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Postby Ken » Fri Jan 04, 2008 8:36 am

I roll with Terry...break my throttle
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Terry brings a spare!
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Dan, at 60+ years young...doing Winch Hill #4

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Dusty, after rolling on Cadillac Hill...with his Jethro rope, holding up his pants.

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Terry rolls on the Fordyce, in a benign section, driving over the ONLY rock on the trail.

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Scott and Terry, eating a wet sandwich in the driving rain on Sourdough Mountain

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I slipped and fell...camera extravaganza
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Same weekend...Weelie time on Winch Hill #1
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Jack on the Wentworth Waterfall
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Same weekend...The first time we met Mr. Bill.
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My last group photo and last ride with Terry.
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Waiting at the top for each guy, during the "Break Stuff" video
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Moments before our Hwy 49 decision
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Moments later
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An Ouchie
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Our first ride with Larry (Oldtrucks)
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Cody's crash
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An old truck near Downieville
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Jack catches up on the year 1984 in a People we found in a mining cabin.
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An old dozer we found...the tree growing around the blade.
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94 mile ride at Downieville
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Larry, Ken and Dusty...on Signal Peak on a very cold day.
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Hello...can I speak to Chadd??
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Larry and I, on the best Snow ride...ever.
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Outside Grass Valley
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Old Yeller...blows
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So we relax
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Sunglasses please
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Moonrise, at the Dusy-Ershim
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Postby Ken » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:15 am

Mr. Miyagi I and filming Mountains and Mud II
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Help
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I took my friend Joe on his first ATV ride. The next day, my first date with Lori
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The photo that got Lori to go out on a date...go figure.
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Our first ride, she's soaked...she likes it.
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Jeff humps his ATC near Ludlow hut
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Jack on Pioneer Trail
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Just before Debbie found out she's pregnant.
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Larry, Debbie, Keith, Lori and Ken
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Tour of New Orleans, 18 months after
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Lori and Jeff's puppies
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Ice Ballet on Miller Lake....Lori's Clown jacket.
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Yep..we're on a lake
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Mountains and Mud II World Premiere
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Tonopah
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Prairie City
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Getting ready for Moab
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Postby Ken » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:44 am

Old Yeller Fix...."Ken...see this part?"
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How many people does it take to fix Kendo's quad?
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Ninja Keith
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Keith drops his battery into the shitter
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Keith and I test our Bighorns
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Moab 2007
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Postby Ken » Fri Jan 04, 2008 10:02 am

Lori and Ryan's first Rubicon adventure
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Kids...
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Spider Lake
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Lori and Scuz
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Family and Friends
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My friend Neil...first ATV ride
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Postby QMaze » Fri Jan 04, 2008 11:59 am

Awesome pics, still can't get that Terry, (I knew him as Mr. Miyagi on ATV Wild) is not with us. So weird.

I hope I have friends who remember me the way you do with Terry. Great memories, no doubt. Must be a great bunch to hang out with.

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Storm King Mountain

Postby zkeys » Fri Jan 04, 2008 5:26 pm

Hey Larry,
I was out near Glenwood Springs camping at the same time that Storm King fire happened. That is sad stuff man... Was it 14 firefighters that lost lives in that?
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Postby BearCat » Fri Jan 04, 2008 9:44 pm

Well this one always made me laugh...
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Re: Storm King Mountain

Postby oldtrucks » Sat Jan 05, 2008 10:12 am

zkeys wrote:Hey Larry,
I was out near Glenwood Springs camping at the same time that Storm King fire happened. That is sad stuff man... Was it 14 firefighters that lost lives in that?
Thanks,
Zack
Zack, yes 14. There is a nice trail that leads up the mountain right off of 70, just west of Glenwood Springs. My brother used to live in Grand Junction and was married the weekend before the fire, we left the day before the fire on our way home. Next trip out to Moab try and set some time aside to make the hike, up near the top it's incredibly steep, pretty surreal as you reach the site, lot's of fire memorabilia in the trees and all the markers, eerie
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Postby Chadd » Sat Jan 05, 2008 10:16 am

Who let you back in BC??? lol
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Re: Storm King Mountain

Postby zkeys » Sat Jan 05, 2008 10:47 am

oldtrucks wrote: Zack, yes 14. There is a nice trail that leads up the mountain right off of 70, just west of Glenwood Springs. My brother used to live in Grand Junction and was married the weekend before the fire, we left the day before the fire on our way home. Next trip out to Moab try and set some time aside to make the hike, up near the top it's incredibly steep, pretty surreal as you reach the site, lot's of fire memorabilia in the trees and all the markers, eerie
Thanks Larry,
My family has been visiting Glenwood Springs for as long as I can remember, and we are heading out again this summer. So I will be camping about 30 miles South of GS for several days. I will make this hike a must do on this trip. There is also a decent ATV/4X4 road that takes off just North of Glenwood that I was hoping to do. Could be a good day to do both. Thanks again for the info.
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Postby GrizzlyGuy » Sat Jan 05, 2008 11:38 am

Man, you guys are good with your cameras! I can't do still photography worth a hill of beans. Every time I try to shoot something it comes our wrong. For example, I was trying to shoot a rider once and ended up with a shot of a poser:

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Postby ATV'er » Sat Jan 05, 2008 2:58 pm

These are great pics. I need to make it to moab soon. Bearcat, that a great pic of ken and the village people.

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Postby Kendo » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:13 am

Well, it took me a while, because I wasn't sure I wanted to share. But since BC shared his Village People photo, I figured I would allow you all to see what I consider to be pics of an exceptionally sexy beast!! Check it out, almost looks like he's wearing earrings - which considering his heritage, would not surprise me!!


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Then of course, a personal favorite, a nice closeup of our sexy ass administrator. Damn, I think I need a minute....... :unibrow: =P~

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Postby BearCat » Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:15 pm

Nice Kendo...Great pic...I touched the "lighting" up through the tree's and added alittle "shine" I hope you dont mind....
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Postby Ken » Mon Jan 07, 2008 11:41 am

LOL...good stuff. Nice Chop work BC to update the look.


Kendo...you had me at 'hello". :lol:
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