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Newbie/Fewbie Desert Drive - Al Qudra - 17 Jan 2020

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20 minutes ago, Xaf said:

Did somebody forget this lunchbox yesterday?

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Hi, yes that belongs to me. Will WhatsApp you to collect it

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@Wrangeld I have lately started looking forward to reading your trip reports. There are no words in my vocabulary to describe your writing skills other than to say it's pure poetry and makes us relive each moment of what was a wonderful day. 

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Wonderful trip report @Wrangeld that left me and sri with lots of less words in our trip reports, if we still feel necessary to write on lazy Saturday evening.

Many Thanks @Srikumar, @Frederic, @Lucky sAm, @Wrangeld, @Obaid.Sultan.1987, @Ale Vallecchi, @Jeepie, @Xaf, @Rizwanm2, @Edward Davies, @AKR, @Adam Marston, @Amit0103, @tjsingh, @Brette, @Mahmoud Hamzawy, @Seldon, @Matti Brockman, @Joe Biju Joseph, @IMAMP, @adelishakk, @Kavindu Avanka, @Tbone, @Junaid Khalid, @Martin., @Mostafa Taha

For waking up early and showing up on the meeting point on and before time. I truly love when people are on time to respect each other time. This was my first drive after a long break and I was equally charged up and waiting to see the dunes and new faces after a long time. Looks like Carnity wanted to welcome my Pajero come-back with so many new faces that I think it was a second biggest turn out for the newbie drive with 28 cars.

With the help of rain and hard surface, all newbie got a leverage to learn at a much discounted rate and everyone did wonderfully great within their vehicle capabilities and attentiveness during the briefing. I really appreciate everyone's patience and enthusiasm to learn off-roading in a proper structured manner than just hitting the dunes blind-folded.

Few minutes of reading, listening and slow pace drive might look boring in the beginning, but I bet as you slowly climb the ladder you will appreciate the slow and steady learning curve. All our off-road briefings are kept to bare essential to get started as fast as we can, so that remaining part newbies can learn on the drive, during the recoveries and by observing the technical recoveries.

I highly recommend every newbie to go through each pinned topic on the offroad club homepage: https://carnity.com/clubs/off-road-club and general discussion section: https://carnity.com/forums/forum/588-discussions to learn more about what we aren't able to share and explain in the morning briefing. These topics will answer lot of your curious questions and put you in a right track if you wish to pursue further:

  • How to get promotions?
  • What are different level of drives?
  • What all offroad and safety gears are required?
  • What is Carninty grading structure and how to get offroad certification?

Please share your feedback that will help us learn new things from newbie perspective: 

 

 

 

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Let's root for each other & watch each other grow.

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Thanks for adding the wall of fame Gaurav. I really could not remember everyone!

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The family keeps growing and that’s what makes it so worthwhile waking up in the morning and seeing those people who are hungry for some adventure. 
@Gaurav came back with a bang and baptised the Pajero for a wonderful 2020. Good to have you back buddy.

@Srikumar Your briefings are the main secret ingredient why we hardly have to take out shovels and ropes. People hit the sand and understand the basics and keep a cool head. @Obaid.Sultan.1987 got crested with the mighty big Range Rover but kept the smile on his face and I saw he truly enjoyed the drive as I was driving behind him.

Due to the larger convoy, our Fewbies got the tasks to either sweep, take second lead, or help out their fellow team members. @Ale Vallecchi @AKR @Adam Marston @Xaf @Wrangeld @Jeepie @tjsingh  a shoutout to all of you. I heard really good feedback from you guys. Carrying knowledge forward is a great thing and makes the group become a real tight family. 
 

Looking forward to many more of these drives !
 

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