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Old 04-24-2013, 05:04 AM   #1
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I Was Looking At Getting Wyoming Back Roads Book OnLine. Does Anyone Have It? Is It Any Good, And The Northern Colorado 4Wd Guide Book. Or Are There Any Better Books I Should Get. Any Advice Would Help. Thanks

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Old 04-24-2013, 07:15 PM   #2
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I don't have any or know anyone with them. my friends and I just hit vedawoo and surrounding areas for a quick run when we can.

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Thanks, I Like Vedawoo A Lot. Trying To Get Some Trials Around The State.
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I have the Marc Smith book "Wyoming Backroads", so far I like it better than the Charles Wells books because it's more inclusive of all area trails, I got mine at the Trading Post in Encampment.
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I have the Marc Smith book "Wyoming Backroads", so far I like it better than the Charles Wells books because it's more inclusive of all area trails, I got mine at the Trading Post in Encampment.
Thanks I Saw That One Online. Thought About Getting It. Now I Will. Thanks For The Info.
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