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    Big Dog on Hulls

    Anyone happen to see the size of the dog that tore up the top of the narrow rock outcropping about 50 yards below the cliff on Hulls? What am I thinking, it had to be the sheep.

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    Had to be sheep.
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    I'm pretty sure it wasn't a dog, but a donkey named Jack.
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    Do ya think we can get the sheep and Jack the donkey to fix it? I was having too much fun launching it and my wife finally got the nerve to roll it.

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    i haven't been down hulls in a while..is this the rock drop after the rocky section on hulls..

    isn't there a nice trail (well, the actual trail) around said rock? and this big ass rock has been moved?

    that would take a lot of xc riders.....or one kabota. or, a herd of sheep as suggested above.

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    sheepherder found the sheep jumping off the rock during the lunch hour. None of the sheep kn-ewe who built the ramp or placed the dirt on the rock. the sheepherder was concerned for the safety of the herd...and wanted to keep the conflict bahh-tween the wolves and the sheep to a minimum.
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    I recommend the rabbit stew.
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    I'll take the mutton with a biscuit.
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    Do you think the sheepherder can fix it? I heard the sheepbahhing with laughter as they all seemed to be having a grand time.

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    checked it out today... it doesn't look that much different. a little deconstructed but still a tough move...
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    Speaking of snakes....I saw this on Sunday on Sidewinder (I think):


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    if it is the 2.5 ft tall rock on the lefthand side as you go down Hulls, it won't be "fixed". In it's original state, sheep found it harder to roll over because it did not have an approach. Some sheep made it easier by building an approach to it...which then made it easier to launch. Some other sheep made it bigger by mounding dirt on it...

    Hulls is not a good place to let the mutton fly. Rock Island has good rocks for the sheep to roll.
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    Don't step in any sheepshi****. There is plenty of it this time of year.

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