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    Your pics are making me want the snow to melt. I still have a lot of skiing to do 2019 is going to be a fun one!

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    Nice pictures! Looks like it was an awesome trip


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    Very nice!


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    Beautiful pictures. I really need to get out there.


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    Awesome pictures!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Avis View Post
    Right now, my favorite is Black Bear.. but there are some harder trails near Montrose I hope to get back to try with a different group soon. The group I was with wasn't the type of rigs you run harder rock trails with.

    Rubicon is iconic, absolutely.. that's why it gets all the hype. And the history of the trial and area is awesome. Just didn't "Wow" me in anyway.

    Moab.. well.. it's just amazing. Has a special place in my heart. There's something for everyone there, rather it be a fully built buggy, or a brand new 4x4 off the show room lot.
    Beautiful pics! Love me some Colorado as well.
    I have been wanting to hit some of those trail outside Montrose too. My family and I try and go to Colorado every year around July/ August. The wife has some family in Gunnison.
    Have you hit any trails on the Salida/Buena Vista area yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    Beautiful pics! Love me some Colorado as well.
    I have been wanting to hit some of those trail outside Montrose too. My family and I try and go to Colorado every year around July/ August. The wife has some family in Gunnison.
    Have you hit any trails on the Salida/Buena Vista area yet?
    I haven't yet.. Only been once since I bought the JK, and that was last summer. Before I was always in a truck or grand cherokee. But now that my JK is setup nicer, I hope to get back there in the next year or two and hit some harder stuff.

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