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    Thanksgiving break riding in Moab? Anyone planning on riding?

    I am thinking about driving down for the Thanksgiving break (have 7 days). I will probably pass through for 3 days or so on my way back from moms and Turkey day. I am hoping to escape some of the cold since it is going to be in the teens and 20's here next week.

    Anyone planning on heading out? Group rides/shuttles available at this time of year? I hear some of the local shops sometimes arrange some of this stuff during spring and summer, but not so sure about the off season.

    Any pointers?

    (maybe Vegas is a better bet?)

    Thx!!!
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    Been in Moab since fri.................haven't ridin' at all! Freakin' wind been blowin'!! Ranger shootin's.................did I mention the wind has been blowin'? Supposed to snow and be cold.............I'm tired of hiking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojo Maestro
    Supposed to snow and be cold.............I'm tired of hiking!
    Yep. Snowy and cold is the forecast. There's a major arctic storm hitting Utah today and tomorrow that's supposed to dip clear down south. They may even get snow in St. George. Temps sound like they'll be in the 20s and 30s for highs tomorrow with a low of 2 degrees tomorrow (Maybe the ranger shooter will freeze to death).

    On a positive note, the weekend doesn't look too bad....That is, if the storm doesn't leave too much snow on the ground.
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