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    TITS Solo..High Country Style

    After last night's storms and some forecasted for this evening I skipped the festivities down south and went for some splorin around Keystone and Breck.

    I kept the pace chill, just enjoying my time in the woods

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    After a bit of climbing..the views started opening up a bit

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    And they were so damn good, I sat down and enjoyed a sammy even though I was GPSin and this would affect my downhill time....Goat says, I don't give a damn...chillin

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    I took a new to me downhill

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    and it popped me out here...Why does no one talk about Red....Tis good me thinks

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    a bit more new to me singly track brought me to the Witch that has eluded me for two years and it was fun n twisty just as I had heard

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    but all good things end....I'll be back soon tho...that was fun!

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    hehe ...you said "member"
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    Great pics MGE

    that blue sky looks like the crown jewel on a beauty of a ride! I've got to get up high for some of that single track nirvana.
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    i made a rash decision and called the ride at about 2:30 because reports of baseball size hail and mor twisties were comin!


    well a good night was missed by most but a good night was had by a few. I enjoyed a steak so not all was bad.

    That is a good ride my man! glad you enjoyed
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    Yo Jeremy, it's kinda nice to check in on this forum and find the mighty MGE slumming on mere "mortal" trails for a change, ha!

    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    and it popped me out here...Why does no one talk about Red....Tis good me thinks
    I ended up on Red's trail by accident a few years ago when I blew by the hairpin coming down the CO trail from the ridge. Unexpectedly ended up in Keystone, but overall, 'twas a happy accident. Rode it again on purpose last summer, both ways, and it's good either way.



    a bit more new to me singly track brought me to the Witch that has eluded me for two years and it was fun n twisty just as I had heard
    Blair Witch is fun too, and aptly-named. Tons of random stuff to explore out there... mostly good.



    Nice write up, thanks for the stoke. I'm getting more fired-up about getting back to CO later this summer!

    See ya,
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoldsInHalf View Post
    Yo Jeremy, it's kinda nice to check in on this forum and find the mighty MGE slumming on mere "mortal" trails for a change, ha!



    I ended up on Red's trail by accident a few years ago when I blew by the hairpin coming down the CO trail from the ridge. Unexpectedly ended up in Keystone, but overall, 'twas a happy accident. Rode it again on purpose last summer, both ways, and it's good either way.





    Blair Witch is fun too, and aptly-named. Tons of random stuff to explore out there... mostly good.



    Nice write up, thanks for the stoke. I'm getting more fired-up about getting back to CO later this summer!

    See ya,
    Carey
    1st time I rode that turn during a Kenosha to Breck I would've blown it but I had a friend on my tail who was yelling left, left , left and every time since I've been like that looks good but the CT is so good.

    Hit us up when you come in. You know ur always welcome to ride with us!!

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    bacon! bacon! bacon!
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    I've had dinner in that cabin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles View Post
    I've had dinner in that cabin...
    Owned by the forest service or is it private?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    Owned by the forest service or is it private?
    Owned by Keystone.

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    bacon! bacon! bacon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics View Post
    Owned by the forest service or is it private?
    Keystone - they do winter dinner sleigh rides out there...

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    SWEET!!!! And you have a casted hand WOW!! Thanks for the stoke!

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    I should meet up for a ride or two with you! I liked your other pic's from around Georgetown too.

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