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    Using all 5.75

    2 575's on a not too secret-secret trail in Moab.

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    Nice, I rode that this last spring. We entered the "secret" trail further up though. There was some nasty stuff up there...... I had rented a Nomad, wish I had taken my 575 with me......

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    Great pics!

    That sure looks like sweet riding!

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    I always enjoy your pics!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
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    Speaking of Turkey Day

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    I always enjoy your pics!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
    For our Thanksgiving Dinner, we brought with us some pork adobo and tomatoes for a nice non-traditional meal...

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    Yup, today's menu besides the typical turkey, stuffing, potatotes(fufilling my wife's side of the family) lumpia, pancit, puto, and rice(all made by mom). My little girl, who is 1, had her first taste of filipino cuisine in the past few weeks. She loved it all. We figured she would considering since she is half!!!
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    Good job! Nice photos

    Wow thats pretty cool, my wife's side of the family is 100% Philipino. Great culture and real good people....great family values. We also had a bunch of traditional dishes this Thanksgiving. I think we have a lot of flips riding Yetis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cisco43
    Wow thats pretty cool, my wife's side of the family is 100% Philipino. Great culture and real good people....great family values. We also had a bunch of traditional dishes this Thanksgiving. I think we have a lot of flips riding Yetis.
    You have good taste Cisco..hehe... Here are some more pics of flips on Yetis riding in the 575's home state...
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    Good Morning! You and RnR Barbie are sure living the mtb life!!!
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    Thanks pare

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    Good Morning! You and RnR Barbie are sure living the mtb life!!!
    I'ts a trade off... Career versus riding. I'm not sure if the choice I made is the best, but it sure feels like the best choice for right now.... hehe
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    Your pics, for some of us, is what we dream about!!! Dude keep them coming!!!!
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    Flip forgot to post this picture from the camp site:
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    What, me hurry?

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    People really sleep in tents???

    Funny. But I don't think that campsite has wi-fi. We only camp where we can get a hot shower, watch HBO, and get online. Oh, and it has to be dog friendly too.
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    Whenever I haul a$$ I have to take two trips.

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    Rockin the Yetis

    Its my turn to post. We took the Yetis out for their excercise today on Porcupine Rim. Thats always a must do before we leave Moab. It was so fun watching G ride up and down big ledges like rocks were going out of style... Every time we do this trail it gets better.
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    Whenever I haul a$$ I have to take two trips.

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    asx for DH marathon racing

    me and my asx at megavalanche final last july in alpe d'huez france
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