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    Fun in the woods

    A little video from last weekend...

    Fun in the woods from Ken Bennett on Vimeo.

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    Cool vid.! I need to ride Flag.

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    Nice video Ken!
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    Wow, great video. Ken"s got some skills.
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    very nice.
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    Yeah, super stoke!

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    NICE! Very cool video!.........Drew

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    Too much pucker factor for me on those jumps and final descent on Private Reserve. And that last shot on W's road gap celebration was most excellent!
    A few weeks ago I was hiking up PR with the dogs and encountered several coyotes. Yapping and barking. Wasn't threatening or anything, but added to the general vibe of the area. Gotta have your A-game going. Thanks for the video.
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    Nice!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chalkpaw
    Too much pucker factor for me on those jumps and final descent on Private Reserve. And that last shot on W's road gap celebration was most excellent!
    A few weeks ago I was hiking up PR with the dogs and encountered several coyotes. Yapping and barking. Wasn't threatening or anything, but added to the general vibe of the area. Gotta have your A-game going. Thanks for the video.
    That's a coyote? Looks more like a wolf to me.
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    Trails were in pretty good shape up there for sure. Thanks to the local crews!
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    Hey Chalkpaw, I have had some run ins with these "coyotes" as well. They are getting mighty territorial as of late. I was wondering if they could be mexi greys? Any thoughts?

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    I just looked it up and I think it is a coyote. They sure are healthy up there though.

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    ALso.......Sick shot! That should go up in the guide room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisingarizona
    Hey Chalkpaw, I have had some run ins with these "coyotes" as well. They are getting mighty territorial as of late. I was wondering if they could be mexi greys? Any thoughts?
    I pulled up pics of both for fun and put them together for a comparison. I couldn't tell you which one I would choose to identify the one in the pic above. Either way it's a great pic and always nice to see the wildlife.

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    That is a very cool pic either way
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    awesome vid! I'm gonna edit my footy from the same day...different results and way less gnarly tunes. so that's how you roll happy in control...nice and slow?

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    *like*

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    Bob; Apparently it works either way since DG pretty much aired out the last portion and survived
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