Sounds good! Haven't been out to the rock yet but there's some places along the planned route that I am familiar with that we could totally cache water at. I'm for the idea.te-wa wrote:Rob, i am still committed... i will be hiking with my li'l backpacking buddy, my son Wes. he's just turning 8, has a new overnight pack, and would love to explore the artifacts and landscape.
does anyone plan on doing a water cache?
I hated to do it, but I had to. I am really not supposed to ask for time off during the tour season. Truth be told, Rob, I've been invited on a four-day Diamond Down in mid-October with Tom Martin and Helen Howard, and they are rowing their replica dories, the Gem and the Susie Too. I had to choose one or the other trip, and the boss wasn't going to go for both. Anyway, I'm sorry but I know you will understand.Rob del Desierto wrote:@azbackpackr
Let me know. It'd be good to have you along but I understand how work does stuff like make you be there to earn your paycheck. Pshaw!
I am willing to bet Rob won't go for that. I remember him commenting on it a few years ago. He's stayed there before...Randal Schulhauser wrote:I will drive up to Holbrook the Friday 9/26 evening for our Saturday PEFO rendezvous. I potentially have space for a rider (or 2) in my F-150...
Any thoughts on Friday overnighter in Holbrook? I'm thinking the Wigwam Motel along Route 66 => http://sleepinawigwam.com/ only for the "eclectic kische" effect but certainly open to other suggestions.
azbackpackr wrote:Rob, I stand corrected. Another HAZzer, it must have been. But it's sold out??? Well, wish I could go.
Sounds like your going to have a fun party all the way up!Randal Schulhauser wrote:Looks like my F-150 will be pulling out of PHX sometime between 2pm and 3pm on Friday with Rob del Desierto, trekkin gecko and tibber as riders.