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    shelburg falls/FYI

    anyone out there thinking of riding shelburg sat am,better change to pm.there having the santiam canyon sramble. go to runwildadventures.com. check it out! looks like fun!

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    I know the guy that puts those on. One of the guys from work is doing that run. I think it is their last one till november.

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    Wonder if they were as mad as I was about the quad-tards that effed Lost Creek Trail?!
    "...his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."

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    for sure i rode the aftermath a day or two later from their last run up our trails the rutts are still there this sunday

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    I am moving to stayton in a week and a half. The idea is starting to settle in that I need to swing up the road and camp out with my camera.

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    Picklz hit me up when you move im from stayton

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    Also, the section of Lost Creek above the riding area gate is rideable again now. My cousin and I spent a day a few weeks ago cleaning all the debris from the logging activity off the trail. Ran in to some dirt bike riders who showed some respect and didn't ride the trail.
    "...his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."

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    i rode up there last saturday evening after the "trailrunners" had there race and they took a few liberties of there own,concerning the trails. i noticed several shortcuts and detours off the main trails.i would come across a white arrow on the ground and the trail would just go off in another direction,thru virgin territory. kinda like rouge trail builders without the tools!

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    It wasn't a trail run, it was a scramble. Meaning they marked the direction they were supposed to go and they had to follow ribbins. It was mostly off trail stuff.

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