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Svengoolie

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About Svengoolie

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    Dune Shredder
  • Birthday 10/28/1963

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  • Name
    Chris
  • Sand Toys
    Can Am Maverick Sport 1000, X-3, Jeep, Thor Outlaw RV
  • Location
    Nevada
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Public Works, heavy equipment operator.
  • Hobbies
    Motorsports. camping, the desert, metalworking, dunes, voting out crappy politicians.

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  1. How about the Rebel in Hesperia? 17671 Eucalyptus? Ethanol free 98 and 110. (760) 515- 6926
  2. If you have friends in Vegas, Rebel station, 1900 W Sahara. 110 octane, ethanol free. They could bring you some?
  3. Hey John. We camp next to the ranger station. Rangers never bother us and people tend to behave near them! My kids are older but there are two others with kids in our camp. One boy is the same age with a Kawasaki 90. It's easy to find. On the edge, just to the left (west) of the ranger station. We also get to watch the helicopter (we're nosy!) It's more of a family camp than a stay up all night party camp (although I stay up all night at other camps!) We are a laid back and friendly no "drama" camp. We all have some drinks but not to the point of being stupid. No drugs, we're family friendly. We have an Outlaw toyhauler RV towing a 26' black enclosed trailer, another toyhauler RV towing a white 24' enclosed trailer. Another RV towing a trailer with a turbo Subaru rail, A white F250 towing a 24' toyhauler. A class C towing a 26' black enclosed trailer ect. We'll be there Wed afternoon. Just show up or call or text (702) 481-3938 I don't always answer during the day, I'm a night worker.
  4. Yeah, the fireworks are definitely a big hazard. (eye roll) More nanny state intrusion into our lives. More people die and are maimed in the bathtub. Maybe bathing should require safety harnesses and cameras for enforcement. How many people are killed or hurt skiing? BAN NOW! Man, the amount of Dune prep. Unreal. Just ordered two 12 volt electric blankets for me & the wife to stay cozy warm on our night rides. If anyone finds us fried, please bury us on the hill. Thanks in advance.
  5. Mother Nature was quite busy at the dunes this summer.
  6. It does. I have a motorhome. Even on a smooth road it sounds like it's coming apart. Dishes, the stove and who knows what else rattles and squeaks! The way the road is now, I have no doubt it would leave a trail of parts... If you're behind a motorhome and wonder why they are going so slow on the Dumont road, it's because it feels like it's going to break. Hahaha!
  7. Do they reveal how many passes sold and use the money from passes for a Dumont budget exclusively or does the money go into the general BLM fund to be used how ever?
  8. Looks good to me! Now then, where is Suzuki? Did they give up on off road?
  9. I was there a couple weeks ago. There was dunes where there didn't used to be. They changed quite a bit this summer. I was surprised to find a small dune where pickups often get stuck on the way to comp hill. The dune where we hang out at the North Pole completely reversed itself. They'll be fine once we get used to them.
  10. It is October 26-27 weekend, the weekend before Halloween.
  11. Here we are, about a month to go. It was a long, hot summer. The dunes never took a break, the "W" did it's job transforming the sand into new shapes, just for us! Oil has been changed, belts checked, fittings greased. Are you ready?
  12. I also disabled my adblocker even though there isn't a lot of ads. Thanks for keeping her going.
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