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About mr. cob

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  • Birthday 03/24/1948

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    WA State USA
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    Motorcycles of all types, travel where ever and when ever I can, trucks, Jeeps. living my life as well as I can in honor of those many Brothers in Arms lost a long time ago in a far off land.

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  1. mr. cob

    These Ain't No Holiday Lights

    Howdy Randy I like your setup nicely done Dave
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    Joined ranks of hdt owners. . .

    Howdy Exile, It's good to see another Pete, on the forum, 4.88:1 gears, I don't think you will have any problems towing whatever it is you want and then some. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy Dan, I have spent a lot of time in Moab, we have an annual Ural event the last week of April each year, we mostly stay at the Arch View RV Park. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy Dan, That event sounds like a good time. Donna's working until December 31st, then she retires, finally. So it will take us some time ot get used to and plan for this new lifestyle attending an event at that time of years just won't work this year but it is something to seriously consider in the future. Dave
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    Veterans Day

    Remembering all who served not only today but everyday, thank you.
  6. Howdy Al, I really like these storage boxes, very well built, great over all quality and the price is right, I would buy them again with no hesitation. Dave
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    2018 HDT Rally Photos

    Howdy Mark, Thanks for the photos, I have not been able to find a photo of the group taken from the top of the stadium, do you have one, do you know how to get one? Dave
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    Burrrrrrrrrrrr

    Howdy DT, Well it’s RAINING here, head south I am thinking but can’t do it till Donna retires, counting the days............... Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy All, I have made a reservation at Quail Run RV Park, thanks again to all who replied to my thread. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy 2Gypsies, Thanks for your reply, I just found the camp ground at Brenda, and have called an left a message at Quail Run, so I am on the hunt. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy Bob, Well if you and cactus say its worth checking out, I'll darn sure do it. Thanks. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy cactus, Thanks, I'll check out that RV Park. My XRC is plated for Washington State, I carry full coverage insurance on it just in case, just 10 days ago I was driving it on some SUPER trails just north of Payson AZ, man I wish I was still there instead of here in the RAIN. "Silly Al's" sounds like a place to check out. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy Rocky, GREAT, thanks. I swear the folks on this web site are the most helpful I have ever come across. Dave
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    Any recommended RV parks in or near Quartzite.

    Howdy Rick, Thanks for the information, I'll look into it. I suppose I should get around to looking into Escapees membership at that same time. Dave
  15. Howdy All, Now that Donna is finally going to retire the end of this coming December, we would like to escape from the Nor-Wet gloom for a bit. I have driven through Quartzite but never stopped there, we would like to go to Quartzite from end of January till probably around the 3rd week of February so looking to stay someplace for a month. I would like to do the boondock thing, however I want this to be a fun experience for Donna so I figured its best to do the RV park thing the first time down there where we don't have to worry about power, water, etc, just go to a RV park use that as a base camp and explore from there. So if you folks have any recommendations of a decent place to stay at a semi-reasonable price that can accommodate rigs such as our, 72 feet long I sure would appriciate any suggestions you have. Thanks. Soon to be, Dave, Donna and Newt
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