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Old 08-20-2012, 08:45 AM
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Bummer on the Rigs Tim and Jeff!

Thanks everybody for taking your weekends to go work on Jenny Creek/Rollins Pass. The work you guys did is amazing! I appreciate that you guys were able to take it all on and make sure it still happened! It makes me happy to see the group up there having fun and making it a better more sustainable trail.

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Bummer on the Rigs Jeff and Jeff!

Thanks everybody for taking your weekends to go work on Jenny Creek/Rollins Pass. The work you guys did is amazing! I appreciate that you guys were able to take it all on and make sure it still happened! It makes me happy to see the group up there having fun and making it a better more sustainable trail.

You guys rock!
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Great work guys!
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Jeff and Tim?
OOPS! meant Tim, your right!

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haha! Its all good, no way am i going to remember everybody's name on the first shot!

and no bummer about it at all, i'm going to head out and get some more metal and start making some new shock mounts as soon as i figure out which shocks i plan to buy.
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haha! Its all good, no way am i going to remember everybody's name on the first shot!

and no bummer about it at all, i'm going to head out and get some more metal and start making some new shock mounts as soon as i figure out which shocks i plan to buy.
Thank you again Tim for coming up and helping! You put some serious effort in! It was also great to see your flatty in it's intended element! Sweet rig!
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Thanks Bruce, Kevin, Mike, Ken for a good camp out Friday night,
Thanks UB for the ...experience... in WR friday as well

And to everyone who worked so hard on Saturday, it was neat to see how much can be accomplished in a relatively short period of time!! It was cool!

..and man what a good attitude on that flatty and its driver Tim awesome
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thanks for the compliments guys, i had a blast!

the flatfender hopes she can get reassembled soon, she says she wants to head back out and run the trail uphill after her fancy new shocks. good progress so far!

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That looks like a huge improvement over the old shock mount.
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