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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-26-2013, 11:01 AM
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Koala can't believe how awesome that is. Initially I was just going to tell you how much I hated you, but I thought this was better.
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Solid move sir. Have you scouted out the path back to see if there's anything that might need to be mitigated?

When I ride back to my place I just have to deal with cranky tourists screaming from their rental houses porch that I'm ruining their pristine snow covered yards. They also don't like me jibbing their garbage cans.

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looks pretty clear actually, except for the tight trees, which will be fun i think..if, at the bottom, i stick close to Hellroaring Creek, that is public land...also there is a big swath of undeveloped land practically right across the road from my place. got a couple friends recruited who are more than willing the take the initial plunge with me, so i won't be alone either. all set up except fo rthe snow! knockknock
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looks good, just need to avoid that valley that looks as though it will take you down to the left.

im moving into a new place for this winter with a trail right behind the house that comes from the highway below one of the mountains on my hill. all i have to do is ride down the backside of the mountain, avoid the numerous unmarked mine shafts and hop along the highway to reach the trail. there's also a few piles of sticks and brush that will hopefully be covered in snow soon so i can shape some jumps and maybe throw in a few rails as well for the run home.
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