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Old 02-09-2006, 10:30 AM
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Call the Roosevelt Ranger office. Traditionally Kelly Flats is seasonal. In other words it closes right after hunting season OR significant snow accumulation. It opens just before Memorial Day weekend.

Dang, would be nice to see the FJ Cruiser in "the chutes"
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:54 AM
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I would put in a second for Chinamans Gulch.

I should be on 33's by then!
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Old 02-09-2006, 12:00 PM
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I'll third Chinamans Gulch.
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Chinamans or Slaughterhouse (Bailey) would both be good choices. :fing:
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me, me... I wanna see it... I vote slaugherhouse. Easy to get to and I bet alot of members could make it out.
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Old 02-09-2006, 05:43 PM
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Slaugherhouse is too easy to really see what the FJ can do, even though chinamans is so far away, I would like to see it do that instead. So I vote chinaman's. Could do something like glispie and castle glutch if closer to here is what we want. later robbie
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I'd love to join. Do not think i'll be abale to make it this weekend, as I got a lot to do..... Probably just ride a long and take pictures, so i'm happy with wher ever
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I'll lead a run on Chinaman's that day. The more I think about it the more I like that trail for this event. Yea, it's a 2 hour drive to the trailhead, but allways seems worth it to me.

Well maintained.
Enough challenges with plenty of bypasses and optional obstacles.
It won't be crowded with other groups. Probably no city yahoo's there.
Minimal question marks in terms snow, ice, shelf roads ect.
A memorable trail in terms of driver and testing a rigs capabilaties.
Nice view of the Collegiates Mtns. in the backgroud.

If we agree, I'll post it the run.
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I'll lead a run on Chinaman's that day. The more I think about it the more I like that trail for this event. Yea, it's a 2 hour drive to the trailhead, but allways seems worth it to me.

Well maintained.
Enough challenges with plenty of bypasses and optional obstacles.
It won't be crowded with other groups. Probably no city yahoo's there.
Minimal question marks in terms snow, ice, shelf roads ect.
A memorable trail in terms of driver and testing a rigs capabilaties.
Nice view of the Collegiates Mtns. in the backgroud.

If we agree, I'll post it the run.
Let's do it. Scott, you are the man.
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