick87506@a... wrote:
> Hi All
> The weekends listed are good for me. Although I wonder what the
> would be like in Feb. As to location, I would like to suggest the
> Mountains south of Tucson, i.e. Maderia Canyon. Or the Sabino
Canyon basin in the
> Question: will this be camp-out-of-the-back-of-the-truck or a hike-
> base camp?I'm up for both.