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Old 02-11-2007, 06:30 PM   #6
dwayne OP
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Location: wheelie in purgatory, Calgary
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These bogs NEVER dry up, and the dead grass wraps around anything that turns. If you don't keep your counter sprocket clean you tend to eat up allot of seals. Don't stop moving and lookout for the dead heads. It looks pretty innocuous in this picture, but that "puddle" is over knee deep.

Up to the ridge for a a quick break,

The views seldom disappoint,

We had a nasty wind storm this fall that left our favorite trails looking like a giant's jungle gym

It gets kinda tough on the clutches and we had to leave a DT200 behind, the rescue required quads and chainsaws, but still beat being in the city on a nice afternoon.

We also played around in some hare scrambles but on by our local club and Genny got these pics of me racing...

Well that's about it, and thanks for riding the eastern slopes.

Rum Runners Yukon, NWT & Alaska
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