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  1. #31
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    Don't forget those large cracks that just open up at your feet. Miles and miles of flat plains . . . till you fall over the edge.

    Bubba, born and raised at the foot of the Tetons, was absolutely blown away when he first saw the Palo Duro Canyon, especially since he was driving my uncle's Land Crusher at the time. On a narrow jeep road. Straight down. We survived to tell about it.
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  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by SadieKate View Post
    Don't forget those large cracks that just open up at your feet. Miles and miles of flat plains . . . till you fall over the edge.

    Bubba, born and raised at the foot of the Tetons, was absolutely blown away when he first saw the Palo Duro Canyon, especially since he was driving my uncle's Land Crusher at the time. On a narrow jeep road. Straight down. We survived to tell about it.
    I was born a little native Texan and never left except vacation but I haven't seen Palo Duro Canyon. One day though.
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  3. #33
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    Wow, Jobob - awesome ride! I finally had a chance to read this report and I'm very impressed. Congratulations!!

    (and I'm more than a little intimidated - I'm kind of glad I didn't embarrass myself in front of you at the Crater Lake Century ride this year! )
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    hee hee, GLC, if you saw me on the Crater Lake ride, you'd know you had nothing to worry about.

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  5. #35
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    HOLY SMOKES, JOBOB!
    You're one super stud in my opinion! I loved your report and all the pictures. Wow- looked like one tough, but incredibly beautiful ride. I'm jealous of your cycling feat, and of your scenery. Well done!!!


    AggieAma- you need to go to Palo Duro. We've been a couple times, and it's a great place to mtn bike, road ride, and run. There's a huge trail run every year in October. It's a BLAST! We'll be out there this year for it (October 18th).
    Check out my running blog: www.turtlepacing.blogspot.com

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  6. #36
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    California riding wow! I wanna move!

 

 

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