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    Elks at Bobcat Ridge (Fort Collins)

    We ran into probably 100 of them this morning.... very cool




    More pixies at http://imageevent.com/yann/elksatbobcatridge



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    Hmmmm.

    I wonder if the rider in the red jacket made it up all the way?
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    i did yes, the first time, then tried two other times and missed it

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    Elks at Bobcat Ridge (Fort Collins)
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    Did you say Elks? I think you meant Elk. Either way a great experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE,
    Elks at Bobcat Ridge (Fort Collins)
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    Did you say Elks? I think you meant Elk. Either way a great experience.

    i guess the english language (not my mother tongue) is funny - one dog, two dogs....one elk, two elk....i wonder why - thanks for the tip anyway
    cheers

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    Wow I guess I saw a lot of sign, though I just assumed deer. Poop and hoof tracks all over the trail. Very cool! Great ride, my first time on the Ginny trail, very happy with it. The wind was not fun on the way back though, could use a windbreak - oh yeah, that's what burned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quasimotogold
    i guess the english language (not my mother tongue) is funny - one dog, two dogs....one elk, two elk....i wonder why - thanks for the tip anyway
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    Dude, it's my only language. Still makes no sense. One goose two geese, one moose two moose. The English language and discovery of alcohol may have been very close in time historically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanD
    Dude, it's my only language. Still makes no sense. One goose two geese, one moose two moose. The English language and discovery of alcohol may have been very close in time historically.
    Really I agree, how many words are like that? There are numerous animal words like that. Elk, Elks, Deer, Deers,Goose,Geese,Moose,Mooses I give up give me a beer. What did you say? I before e accept after c. huh? Who came up with that rule? He11 50% of the time that doesn't even work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE,
    Really I agree, how many words are like that? There are numerous animal words like that. Elk, Elks, Deer, Deers,Goose,Geese,Moose,Mooses I give up give me a beer. What did you say? I before e accept after c. huh?
    And then there's mongooses.

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    Very nice shot.

    I spooked one up awhile back around dusk. Almost gave me a heart attack!!

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