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    Moab 2018

    The stoop location for 2018 is the Kokopelli Lodge,
    72 South 100 East, Moab Utah 84532,
    phone 435-259-7615,
    info@kokopellilodge.com
    http://kokopellilodge.com/kokopelli-lodge

    The Kokopelli Lodge only has 9 rooms, but in 2017 we only had about 6 rooms filled at the Apache so we should be good with 9 rooms in 2018.
    I have booked a room at the Kokopelli Lodge for Sat, May 12, 2018 through Sun, May 19, 2018.

    If the Kokopelli is booked up you can book a room across the street at the Rustic Inn,
    120 East 100 South, Moab, Utah 84532,
    Phone 435.259.6177
    office@moabrusticinn.com
    https://www.moabrusticinn.com/
    The rooms are a little more per night but are bigger than the Kokopelli rooms.

    Both the Kokopelli and Rustic are pet friendly so you can stay at either place if you bring a pet.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2q...ew?usp=sharing

    Last edited by CatFish : 06/06/2017 at 11:15 PM

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    Here is a list of places to stay in Moab some of us have already booked at the Kokopelli Lodge and Rustic Inn, but there are lots of options available for lodging depending on what you want to pay and where you want to be for the event.

    Kokopelli Lodge,
    72 South 100 East, Moab Utah 84532,
    435-259-7615,
    info@kokopellilodge.com
    http://kokopellilodge.com/kokopelli-lodge

    Rustic Inn,
    120 East 100 South, Moab, Utah 84532,
    435.259.6177
    office@moabrusticinn.com
    https://www.moabrusticinn.com

    The Virginian Motel
    70 E 200 S, Moab, UT 84532
    http://virginianmotelmoab.com/
    (435) 259-5951
    MoabVirginian@gmail.com

    The Apache Motel
    166 Fourth E St, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.apachemotelinmoab.com/
    (435) 259-5727
    apachemotel@frontiernet.net

    The Big Horn Lodge
    550 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    https://www.moabbighorn.com/
    (435) 259-6171

    Moab Valley Inn
    711 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.moabvalleyinn.com/
    (435) 259-4419

    Hotel Moab
    182 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.hotelmoabdowntown.com/
    (435) 259-7141

    The Gonzo Inn
    100 W 200 S, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.gonzoinn.com/
    (435) 259-2515

    Silver Sage Inn
    840 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.silversageinn.com/
    (435) 259-4420

    Creek Side Cottages
    61 E 200 S, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.creeksideatmoab.com/
    (435) 259-0086

    Quality Inn Suites
    800 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    https://www.choicehotels.com/utah/mo...46?source=gyxt
    (435) 259-5252

    Quality Inn Slick Rock
    1051 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    https://www.choicehotels.com/utah/mo...05?source=gyxt
    (435) 259-4655

    Laquinta Inn Moab
    815 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    http://www.laquintamoabut.com/
    (435) 259-8700

    Best Western
    105 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532
    bestwestern.com
    (435) 259-6151
    This Hotel has outrageous prices but if you want fancy and are rich you can stay here.

    Camping:
    https://highwaywestvacations.com/properties/canyonlands
    http://packcreekcampground.com/home/
    http://slickrockcampground.com/wp/
    http://www.sandflats.org/

    There are more hotels, motels and camping locations that I have not listed you can see what else is available if you look in Google maps and scout around for other places. https://www.google.com/maps/search/l.../data=!3m1!1e3

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    QUICK OVERVIEW: Trust us veterans!
    • 4Lo is the main thing you NEED, and only SOMETIMES.
    • Sliders are nice for protection, but not necessary.
    • Bigger tires, maybe 31s at least, are also nice, but not necessary.
    • A little lift or larger tires allow you to clear virtualy everything.
    • DON'T NEED a winch or rock bumpers. Always someone in group that has a winch if needed.
    • Many long timers are very used to helping 1st timers learn the ropes!
    • The first day trail is always an easier one for everyone (including stockers) to get acquainted with the terrain.
    • There’s always multiple lines to choose from to best suit your rig, and there’s ALWAYS a helpful spotter to guide you
    (Here I am first year, all stock! No lift, tires even a hair smaller than stock!!! With Billy Oiliver spotting me. ) (y)
    • Undercarriage scrapes are likely, but not fatal, espcially with skid plates. ALWAYS sound WAY worse than they are!
    • LOWER Front & Rear bumper scrapes occasionally, but usually can avoid.
    • Trailer hitch can take the brunt of rear scrapes.
    • Can bring your friendly dog, most motels allow. BUT NOT ALLOWED IN NATIONAL PARKS...only a few trails are in official NP. Doggie daycare is available in town. ALWAYS consider temps before leaving in car (never a good idea ever). Moab is usually hot!
    • Also note…you don’t have to stay the entire week. Many just stay 4 or 5 days and it’s still well worth it!!
    • AND REMEMBER, YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO CRAZY INSANE THINGS! Those familiar with the trails can advise you what they’re like and what your rig can do and you say what you don't want to do with it.
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    Remember that life is not measured in the breaths you take, but rather in the moments that take your breath away.

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    Not sure what I'll be doing that far out, but as long as I am not moving again (military) I will do my best to make it.
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    I want to attend this next year. Hopefully I will see y'all there!

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    I hope you can make it!

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    Ok, So I will NOT be moving durring this time. I will plan to be there. However, before I do, I still need to do some shorter test runs on the VX before I drive it 1550 miles, then take it off road in Moab, then another 1550 miles back. I am thiniking around the middle of January I will know for sure. As long the VX holds up, I will be there.

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    I hope your test runs go good and the VX is up to the drive and trails in Moab.

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    So do I

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