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Old May 15th, 2011, 03:57 PM   #41
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With luck new crawl trail will be done by Sat. Lots of new Stuff to be placed in it.
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Old May 15th, 2011, 06:20 PM   #42
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New trail seamed to be well liked . I only had part of it done Sat. Worked for 3hours on it today and made some good progress .
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Old May 15th, 2011, 06:24 PM   #43
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Weather was much better in Harrison than down state. Becky, you missed out. Ron, the new trail is coming along nicely. Those kind or trails are a blast. Keep up the great work.
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Old May 15th, 2011, 06:25 PM   #44
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Weather was much better in Harrison than down state. Becky, you missed out. Ron, the new trail is coming along nicely. Those kind or trails are a blast. Keep up the great work.
Thanks. I do it for all of you.
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Old May 15th, 2011, 08:16 PM   #45
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Weather was much better in Harrison than down state. Becky, you missed out. Ron, the new trail is coming along nicely. Those kind or trails are a blast. Keep up the great work.
Have a bitch of a time getting the windshield and top(with no windows) on my jeep anymore....so when i see 100% precip every hour on the forcast and 47 degrees......i'm prob gonna pass. Glad you guys with tops had fun!
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Old May 16th, 2011, 09:27 AM   #46
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Had a good time.
Did not rain much till it was time to load up.
Met some new people and had fun with friends!
so did you get up winch hill without a winch?
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Old May 16th, 2011, 10:05 AM   #47
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so did you get up winch hill without a winch?
Nope, none of us. Ron has definitely made it a tad bit harder. I'm sure you will still be able to skim over the top though.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 02:14 PM   #48
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New trail seamed to be well liked . I only had part of it done Sat. Worked for 3hours on it today and made some good progress .
What is the new trail? Got a name for it?
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Old May 16th, 2011, 02:37 PM   #50
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so did you get up winch hill without a winch?
Told ya my junk could not make it.
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Old May 16th, 2011, 03:12 PM   #51
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Sounds good to me! I was the first person in the entire world to run it. Beside Ron in a bulldozer.
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Hey Rob did I ever tell you the story of the old geezer that in two different trips broke his jeep on a loader tire on flat ground? One time he rolled his junk completely over and the other he blew an inner 60 shaft. All on flat ground! It was great, you shoulda been there!
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Hey Rob did I ever tell you the story of the old geezer that in two different trips broke his jeep on a loader tire on flat ground? One time he rolled his junk completely over and the other he blew an inner 60 shaft. All on flat ground! It was great, you shoulda been there!
Sounds like someone I know who is always breaking stuff.
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What is the new trail? Got a name for it?
Due to discovering that few rangers had used this hidden away trail as a hide away. I was being called the Humping trail. So It will stay the
"" HUMP TRAIL "" As you could be F%@$ed if you enter . or That it is full of humps and bumps around the kids.
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Sounds like someone I know who is always breaking stuff.
Hey Rob, did I ever tell you about this young fella (about your age) who always talks smack but then when it's time to wheel the really challenging stuff like tires and big logs, he has some kind of excuse. It's easy to say you never break when you always avoid the harder lines and the obstacle that can actually challenge you.

Ron, the name works.
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Hey Rob, did I ever tell you about this young fella (about your age) who always talks smack but then when it's time to wheel the really challenging stuff like tires and big logs, he has some kind of excuse. It's easy to say you never break when you always avoid the harder lines and the obstacle that can actually challenge you.

Ron, the name works.
Pauls not that young?
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Due to discovering that few rangers had used this hidden away trail as a hide away. I was being called the Humping trail. So It will stay the
"" HUMP TRAIL "" As you could be F%@$ed if you enter . or That it is full of humps and bumps around the kids.
I like it. And the meaning being it is great.
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Hey Rob, did I ever tell you about this young fella (about your age) who always talks smack but then when it's time to wheel the really challenging stuff like tires and big logs, he has some kind of excuse. It's easy to say you never break when you always avoid the harder lines and the obstacle that can actually challenge you.

Ron, the name works.
Sounds like someone who I know who repaints his Jeep everytime he wheels.
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you guys are funny. sounds like you needed a real spotter with ya.that old guy can't see things so well these days.
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