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Land Rover USA has responded to my Instagram and used a few photos. I am "Finlayforprez" on Instagram.
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maybe we can open some more dialogue with them about some sponsoring for such a big trip?


Tweet them back about this future 2015 big trip; and say wouldn't it be great to see the brand new Discovery on our Oregon Back Country Discovery Trail; link the map above.

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Tell them, "wouldn't it be great to document the heritage of LR by having not one, not two, but 3 (and possibly 4)* CT110's trekking through the woods with a new Disco5, Disco sport, etc?"

*nudge to Ron to get the dust off his CT and i'm sure I could convince Shayne and Bill to join if LR USA will be there.

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You got it Jared; between me, you and Rupert, I am sure will get the planning underway! And anyone else who wants to help.


Ron include me too if you need any help in planning. Rookie but can learn fast :).

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And make an instagram and a vine account hahaha. Let just go big on all social media!




We have an Instagram acct. :-)

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We have an Instagram acct. :-)

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Well...if you guys want I can manage the accounts? Put that good ole marketing communications degree I'll be earning next spring to some use. Maybe it'll look good on my résumé haha. Ulises R - NCLR Director of Social Media... I like the ring of it.


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Hey Ron -- what time of the year were you thinking about doing the Oregon Discovery Trail?

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I'd say we're looking at June/July? Depends on snow levels.

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Last day of school for my boys is on June 5, 2015, and both boys start summer camp July 12.

So yeah I am thinking mid to late June, or early July.

What dates are good for folks interested (Jared/Erin, Don/Michele, Ruppert, Anudeep and others)?

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To me if everyone is ok the July 4th weekend as we can get 4th Friday a holiday

Ron - How many days is needed for this trip?

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I usually work 4th of July for the fireworks, but as long as we nail things down early I can probably keep the schedule clear.

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I can arrange my schedule how I want so almost any days are good for me. My son's B day is June 15th so would like to be home that day.

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To me if everyone is ok the July 4th weekend as we can get 4th Friday a holiday

Ron - How many days is needed for this trip?


I think 5 days s/b good; more details to follow.

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I kind of like the idea of 4th of July week.

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For me taking time off the first week of the month is tough. Mid-month would work best for me. Last time we went to Oregon, it was in June and by the time most of the snow has melted and there was lost of vegetation. The later we go the drier the trails will be and that means lots more dust. It will be nice to hit some trails where there still snow on the trail.

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Given the choice I'd prefer June as well. As I said, I usually work 4th of July. But I know most people have holidays off and would prefer to plan over a holiday weekend.

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Mid-June sounds good.

1st time I went; was late July to early Aug; very dusty; like following a dust ball on most trails.

Ditto on June; 2nd time I went; some snow at higher elev and low dust on most trails. We need to have a chainsaw on the check list; if the rangers have not made gone thru the trails, we may need to clear any downed trees on the trail like last time.

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Chainsaw. Check. Heck, maybe I'll even upgrade my old Poulan to a spiff new Stihl.

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I would vote for mid June as well


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Mid June works for me too :) Count me plus my daughter.
Chris - is Roxson coming?

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