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    bogus to stack

    what is the funnest way to get from bogus to stack rock?

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    what is your version of fun???
    ...building wherever they'll let me...

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    fast...does eastside connect somewhere to the trail up?

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    To Sweet, Sweet Connie. However, unless you start at 7am, it'd be like climbing in a solar oven. It is the most direct route, though. Wait....I am thinking Boise to Stack.

    Eastside to Mr. Big then over on the unmentionables.

    Most fun. Deer Point to Eastside to Mr. Big.
    Last edited by Visicypher; 07-22-2009 at 07:34 PM.
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    LOL. Everything in the Foothills right now is a solar oven.
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    thanks...gonna give it a shot...super super early.

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    Tuesday @ noon, sweet sweet connie wang chong wasn't too bad at all . Not like table rock @ 630.
    By not allowing the progression of trails your cheating everyone out of their potential.
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    Stack Rock is on private property and you should treated it as such.

    The same is true with North Fork of Daniels Creek (i.e., Sweaty Sweaty Connie)

    Same with upper Dry Creek and upper Shingle Creek. All private property.

    Y'alls are now edified.

    I did not make a comment on whether or not you should ride there.
    Last edited by TwistedCrank; 07-23-2009 at 08:06 AM.
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