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Old 07-31-2012, 12:06 AM   #1
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Ouray Colorado

I went to Ouray with some fellow WFer's and here are some pics that I took.
they cover several areas including Black Bear Pass and Poskegee gulch. among many others.
this plaace was flat out amazing. I had a great time with a great group and couldn't have asked for a better time.



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Old 07-31-2012, 06:29 AM   #2
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WOW, Colorado is a beautiful place. That switchback would have gotten me in trouble with the wife. LOL NIce pics, makes me want to get back there soon. Thanks

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We had a blast. that switchback was on Black Bear Pass...one of 6. the steps at the beginning are even worse. had a great time up there.
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Thanks for the pics. Very nice! Can't wait to get out there in a few weeks.
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your gonna love it!!!!!! I wish I could take some more time off to join you. I'd love to go back.
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I'll give you a yell before I head out just to make sure you can't make it.
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Old 07-31-2012, 08:35 PM   #7
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I had to move from CO back to AL a few months back (job stuff). There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss it dearly. Maybe I'll be able to join you/you guys in the not so distant future. I just gotta pay my dues and get my ass back out to my Rocky Mountains! Have some fun for me!
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Old 07-31-2012, 08:39 PM   #9
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I had to move from CO back to AL a few months back (job stuff). There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss it dearly. Maybe I'll be able to join you/you guys in the not so distant future. I just gotta pay my dues and get my ass back out to my Rocky Mountains! Have some fun for me!
bummer.....well hurry up and get back. we still have a couple of months before the snow gets them.
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bummer.....well hurry up and get back. we still have a couple of months before the snow gets them.
It might be 2014....
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Thanks a million for the pictures. I lived in Cortez and Durango, Colorado and Blanding, Utah in the mid fifties. The pictures take me back to my childhood. I learned how to drive on a dodge Power Wagon in the area. My Dad was in the oil business. I just love the four corners area. Thanks again for the pictures.
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I am glad that I am able to share them with you.... The San Juan's are simply Amazing!!
Scotty..you have to do something about that..LOL
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I will have to get my pictures up soon. But I still have about 500 to go through...
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steps on Black Bear

The "steps" are the only place where I put finger prints in the steering wheel and my wife yelled obscenities at me
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yeah but they are nothing compared to the sidehill on sydney basin. I thought they were bad too and then.......we took sydney basin and I wasn't 100% sure that i was going to make it home. heck i wasn't even 50% . That sucker was nasty
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yeah but they are nothing compared to the sidehill on sydney basin. I thought they were bad too and then.......we took sydney basin and I wasn't 100% sure that i was going to make it home. heck i wasn't even 50% . That sucker was nasty
Sydney basin made me cry on the inside.
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Love this place. Been several times. Moving back as soon as I finish career 1 in Florida.
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Headed out there for the Jamboree in September, it cannot get here soon enough!
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We leave for OURAY next weekend. CAN"T WAIT!!!!!
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Know of govenor and yankee boy basin but have never heard of sydney basin.. Decided to google sydney basin colorado jeep.. and what shows up in the pics is the first pic posted by colo tj on this page
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hahahahahahaha....it is not a well known trail....that's too funny
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This Train LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL that music was so bad it was funny. Excellent video
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Hey COLO-TJ. Sgt. Sage finally made it to WF.
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Headed out there for the Jamboree in September, it cannot get here soon enough!
What are the dates for that Jamboree? I remember checking for conflict with my trip, and it was clear, but wanted to double check.
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What are the dates for that Jamboree? I remember checking for conflict with my trip, and it was clear, but wanted to double check.
They are normally like September 19 I thibk
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They are normally like September 19 I thibk
I'll be doing BBR and Immogene on the 17th. The 19th is Wednesday. That's a strange day to start a Jamboree. Anyway, looks like I'll barely miss them.
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ok. So on my East to West Tour. I have several places to visit with the TJ, of course MOAB, the Valley of The Gods, Grand Canyon, adding this ride to it. thats pretty cool stuff. can it be done alone or you wouldnt recommend it? snow in october? probably? thanks for the pics.
i saw the entire album thats amazing.
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you would be ok alone....I wouldnt do Black Bear or Pougeskee gulch alone but everytthing else is good.
could snow in October but it would probably still be ok.
I'm glad you enjoyed the pics,
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