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No RTR for current Ehrenberg dwellers?
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If you must be in the area, LTVA land.
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Minormanic (12-22-2017)
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It looks like it is more than 25 miles by the driving route, less than 25 as the crow flies. Ask a Ranger their opinion.
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Minormanic (12-24-2017)
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Isn't the LTVA land $180? Some of us can't do that right now. Heard there was BLM land outside Blythe. Have to find the map that was posted....
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the LTVA is 180 bucks for 6 months or 40 bucks for 2 weeks. there is BLM all around Blythe but beware there are also LTVA's and it's very easy to accidently camp within the boundaries of the LTVA's. ask me how I know. highdesertranger
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(12-22-2017, 12:52 AM)GypsySpirit Wrote: ^
Same here, was expecting to be in Ehrenberg on January 1, also hoping to connect with folks.   Am now rethinking that idea.

Did you figure out a place to hang out? I have no idea where to find other tribe members before RTR starts. I’ll be there around the 1st (I think)  Camping and exploring around Lake Havasu and Parker sounds good...maybe Yuma?  Doing some research now, thought I was going to Ehrenberg.....
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I'm looking at Levee road, south of Ehrenberg, on the river. I think it's outside the 25 mile zone. I put it on another thread, let me see if I can pull it up again. https://www.campendium.com/levee-road
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That looks awesome! Maybe I'll see you there. Looks like we will both be there similar times. I was hoping an experienced RTR'er would come forward but....we could get a small group going instead. Here's a couple of photos my rig. (Oklahoma plate on back only)


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GypsySpirit (12-28-2017)
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(12-23-2017, 07:30 PM)Bohemian scout Wrote: Did you figure out a place to hang out? I have no idea where to find other tribe members before RTR starts. I’ll be there around the 1st (I think)  Camping and exploring around Lake Havasu and Parker sounds good...maybe Yuma?  Doing some research now, thought I was going to Ehrenberg.....

Please let me know what you figure out.  I want to meet people too.  I'd really like to go to Ehrenberg if possible.
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(12-28-2017, 12:46 PM)Sharbysyd Wrote: Please let me know what you figure out.  I want to meet people too.  I'd really like to go to Ehrenberg i.       
Ditto to that. We will be arriving around the 5 th and would love to meet up with a tribe. Our first RTR and traveling from MA.
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I'm really thinking Crystal Hill now. Bob mentions the area (Kofa) in his new video. https://www.campendium.com/kofa-national...ystal-hill

I hear the Levee Road area is crowded already.
The other option is the LTVA area, but I didn't budget for that.
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