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The Apache Trail Part I

We got a lot of rain over the last week, so I decided to head out and do some desert camping, knowing there’d be water. We planned to head out onto the Apache Trail, and take it towards Roosevelt Lake, camping off one of the 4wd trails once the highway turned to dirt. The Apache Trail starts in Apache Junction, a…

Camping Hacks *Updated

I’m going to update this post with various camping hacks that I’ve discovered over the years as I remember them. Post up your own hacks if you’d like so we can all try them out. The first two were utilized this weekend. This is mostly a goofy post as these hacks are mostly just common sense solutions for anyone who…

The Hieroglyphics Trail 

Hiking through the rainy desert is my second most favorite activity. Give the desert the tiniest bit of water and it explodes. The contrasting colors that the desert emits during a rain offer truly spectacular views. Even more spectacular than the sights are the smells that permeate a rain soaked desert. As the rain…

Updates on Rockford

Update! We installed some H4 headlights and a nice little relay from user “Coolerman” to make the LED blinkers work. On Saturday we pulled the Aux tank and threw some pebbles and nuts into it and the wife and I shook it like crazy. I think the neighbors thought we were starting a horrible band of some sort. The pile…

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