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We got some riding in on Saturday but left early Sunday morning because we couldn't sleep due to drucnk Latinos playing Latino music until about 4 am. On the other side of us was a drunk family with 2 underage girls singing until 3 am. Since I am a morning person I decided to wake everyone up getting firewood at 6 am and loading quads while the drunks were still sleeping, I'm sure they were pretty pissed.

We will return hopefully before the seAson is out, there is some really good riding there.

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haha that is funny... i would've done the same thing if i was in your shoes..but besides that noise it sounds like you had some fun...

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It's a great place to ride, pictures next visit...I promise! I had intentions to take them, brought my D200 and everything!

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