What everyone else said except if you're making dust, you are driving too fast. Lots of dogs, however, dogs are only allowed in the campground and not on post. Usually I let Mr. GPS find our way. Luckily this time we needed to go to the PO first. When I tried to dial in Camp Grayling in the Garmin, it couldn't find it. Asked some locals and they gave us good directions from where we were. In the CG I was talking to a neighbor who let his Garmin take them about 16 miles away and they got stuck in the sand and ended up with a $180 tow bill.
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