Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14
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#1: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14 Author: zzmikeyLocation: Ahwatukee, AZ PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 4:51 pm
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WHAT
I am going to Sedona from Friday morning 10/12 to Sunday 10/13.

There are no planned events. Just a bunch of trucks hanging out, having campfires each night with pot luck style dinners and such as we feel like it.

There are no planned trail runs, however, there are numerous trails in the area as well as hiking.

I plan on driving up Friday morning, biking Friday and then setting up Camp Friday afternoon.

Wheeling or hiking again on Saturday or going into town. Probably either do a Broken Arrow sunrise or sunset run.

Playing Sunday by ear.

Feel free to join me if you like




Here is the thread from LY, about 10 trucks or so and lots of fun camping, hiking, wheeling, etc...
azfj.org/index.php?nam...ht=cobbler




4TH ANNUAL DUTCH OVEN COBBLER THROWDOWN!
On Saturday night, we will remember Connie and Duner as they are the reigning champs but cannot be with us.

Show us your skills with the Dutch Oven!

Who will we give the Golden Rolling Pin away to this year? Let's see what ya' got!





WHERE
FYI - we are going to the same spot we did last October (which is NOT the Sedonafest campsite)

The spot is further east on Schnebly, on the north side of the road and puts us closer to Sedona as well.

www.google.com/maps/pl...111.681147

There is room for 20+ trucks. It's dispersed camping, so first come first serve.

There are no facilities - no toilets, showers, etc... There are some in Munds Park if you need them.

There are no trash dumpsters. TREAD LIGHTLY. Pack out what you bring in.

Please bring a bundle or two of firewood - there are scarce pickings right around the campsite, so you could bring an Ax if you wanted to scour a bit.

Food is all on own for all meals - figure it out. I will most likley be cooking yummy breakfasts and dinners on my grill/stove


IMPORTANT INFO!

Please be aware that technically, a group of more than 25 people needs a permit, rest rooms, etc...

So, we will really need to spread out when we camp since this is not any offcial kind of event, etc....

If there are more rigs than 20, we can spread out to the next good camping area right down the road.

Also, very important not to call this an event, outing, etc... especially when talking to Rangers, Pink Jeeps, etc...

We also didn't plan any trail runs on purpose due to the strict nature of permitting. So please ensure if you do runs, that NO MORE than 10 rigs are with you. Pink Jeeps will report you

Also, please ensure you Tread Lightly. Pack out what you pack in, stay on marked trails, etc...

We will most likely be just fine, but better to be aware of the rules and such and prepare appropriately


TRAILS
You can download all waypoints for free from AZ FunTreks from here if you dont have a track:
www.funtreks.com/suv-4...nloads#six


Schnebly Hill Rd
scenic, very bumpy hill in and out of Sedona
azfj.org/index.php?nam...ic&t=10232

Hot Loop
azfj.org/index.php?nam...opic&t=653

Greasy Spoon
Bumpy trail with some fun climbs and descents. Typical beautiful views
azfj.org/index.php?nam...opic&t=285

Broken Arrow
Sedona's Signature Trail. Spectacular views, some fun obstacles, and lots of good hiking. Lots of traffic, especially from Pink Jeeps
azfj.org/index.php?nam...opic&t=246

Smiley Rock
A little bit off the beaten path from Sedona. Near Jerome and Mingus Mountain. Can be doable stock, need to be careful, but lots offun and challenging offshoots
azfj.org/index.php?nam...opic&t=807

Cinders OHV
Fun offroad park with cinder (like sand) consistency. whoopdie doos, climbs, descents, offroad track. Take someone with you who has done it before
www.riderplanet-usa.co...e_4b82.htm

Oakcreek Homestead
Another easy, but beautiful trail. Possible the rope swing is still up!
www.azfj.org/index.php...rums&t=662

#2: Re: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14 Author: FatRat PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:57 pm
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Will have to see if I can make it. Hope I can.

#3: Re: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14 Author: JimbolioLocation: Tucson PostPosted: Mon Aug 27, 2018 6:04 am
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Damn I'll be in UTAH that weekend 😬

#4: Re: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-1 Author: zzmikeyLocation: Ahwatukee, AZ PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 3:57 am
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Only 2 weeks away!

I am sure we will all have different plans for the weekend, but here is what my tentative plan is-

FRIDAY
Get up to camp on Friday around noon, set up camp.
Probably mountain bike in the afternoon - either Flag area or Sedona

SATURDAY
On Saturday, hike in the morning and take advantage of fall colours - probably Locket Meadow or Inner Basin. But early to beat the crowds

Might off-road up on the rim of Schnebly on Saturday afternoon (Hot Loop area), catch the sunset.

SUNDAY
Early Broken Arrow run

Plans are subject to change Smile
Feel free to join me for any part

#5: Re: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14 Author: zzmikeyLocation: Ahwatukee, AZ PostPosted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:46 am
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We got about 10+ trucks or signed up on the Facebook.

Jimbo, CeeFish says he has some stuff for me for you to bring back to PHX

#6: Re: Sedona Weekend and Dutch Oven Cobbler Cook Off! Oct 12-14 Author: FatRat PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:50 pm
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Won't be able to make it. Have some very needed vehicle repairs to do.



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