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cabdog


Apr 20, 2006, 11:29 AM
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Looking for some info on Joe's valley, Utah.
What are some classics in the V4-V6 range?
Is there anything around to do on rest days?
Also, is there a grocery store in the area?

Any info much appreciated! :D


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anyone? :D


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There is a grocery store about 10 minutes away from the camping, in orangeville.

There's not really that much to do around there on rest days that I've found, except maybe climb easier stuff :D You could hike around I guess, or drive into price and watch a movie.

For classics, Maxipad is a great 6, dem bones and sling blade are pretty good, at 3 and 4, and I've never been on pimpin jeans, but I hear that's a great V4. There's TONS of killer problems in joes, just go out there and screw around and climb up some rocks... you'll figure it out.

When are you going?

Steve


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Thanks sevrdhed!!!!

I'm leaving tomorrow morning and will be there for 4 days.

Great info!


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the museum in Price, (can't remeber the name but it affliated with the State of Utah University system) is a good rest day option
They have some really cool fossils/skeletons and indian artifacts, well worth the visit

have fun out there, I just turned down a last minute invite to go this weekend


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