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    Wood chips are stupid
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    I found some dirt

    Some dirt. The first three(can't seem to down size the others) from Sedona alot from McDowell Park in PHX

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    Sweet,buffed out,Sonora desert love ribbon

    All mine! I rode out there for almost three hours. Didn't see a soul.
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    "Sonora desert love ribbon" and a very excited Saguaro. What a combination!
    Enjoying the meaningful pursuit of meaningless fun.

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    Is that off the Glenn Hwy. somewhere ? Those trees look kind'a funny...
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    Here is from a couple weeks ago...

    I have to chime in that I found some of that dirt recently as well.....

    If you are in/around Phoenix, you should check out Red Mountain. We spent a day riding around there and had a lot of fun. All singletrack with some moderate technical stuff thrown in from time to time.

    Prescott has some great trails as well (see the pic with the pine trees).
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    Prescott Az. is one of my favorite destination rides. Did you happen to see this while you were there........
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    Didn't see that one...

    I'm not sure of the names of the trails we rode, but part of one day was climbing up Spruce Mountain Road, then the singletrack back down to the highway and back to town. The other day we rode the Whisky 15 mile race course (just a few days after the actual race) along with some added to get to and from the trail. Tons of climbing (over 5,000 ft. the first day and about mid 4,000 range the 2nd), but great descents.

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    Bucky Lastard!

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