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    In the spirit of pictures (not bandwidth friendly)

    I'm too lazy to write anything clever and I'm not that smart anyway. Nonetheless, here's some pictures from late summer early fall 2005 that y'all might like. The photos were taken by myself, BMF, or John.













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    Some short videos
    insane climb
    loose rocks
    more loose rocks

    This is what greets me when I get home


    If you're real bored, check out my repository of road trips: http://uberfarm.com/mnf

    Have a happy new year everyone!

    Jack

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    incredible looking trail and good shots.
    bad dog.
    worse snake.
    thx 4 the links 2--always good to have mo ride links to peruse.

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    Wow, very nice pictures! Thats quite a rattler there too Did he get out of the way for you guys or did you have ot go around him?

    Seeing pics like this make me miss summer all the more... I should avoid these threads

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    Good job! Thanks for sharing those...

    very green scenary. good looking trails.

    By the looks of your place, the dog must have had one hell of an orgy with those stuffed animals!
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    looks like the drunk line painters come to you part of the world too.....nice pics...amkes me want to ride arghhh!
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    The rattler actually held her ground a bit. We banged rocks on the ground and it barely moved. We threw rocks near the snake and it slowly crawled off and only rattled at us when we got pretty close. There's nothing like a rattler for making you put on the brakes... except for maybe a bear. In October, I rounded a corner and found a mama and baby bear about 20 yards in front of me. The baby was pretty big but still with mama. Unlike the snake they took off right away. The dog can work over her dog toys in short order. If you look close, some of the stuffing is actually little pieces of fabric. She's loads of fun, but loves to destroy her toys.

    Jack

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    Nice trails and thanks for the pics.

    Sean

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    great pics Jack. been too long since i rode up that way.

    LOL. my dog does the same thing to her toys. i swear i spend more time picking up the evicerated innards of her toys than she does actually playing with them. but she's so cute.



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