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thanks to everyone that went. Im glad you guys got see what this trail is all about. I took more pics this time to give a better idea of what this trail is like























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wish i could have made this looks like u guys had a good time.

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Thx for leading Jake. It was fun.
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looks like a descent trail, hill looks kinda steep. Rocker panel`s next...
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Had a great time. Thanks Everyone.
Josh, did not see you while airing up, wanted to say good bye in person.
Anyway, I had a great time, thanks for coming everyone, and thanks for leading Jake.

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Thanks for leading Jake. This run was a lot of fun, even on the tippy parts. I think Eric said it best when he said it was not NSF (not spouse friendly).

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Sorry I could not make it guys, (Kirk) hope you all had a good time. I was dealing with a second floor water leak that soaked all my sheetrock in the ceiling over the kitchen and dinning room. Just what I wanted to do on a 4 day weekend. Anyway, Good luck on your journey Kirk, I am sure you will be a huge success! Later,
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Sorry I could not make it guys, (Kirk) hope you all had a good time. I was dealing with a second floor water leak that soaked all my sheetrock in the ceiling over the kitchen and dinning room. Just what I wanted to do on a 4 day weekend. Anyway, Good luck on your journey Kirk, I am sure you will be a huge success! Later,
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Thanks Nate. Bummer 'bout your water problems.

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i could have run that trail backwards, and with only 1 good brake line!

Does putting a towel on my seat to cover the holes count as an upgrade?
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i could have run that trail backwards, and with only 1 good brake line!

hehe...I was waiting for that. Very fun in my taco, less fun in runner, boring for buggy-but still a good time. Does the rock crumble-or is it super sticky?
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hehe...I was waiting for that. Very fun in my taco, less fun in runner, boring for buggy-but still a good time. Does the rock crumble-or is it super sticky?
HUH? sorry i didn't get the whole rock thing.

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Hey Tim how much did this one suck you seat in?

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Hey Tim how much did this one suck you seat in?
Tim probably still has a hint of upholstery in his mouth after Sunday!!!

I remember hearing something like this over the CB...."somebody tell me this looks OK............BECAUSE I'M NOT LIKING IT!!!"

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Hey Tim how much did this one suck you seat in?
The worse part about that section was getting tippy and going down hill...oh and add in slipery gravel and it add's another layer of "fun"!

That trail definitely has some sections that will cause body damage without some careful spotting!

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Cool pics. Wish I could've made it....prior engagements.

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Here are my pics - sorry for the delay.

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Looks like a good time.....Where abouts is this area?

Thanks for sharing

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Looks like a good time.....Where abouts is this area?

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Up off Beeline Highway past Sycamore Creek.

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Looks like a good time.....Where abouts is this area?

Thanks for sharing
fr1704 scamore creek and 87 on the east side of 87 just north of where 87 crosses scamore creek the first time. this trail is a 3.5-4

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Sweet...thanks guys. Will be lookin to do this one when the rig is done.

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Probably the best set of pics for the area. Most other pics dont show how fun it can be! Good job and sweet rigs!!

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