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Old 10-11-2010, 04:42 PM
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For me personally, Friday might work and Sunday morning might work, not really sure yet. Snowrun or Treeroot, do you want to take the lead on this one since I can't commit yet?
I could do Sunday. Iwas planning on runnng storm mtn with state assoc, but I can change that
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Old 10-11-2010, 09:30 PM
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Couch has been removed from Argentine Pass . John and I picked up the trail up to the second sign and turned around before it got too dark. The road is fairly clean compared to years past.

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Old 10-11-2010, 09:34 PM
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Thank you Mike and John!
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i was there sat. i should have picked it up but had no where to throw it away
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:18 PM
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Mike,

If you still need a place to dump the couch let me know. I have a dumpster available at my office near I-25 & CO Blvd. Just PM me for more info.

I could be there this Saturday or Sunday.
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Thank you Mike and John! I haven't heard back from Brant yet, so am not really planning on going up there this Sunday. Plus I have other things going on. I'll keep working to try to make it happen; this month is pretty busy for us.
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Thank you Mike and John! I haven't heard back from Brant yet, so am not really planning on going up there this Sunday. Plus I have other things going on. I'll keep working to try to make it happen; this month is pretty busy for us.
Let us know when it works....We'll be there in a FLASH!
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Hey guys,

I know this post is old, but...

With the Guanella Pass Road closure, were you guys able to go up from the Georgetown side or did you have to take the Bailey side off of 285? Anyone know when the road work is going to be finished up there?
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Hey guys,

I know this post is old, but...

With the Guanella Pass Road closure, were you guys able to go up from the Georgetown side or did you have to take the Bailey side off of 285? Anyone know when the road work is going to be finished up there?
You can reach the Argentine trailhead from the Georgetown side. The closure is several miles beyond that. Guanella pass probably won't open again until next year sometime. You can reach the top of the pass from the Grant side.

I was at the Argentine trailhead last week and there's already some snow accumulating, so plan accordingly for snowy/icy conditions.
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