I'm planning another 4 day 3 night camping adventure starting February 16 (Friday morning) and ending February 19th (Monday night). The route will be Mojave Road. Used by Indians to transport goods from the southwest to trade with the Chumash and other coatal tribes, this route later served the cause of westward expansion. Military forts were established along the route to protect key water sources and provide assistance for travelers. Today it is a popular four-wheel drive road. Similar to the past two years, the idea is to hit dirt on Friday and not return to pavement until Monday (except maybe fuel stop or passage between destinations. This will be mostly stocker friendly and depending on weather a wide open spaces run. This is one week away, packing and preparation should be in full swing. If waking up miles away from civilization and the camaraderie of camp fire tales is your thing then this might be for you. So this is our approximate group size. We are 15 trucks and approximately 20 people. Confirmed as of 2/15 Saddletramp - Steve Abigail solo and ready for tamales Cruddz - Alvis riding with Julee Morsel - Julee D_Web - Ben and Jason Stepmurr - Steve Verruckt1 - Pete Longduck - Thomas Highway romping +2 Chris and friend 1 and friend 2 Otter = Richard Mattman 1 or 2 - Matt and Brother Jim RCToyota 2 - Jason and Cleo Wmnterror 1 - Matt Dimples 1 or 3 - Ron, Liz and Reidon Please let me know if I've missed anyone. Maybes pending work approval or other Regrets Brice's 123 Garrissey. Chrismanjs Scotty-dog I'm suggesting we meet at noon Friday at the Maverick gas station in Bullhead city (2612 Desert Foothills Blvd) to fill up and begin our journey. Gas is cheap here and the reports are clean restrooms as well. Depart the gas station at 12:30 and head to our starting point at the Colorado river on the Nevada side.