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Dune Cruzer

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About Dune Cruzer

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  • Sand Toys
    '06 Silverado CC/LB 4X4 LBZ DMAX
    '07 Attitude 33' 5th wheel Toyhauler
    '06 LT-R450 - sold
    '07 LTZ 400 - sold
    '19 Can Am X3 Max XRS
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  1. Looks like it's facing the camp area, with the finger dunes in the background.
  2. Yeah, I was wondering why its been so quiet here. Everyone's out hoarding.
  3. until

    Yay! Halloween actually falls on a weekend this year!
  4. Yeah, this topic has been brought up before. It's about educating people on proper dune etiquette. Too many people think just because you're off the beaten path, it's a free for all. No consideration for others.
  5. Wow, Dumont was a "hot spot"...literally! Got out there Monday 10/21 to a cool 88*. Nice to see so many people back at it, but "watch out for that guy" everywhere you go. Whoever erected the swingset...beautiful job! It was another point of interest to check out. Comp was busy Thurs, Fri, and Sat night especially. Lots of people in costume, and lots of rides decorated. Sunday, the mass exodus was insane. Took 3 1/2hrs to get from camp to the pay station! Total cluster. W blew all day. Garbage everywhere. Dumont needs a little TLC..
  6. Sandemon, can you clarify the date for the public meeting after the clean-up please? You wrote the year 2000, and wondering if it's supposed to be 2020?
  7. You will be required to show your pass on your way out, unless you fly by the wee hours of the morning, when there's no BLM officials at the entrance/exit.
  8. That's some pretty sketchy tie-down technique...
  9. If you want to camp on the backside of the dunes, head north on 95, pass Valley View on your left (you have to look off in the distance for the green street sign), then you'll see the BLM's "Big Dunes" sign. About a mile or so north is where you'll make the left. It's a nice(r) graded gravel road in. Drive in about 3-4 miles in, and you'll see a wooden fence post structure...make a left there, and you'll have no problem finding a decent-ish camp spot. If you want to camp on the front side, make the left on Valley View, and go about 2 miles or so. You should see a dirt road on your right heading into the dune area. Forget that one, and continue on VV for about another 1/2 mile or so, and make a right at the next dirt road access. Wind your way in, and find your special place. It's not that bad, it's just really silty in some spots. You shouldn't get stuck, unless you want to. Good luck.
  10. Gonna be a long 5+ months...
  11. You've got to be kidding! Someone stole it? Why can't people leave stuff alone?
  12. Ahhh, you didn't say you were looking for diesel. I thought you wanted to put fuel in the hauler. I usually top off the diesel elsewhere, before hooking up the hauler.
  13. There aren't many, if any, gas stations in the NW that I'd take a chance pulling into with a toy hauler. If you head out to Dumont using 95N, you can use the Snow Mountain Smoke Shop gas station on the Paiute Indian Reservation. Easy in and out, plus they have propane.
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