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Here are more pics from our weekend!

This is our group that went this time. Several people had to back out at last minute. That's the Colorado River Behind us.

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All of our toys at the bottom of Mcminnis Canyon!

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Me posing for a pic. You can see behind me all the twist and turns in the trails.

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The only bit of sand dunes in the whole area, It was ALOT steeper than it looks.

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My dad's bike leaning against a fence.

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Me showing off!

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Me catching a little air.

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Me and my Dirty Girl! Ain't she Beautiful all covered in dirt.

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We managed to find the only turn that the Rhino couldn't make. A very tight turn between 2 rocks on a crazy off camber trail.

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And finally my wonderful parents!

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That looks cool man, i would love to ride at a place like that, i like that picture with all of yall standin there, who's the old guy on the right holdin the Busch lite?:laugh:

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That's old man Randy! This was his first time on a dirt bike. He borrowed a XR200. He had one crash and broke both hand guards! He was ok so it made it funny!

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It would be real hard for me to leave an area like that :wink:

Yea I wish we would've had more time to play, there's SOOOOOOOO much riding in that area that we didn't get to explore! :aargh:

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Wheeler I couldn't make it. I will try and make the one in a couple of weeks. We are going to Bill Balance's next weekend on Sunday to see the MX races.

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Great pix Bot!!!! Looks like a great place to ride.

I posted some more of Rabbit Valley in the pictures/videos section. Check those out! It was an awesome place to ride for sure! :yes:

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wow...what great pics, looks like you guys had an awesome time....

Scott: Don't worry about it, we had a good time....rough course, muddy as ever. Busted my nerfs up but good....overall....it was just an ok race, really hot though.

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You gotta love that Busch! They call my dad "The man with a blue can"

Oh yeah, my favorite for sure, cheap too.:biggrin:

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