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nice picture, anywhere close to the water like that is so relaxing, and riding to get there is a big bonus !!  the water there reminds me of the clearwater river where i am and ride frequently. access is still there, but the old railbed that ran along it was torn up and making way for a 4 lane highway... way to go regional municipality of wood buffalo for such a brilliant plan to put a road.

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yes, she was born to ride! we can still get to a small area just past the rock dike behind me, but the beach is not as nice. the park next door bought up more land installed a "blacktop nature path" (whatever the heck that is supposed to mean) and guard rails.

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awesome picture,to bad they blocked that spot on you, but you did get this picture before they did.

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