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4 yrs. old and having fun

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Here's some pics of our 4 yr. old enjoying his outdoor activities.

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a smile like that it priceless nice pictures.

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I agree priceless!

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Thats adorable! Im with everyone else when they say thats priceless.

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Great it so nice to see a little one outside and having a big time.

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Very Nice....I never thought of Quad games in camp for the Kids....

Give him a High 5 for me:cool:

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It kind of gives them a chance to do a little more technical stuff without having to feel like they are being forced or controlled, they figure they are having fun and yet they still are forced to pay close attention to what they are doing. Great way for them to learn the dynamics of slow speed turns and the area needed to maneuver their machine.

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but you may have some issues with only three wheels, our 'golf carts' make it a little easier to mount props onto the front of the machines

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some photos of our recent trip to Caskey Lake area of Washington State, to ride with the Washington Adventure quads crew, waquads.com. A great group of riders, mostly couples with both being riders also kids and, a real family orientated crew.

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