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Hey what's up guys! Me and the brothers are new to this hobby and community. We enjoy our side by side very much.  So much that we don't even care about the heat LOL. this is going to be our first time spending a weekend in the dunes. At the same time we will be with family. We have a couple of friends and family that are joining for the weekend. it seems like everyone is staying home this weekend but whoever makes it out to dumont this weekend say what's up!! Alright  well take care and hopefully we see you this weekend 🤙

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Do your friends or family have experience riding in the dunes? It's a dangerous time to go out there. The dunes are sharp and drop off on the one side, witches eyes are everywhere. There's probably no medical, and you already mentioned the heat. Go have fun but keep your head on straight. All to often lately people jump into SXS's with little experience and go launch off a razorback.

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Welcome to the site. Have fun and be careful out there!

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Looks like you will be lucky and catch some May grey. As mentioned be careful, there will prob be some soft spots and it's inherently harder to see this time of year due to less shadows being casted.  

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Bring an ez-up, if it gets hot in the middle of the day take a trip over to the wash, set some chairs up in the water and enjoy a cold one. :beerpint:

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Spent a few days enjoying the water but then apparently a ranger came over and told the group after us it was sacred and kicked them out rather rudely.

 

We encountered a ranger while we were in the river but I was picking up garbage so maybe that's why he was so cool.

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8 hours ago, Sandwichmaker said:

Spent a few days enjoying the water but then apparently a ranger came over and told the group after us it was sacred and kicked them out rather rudely.

 

We encountered a ranger while we were in the river but I was picking up garbage so maybe that's why he was so cool.

WTF? Sacred water? And he was serious...and they believed him? A BLM ranger did this?  

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Apparently! I believe he was a BLM ranger.  I'll try to dig up the Facebook post or message where she told me about it.

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On 5/22/2020 at 7:40 AM, dunefreak said:

WTF? Sacred water? And he was serious...and they believed him? A BLM ranger did this?  

LOL, you can drive through it with road grit, oil, grease, tires but you cant put you feet in it? Actually, sounds about right these days... 

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