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Stonewall Century...La Veta Colorado?

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Stonewall Century...La Veta Colorado?

Old 07-20-06, 12:03 PM
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Stonewall Century...La Veta Colorado?

Anyone ever done this ride? Looks like a good one, but I know the Twinn Peaks aren't for the light hearted. Just curious if someone has some insight...


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