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    Good riding and OK Dirt in Sun Valley (pics)

    The Little Twister rode Cup 'O Joe in a Hunter Jumper Show.


    She copped some of the hardware.


    Later, I lathered up.


    And hauled The Turd up some trail.


    Which went for a while. Which was nice.


    And then lay down in a meadow for a nappypoo.


    On the way home I pondered the life of equatation and the what was up with horse trailer makers.


    It's a charmed life.
    Last edited by TwistedCrank; 07-01-2007 at 05:23 PM. Reason: Joe Mama
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    Nice Dirk! So the rumours ARE true - nice looking Motolite, good color. thos trails look sweeeet.

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    Bravo

    MTB content - way to freakin go dude!

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    Sweet picks! What trails were you riding? Me and the AZ gang are headed to SV/Stanley at the end of August. Can't wait to get outta this frickin' heat! 115-117 degrees this week!

    From the looks of it, my Motolite is going to like it up there just fine...
    "The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." (Anaïs Nin)

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    Nice. Why can't my girls show in Sun Valley instead of horrible places like Tulsa.

    Trailer manufacturers suck.
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
    Best thing about an ultra marathon? I just get to ride my bike for X hours!

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    Bike Content?

    Wow, actual bike content AND no humor that only he understands and cares about!
    BoiseBoy

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    titusbro:
    Buy a copy of Good Dirt or www.adventuremaps.net and pick a trail any trail - they're all good. If you're a South Mountain regular you might find the trails to be easier than the difficultly posted in the guide. As for bikes either a 5" trail bike or a 29" ss works fine - bring both if you got em.

    Others:
    Have you ever wondered where baby airplanes come from? So now you know.
    Last edited by TwistedCrank; 07-02-2007 at 07:52 AM.
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    As I've heard, "It's All GOOD..."

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    titusbro:
    Buy a copy of Good Dirt or www.adventuremaps.net
    I already have both maps and the book... I just start to salivate every time I see that 'buff' 1-track...
    "The secret of joy is the mastery of pain." (Anaïs Nin)

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    Nice virtual tour

    of Idahoe's heartland.

    You just morphed your "virtual" personality mystique from a "position on high," where I had you situated, to a more lowly human standing.

    Please forgive if that's unsettling.

    I know you come in peace from somewhere out in the far reaches of the cyber universe and you bring good humor and comradere to these pages.

    Very nice tour of SV and vicinity. We have a cabin at Smiley creek and I have yet to get up there this year, so doubly enjoyed your family's pic's.

    Looking forward to the sequel.

    jim p

    ps - I always lock my car. I didn't once and when I got back there was a bear in it and I had to wait until it got done listening to the dixie chicks before I could go home.
    White Clouds - Heart of Idaho

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