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We are pleased to publish our ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari event wrap up at:

http://www.zukiworld.com/month_060109/feature_moab-zukfari-2009.htm

Please place any comments and discussion here.

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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2009, 09:16:39 AM »
What was your favorite, best, or "most interesting" moment this year?


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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2009, 02:19:44 PM »
Yes.

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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #3 on: June 01, 2009, 03:52:29 PM »
Man that looks like a fun get-together! ;D  I'll be there one of these years,  count on it!  Not enough 4-doors out there! ;)
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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #4 on: June 01, 2009, 05:19:06 PM »
Man that looks like a fun get-together! ;D  I'll be there one of these years,  count on it!  Not enough 4-doors out there! ;)

Totally true... I'd love to see more 4-doors. I think a light weight unit with the same gear as us in the two doors would walk a lot of the obsticles we are challenged with out there.

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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #6 on: June 17, 2009, 11:17:49 PM »
Thanks for everything. We had an awesome time in Moab.  We are going to be heading down next year for sure. 

Hard to choose what would be the favorite moment because it was our first time in Moab and we were overwelmed with the amount of wicked terrain there.....but I really enjoyied trying the hot tub on Hell's Revenge. 

Our drive from Canada was very long but definetly worth the trip.....even though we were almost stranded in Idaho on the way home with a trailer tire problem. 

We've been wheelin every weekend back home here since the trip and our buggies are still covered in Moab red dirt.

We had a blast and hope to meet up with you guys next year....and if anyone is up our way let me know and we'll show ya some cool trails and some amazing scenery on Vancouver Island.

Take er easy eh!
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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #7 on: June 18, 2009, 09:19:16 AM »
Thanks for everything. We had an awesome time in Moab.  We are going to be heading down next year for sure. 

Hard to choose what would be the favorite moment because it was our first time in Moab and we were overwelmed with the amount of wicked terrain there.....but I really enjoyied trying the hot tub on Hell's Revenge. 

Our drive from Canada was very long but definetly worth the trip.....even though we were almost stranded in Idaho on the way home with a trailer tire problem. 

We've been wheelin every weekend back home here since the trip and our buggies are still covered in Moab red dirt.

We had a blast and hope to meet up with you guys next year....and if anyone is up our way let me know and we'll show ya some cool trails and some amazing scenery on Vancouver Island.

Take er easy eh!
Jarrod

Glad you had a good time! Speaking of good times, I know there is a group of us here that would love to come up and go wheeling on the island. What time of year would you recommend?

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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #8 on: June 19, 2009, 11:20:51 AM »
Usually september and early october is the best time.  We are have a very dry season so far and the woods will be locked up soon.....the fire hazard levels just went into extreme.  There are trails for all skill levels here and there is camping very close to some of the most popular areas. 

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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #9 on: June 20, 2009, 08:58:30 PM »
Man that looks like a fun get-together! ;D  I'll be there one of these years,  count on it!  Not enough 4-doors out there! ;)

Well, It was kinda fun having the only 4-door out there, but I would like to see more too! I had such a good time (this was my first year) that I will be making plans to attend every year from here on out. A big thanks to Eric and the rest of the crew for putting it on!
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Re: PR: ZUKIWORLD 'Zukfari 2009 - Event Wrap up and Discussion Thread.
« Reply #10 on: June 23, 2009, 02:09:58 PM »
Thanks for everything. We had an awesome time in Moab.  We are going to be heading down next year for sure. 

Hard to choose what would be the favorite moment because it was our first time in Moab and we were overwelmed with the amount of wicked terrain there.....but I really enjoyied trying the hot tub on Hell's Revenge. 

Our drive from Canada was very long but definetly worth the trip.....even though we were almost stranded in Idaho on the way home with a trailer tire problem. 

We've been wheelin every weekend back home here since the trip and our buggies are still covered in Moab red dirt.

We had a blast and hope to meet up with you guys next year....and if anyone is up our way let me know and we'll show ya some cool trails and some amazing scenery on Vancouver Island.

Take er easy eh!
Jarrod

I Just posted a video of one of our friends from Vancouver Island, BC on Youtube...Check it out! It was a blast guys, hope to see you next year!

link--->http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3mq5_PxKgI
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