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    Back yard has been opened up

    Sand hollow state park in Utah is very close to where i live and its been great to have it opened up due to having a fatty fixed gear cobbled together, pretty sandy 2 tracks that are mainly used by atv'er and jeepers but i feel i'm only scratching the surface and there some fun slickrock to be had as well... Was super to get in 25+ miles on the fatty before work then some mex food after work and then a slog home on the pink beast

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    Looks good!

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    I think I know why you're slow.........haha that's a pile 'o Mexican food!!!

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    Gorgeous backyard!

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    Most definitely on my bucket list to visit Moab and the surrounding areas.

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    Isaac Asimov would have been proud (of your muttonchops).
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    Looks awesome ! It would nearly pass for Oz with the red dirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    Most definitely on my bucket list to visit Moab and the surrounding areas.
    You should visit the other side of the state (where this), too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot View Post
    Sand hollow state park in Utah is very close to where i live and its been great to have it opened up due to having a fatty fixed gear cobbled together, pretty sandy 2 tracks that are mainly used by atv'er and jeepers but i feel i'm only scratching the surface and there some fun slickrock to be had as well... Was super to get in 25+ miles on the fatty before work then some mex food after work and then a slog home on the pink beast

    Good stuff! Wish I was there for it all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    You should visit the other side of the state (where this), too.
    would this be on the eastern side??

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    would this be on the eastern side??
    near here



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