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Old 10-30-2013, 08:10 PM   #21
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Not too shabby in August either!
So, did you pull the 19 up the Moki Dugway? (Last photo)
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:42 PM   #22
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Hi Jon. We came in from Glen Canyon and I sure was tempted but we took the long way thru Bluff. It turned out to be an amazing drive if one likes rocks and geology. Thanks for your advice. We came back a couple days later from Gouldings and drove the Dugway for old times. Must have been graded because the washboarding wasn't too bad.

I passed a very long motorhome hauling a tow vehicle heading up the hill. Checked headlines the next day and he must have made it (or they haven't found him down the side yet!).
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I passed a very long motorhome hauling a tow vehicle heading up the hill. Checked headlines the next day and he must have made it (or they haven't found him down the side yet!).
I wouldn't worry about them. Motorhomes are built with commercial truck components, and the biggest are 25-ton vehicles with multi-hundred-horsepower engines and multi-ton towing capacity (essentially the same as the buses Greyhound uses)... not fast up the grade but built to work!
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