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    Quote Originally Posted by DaJudge View Post
    I will try to run up to CO and run a day with you guys. Someone suggested Poughkeepsie Gulch/Corkscrew Gulch. That's a great suggestion because you can have lunch at Lake Como and then you go over Hurricane Pass before you get to Corkscrew. For a long day you could take California Gulch to Animas Forks ghost town and then back.
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    That would be awesome! Would you be able to lead a group on that run?


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    That would be awesome! Would you be able to lead a group on that run?


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    If I can make it I would be happy to. I won't know for sure until much closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaJudge View Post
    If I can make it I would be happy to. I won't know for sure until much closer.
    I think it’s safe to say, we are all up in the air until we a lot closer. Hope this works out, that trails high on my bucket list!


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    Ran corkscrew last summer it was incredible. Lots of damage from the avalanches made it surreal It august yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J&k_overland View Post
    Ran corkscrew last summer it was incredible. Lots of damage from the avalanches made it surreal It august yet?
    On one hand, August can't get here soon enough, on the other, it needs to take long enough for this crap to pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    On one hand, August can't get here soon enough, on the other, it needs to take long enough for this crap to pass.
    True story. I still got a lot of work to accomplish still as well.

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