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ddierking

Rode at St Joe Park in Park Hills, MO today

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Went riding today for the first time at St Joe State Park in Park Hills, MO. I met up with four guys. We were the only ones there for most of the morning. We spend some time on the flats and hit some of the trails. There were some pretty challenging trails, but some pretty easy ones as well. This was my first time ever trail riding. I had an awsome time. Oh yea, there were some really good mud holes, not my cup of tea, but the other guys had a blast. We only had to use the winch once, haha.

To see pics, check out my post here:

http://www.atvnation.com/forum...ex.php?showtopic=27181

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Hey dd! Glad you had fun at St.Joe, not a bad place to ride and really don't take too long to get there!

We have gone several times and always have a great time! I like it because there is a good variety of terrain. The picture I have posted in the photo contest was taken there. I can't ride right now due to back trouble but when I get healed up maybe we could hook up and go down there!

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Never been there. Mostly only biggest areas I go at now days. is are Cousin's mud runs down in Sedgewickville MO, and at are farm.

Here's some pics of the Sedgewickville pictures. But since I had may old dumb cell phone it didnt take anygood pics.

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/pictures-videos-board/3839-some-pictures-08-mud-runs-sedgewickville-mo.html

I'm in South Country but the farm is in Antonia near seckman school area.

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