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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by OLLIE » Mon May 10, 2010 3:15 pm

Great pictures... I would have loved to here those guys playing those flutes out there. I bet that was inmpressive.
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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by DaveK » Tue May 11, 2010 4:30 pm

I almost forgot about one of the other outstanding products that served us well on our trip - the Trasharoo Off Road Trash Bag, (http://www.trasharoo.com/iWeb/TRASHAROO%20/About.html)

With 9-11 people generating trash each day, the ability to keep it contained and out of the way would have been very difficult had it not been for the Trasharoo. Thanks to Chazz for making it available.

The one down side to the Trasharoo was that we were not able to hide many smaller trash bags in Tom's vehicle. Next time!
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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by salad_man » Tue May 11, 2010 8:11 pm

DaveK wrote:I almost forgot about one of the other outstanding products that served us well on our trip - the Trasharoo Off Road Trash Bag, (http://www.trasharoo.com/iWeb/TRASHAROO%20/About.html)

With 9-11 people generating trash each day, the ability to keep it contained and out of the way would have been very difficult had it not been for the Trasharoo. Thanks to Chazz for making it available.

The one down side to the Trasharoo was that we were not able to hide many smaller trash bags in Tom's vehicle. Next time!
Thats awesome, I am gonna have to think about getting one myself :)
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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by unwiredadventures » Tue May 11, 2010 9:07 pm

DaveK wrote:I almost forgot about one of the other outstanding products that served us well on our trip - the Trasharoo Off Road Trash Bag, (http://www.trasharoo.com/iWeb/TRASHAROO%20/About.html)
It's a fantastic item. Next time I won't leave mine in the garage :cry:
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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by Chazz Layne » Wed May 12, 2010 10:03 am

I want a 2nd-gen Trasharoo... they have MOLLE webbing all around and come in black, OD green and tan. :mrgreen:


Add a couple of these and it'd be an easy way to haul a few non-trash dirty items (like that oil pan that was eating up my trash space on this trip) without having to strap them down somewhere...

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Re: 2010 Indian Country

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Post by Voodoo Blue 57 » Thu May 20, 2010 5:08 pm

Great Pictures and it looks like you all had a great time. It looks like I'm have a new goal: To get my rig expedition ready by the time I retire in 2 years so I can join you. What a GREAT ADVENTURE AND GREAT TIME you all had!!! :D
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