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About Double G

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  • Birthday 11/08/1960

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  • Location
    Mesa, AZ, USA

Previous Fields

  • Campsite
    Ogilby and Buttercup
  • Your Ride
    2008 Tazcar, 2.2 Ecotec; Suzuki LTR450
  1. OMG that was so much fun! I hate having to sell the Taz but hey at least I know someone will have a BLAST with it. /gg
  2. What if you are going to just walk around to see the sand? At Buttercup they make you park at the Ranger Station & walk over.
  3. If I recall correctly, a HUGE chunk of the 950k is for trash services. Could be way less if everyone took their trash home. I think the 899k for fee management goes to the vendor. Not sure how much if any the BLM uses.
  4. True --- however the station may not be manned full time. Best to call 911 or BLM Ranger Dispatch (800) 637-9152 to get someone on duty. Other numbers Emergency Medical Services Pioneers Memorial Hospital (760) 351-3333 El Centro Regional Medical Center (760) 339-7100 Yuma Regional Medical Center (928) 344-2000 Desert Regional Medical Center (760) 323-6511 Bureau of Land Management Cahuilla and Buttercup Ranger Station Hours: Friday and Saturday: 10:00am - 6:30pm; Sunday: 8:00am - 4:30pm Cahuilla Ranger Station (760) 344-3919 Buttercup Ranger Station (Contact Cahuilla Ranger Station) El Centro Field Office (760) 337-4400 Imperial County Jail and Sherrif’s Office Sheriff’s Office (760) 339-6311 Jail, Prisoner Information (760) 339-6367 ICSO OHV Enforcement Team (760) 351-1678 California Highway Patrol El Centro Dispatch Center (760) 482-2500 Local Road Conditions (760) 482-2555 Border Patrol (800) 901-2003 See http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/elcentro/re...ohvs/isdra.html Cahuilla and Buttercup Ranger Station Hours: Friday and Saturday: 10:00am - 6:30pm; Sunday: 8:00am - 4:30pm EDIT: Added Interagency Communications Center: 909 383 5652 http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/cdd/Federal...ionsCenter.html This works for all Federal agencies across all of So Cal
  5. Maybe our shift scheduling experts can comment, but just say there are 10 on per 8hr shift that's 30 minimum...and 10 on duty at a time across the entire dunes is more than normal but still only 2 or less at each major area - vendors, Gecko, Gordon's, Buttercup, Dune Vista, Ogilby and the Washes. 15 at 12hr shifts still is 30.
  6. Sorry to necro this thread, but I sure like my Taz. Yeah, torches belts but it's all because of OnAnySunday driving too damn fast.... Here's more video shot over T-Weekend chasing a Funco http://youtu.be/YxSQEm_baeY
  7. My younger son went last year and had a blast. Got to see all kinds of neat stuff and I think it was worth it to help him grow up a little and see DC along the way
  8. We still have the death penalty. He'll probably get the needle. Good riddance.
  9. I am simply amazed that the Supreme Lawyer of the Realm gets his legal briefs and interpretations from news media and politicians (and media seekers). One would think he would have been better prepared to appear in front of Congress. Shows how little regard the administration has for representatives of The People.
  10. Double G


    Yes I have that. It's really cool, you can also connect it to your Pandora and Amazon accounts. Pretty amazing to get HD streaming movies on the plasma screen TV in surround sound. I just bought a new Blu-Ray player that has all that in it via Wi-Fi, so will pull the Roku to another room.
  11. I am really amazed at the stuff people repeat from the people who have an agenda and are slanting the truth their way. Read the law for yourself, it's only 8 pages of plain language. No you don't need a passport to live here. If you are part of a "lawful contact", and you don't provide some answers like a valid ID, home address, SSN, or some other thing, then you trigger "resonable suspicion" and a deeper check is made. Like King Glamis said, there are databases they can check if you for some dumb reason aren't carrying an ID -- which in most states is a requirement for adults anyway. Not any different than when you drive from Yuma to Gila Bend and pass the US Border Patrol checkpoint on I-8. In that case they ask a few questions to trigger 'reasonable suspicion' and go from there. I see cars pulled over to the side all the time for deeper checks. Nobody complains about that.
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  13. I've towed my 2000 Tahoe behind the MH. There are steps outlined in the owner's manual on how to put the transfer case in Neutral and pulling a fuse so the battery doesn't croak (you have to turn the key on to unlock the steering wheel). I also had automatic brakes installed on the Tahoe - http://www.smibrake.com/ the Stay-in-Play system. Works good. I'd have to pull the manual for my F150 to be sure, but I think there is a way to put the transfer case in Neutral on that one too.
  14. Welding torch.... ...no, plasma cutter!

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