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    Hello! This is my first attempt at a review, which I am told I must do in order to be a member of this elite 4x4 group A friend and me did a road trip to Prescott, AZ and along the way we stopped at Gemini Bridges. PathRat referred me to this trail, she said it was moderately easy. Since we were alone out there we didn't make it through the whole trail but the scenery was amazing! There are many very cool rock formations and twisty turny roads with drop offs of at least 100 ft. It was enough to make my friend unbuckle her seat belt so she could jump if we went over the side! haha.. good times... I am definitely looking forward to going on a stock run with some of the other newbies here and learning how to use my jeep. I hope this was acceptable for my first review, if not, let me know what I need to do differently. Have a lovely week everyone!

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    The only thing you need to add to that is..

    PICS PICS PICS

    Hope to see some soon, good report.

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    Pics attached! Thanks for the reminder

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    looks beautiful, but wheres the Jeep at? Was it under one of the rocks.

    Throw one up witht the jeep in it for good measure.
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    Looks nice, good first!
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    So whatch do in Prescott?

    That makes me a lil home sick, I moved here 6 months ago after living in Prescott for 6 years. We loved it there.

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    Is Prescott by Jerome?
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    Yes very close, maybe 30 miles. Have you been to Jerome?

    We would go to Jerome very often, nice little town. Haunted hamburger has a nice menu, and it's all good too. If you ever go be sure to visit it.

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    Yes, we happened across Jerome 4 or 5 years ago. Cool little town, we plan on visiting again pretty soon. We're trying to plan our road trip and will put Haunted Hanburger on the list.
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    Gorgeous pics

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    You have to roooooooll your rig to be a member of the elite 4x4 group :lol: j/k.... Cool pics

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    Yes, it is a must... also eat upstairs, the view best up there...

    So I got to ask, how the hell did you happen upon Jerome? I mean it is sorta not near a freeway or other bigger towns, it's not exactly a town I would think someone just passed by on accident? lol

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    Sorry for the hijack Kepi, but this is evidence of how undisciplined we are. :tsk:

    We found Jerome the way we find most places, the same technique we use on the trails. "I wonder where this goes?" and "Right or left?" are our navigation tools.

    "Not all who wander are lost"

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    Yup Sorry Kepi... But it is sorta related, Kepi, what did you do there?

    Chris, last question... where did you begin? Where you offroading? If you were driving on road, did you go up from the Cottonwood (north) side, or the South side?

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    Road driving and I have no idea where we were coming from or going to. :lol:
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    Chris previously posted:
    "Road driving and I have no idea where we were coming from or going to. :lol:"

    Should be getting used to this by now. What do they say....'as you get older you can meet the same new friends and run the same new trails everyday'

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    Great pics, sounds like you had fun!

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    Kepi previously posted:
    "Hello! This is my first attempt at a review, which I am told I must do in order to be a member of this elite 4x4 group I am definitely looking forward to going on a stock run with some of the other newbies here and learning how to use my jeep. I hope this was acceptable for my first review, if not, let me know what I need to do differently. Have a lovely week everyone!

    Deb
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    Elite? Elite? Who you been talking to?

    Nice write up! Hope to see you on a trail soon. Any run you go on, there will be someone there to show you the ropes. If you have questions about any of the trails and either you or your rig's ability to run them, please post them up. You will get your questions answered....

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    Gemini is a fun trail. We did it in our Outback last year together with Longs Canyon, kinda like our first intro to offroad too We were there during the Easter Jeep Safari, so you can imagine the looks we were getting
    Welcome to the forum!

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    AboveNBeyond previously posted:
    "So whatch do in Prescott?

    That makes me a lil home sick, I moved here 6 months ago after living in Prescott for 6 years. We loved it there."


    My brother lives there and he is a tattoo artist so of course, I went to visit and get a new tattoo Jerome is one of my favorite places to go there, very cool artsy place....

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