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Old 05-22-08, 05:09 PM   #1
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Always good stuff. Won't be making it back around that area until late October, but plan to take a day and explore some of the stuff that wasn't around last time out.
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That looks like a good way to fall off the mountain....

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Always good stuff. Won't be making it back around that area until late October, but plan to take a day and explore some of the stuff that wasn't around last time out.
There have been trails around there for years that many will never see. All of the anti-FFTF banter on the net was hysterical again this year, especially the "crowded trails" naysayers. They make me happy by not being there.
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There have been trails around there for years that many will never see.
Heh. That's pretty much my assumption about any riding area.

Never actually been to the fest; not for the crowd thing - it just never worked out right schedule wise.
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