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We took a decent sized group back into the same area we went a few weeks ago. There is just alot to see in those parts and it does not get old. Below is a quick recap of the trip.

Group shot, some first timers in the group.

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Unloading

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I finally got a picture of my buddy on "Goldmember"

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We stopped at the old homestead again.

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A nice little creek near by.

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We went back to the tressel.

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I really like this camera, the zoom rocks!

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Her first ride....looks like a trip to the dealer on the way home is in order.

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Another old homestead and a lunch break.

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Following the PoPo train back to the trucks.

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It started out cold, but turned out to be a great day, this stuff never gets old.

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i love looking at your pics of your mountain rides .. if i can win the lotto ill just come up and go riding there for a week or more ... if you wana send me a private message we can swap some riding pics on email ... i would love to see more ..

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