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Old 05-07-2012, 01:06 PM   #17641
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I might be paranoid but it looks like the ban hammer to me. I'll refrain from comment.
When in doubt quote it. I don't see you offering to kick em. Quick learner.
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:15 PM   #17642
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I might be paranoid but it looks like the ban hammer to me. I'll refrain from comment.
Looks like a little herpetic ulcer, or perhaps a genital wart on that..........I guess that's from all the bestiality down in Baja?
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:32 PM   #17643
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Looks like a little herpetic ulcer, or perhaps a genital wart on that..........I guess that's from all the bestiality down in Baja?

You said bestiality. He he he he.
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Old 05-07-2012, 01:40 PM   #17644
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Looks like a little herpetic ulcer, or perhaps a genital wart on that..........I guess that's from all the bestiality down in Baja?
Speaking of lesions.....I'm also reminded of Baja...and what you allow to come with you...........

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Old 05-07-2012, 01:50 PM   #17645
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Speaking of lesions.....I'm also reminded of Baja...and what you allow to come with you...........


I couldn't agree more.

Also, use of ellipses should be in threes. . .

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Old 05-07-2012, 02:02 PM   #17646
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I couldn't agree more.

Also, use of ellipses should be in threes. . .

GRAMMAR; ELLIPSES
Good to hear..............cause I love to abuse my ellipses...........as extensively as you appeared to enjoy abusing your beer.......
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Old 05-07-2012, 02:04 PM   #17647
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Good to hear..............cause I love to abuse my ellipses...........as extensively as you appeared to enjoy abusing your beer.......
I've made no bones about my past behaviors.


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Old 05-07-2012, 02:15 PM   #17648
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You said bestiality. He he he he.
Only Vernal dogs can doggy style and hand job at the same time.
The shit they learn from their owners.



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Old 05-07-2012, 02:19 PM   #17649
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I've made no bones about my past behaviors.


What about you?
I certainly wouldn't have offered you any beer if you had been as honest and forthright as you claim.........hence you have earned no respect from me.......as you would have it........

I enjoy my behaviors.........and know where my boundaries are located.......a man's got to know his limitations..........

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Old 05-07-2012, 02:40 PM   #17651
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Not one apology will you get.......haven't you figured that out yet.........?

You have too much energy directed towards hating........and as I've told you......I have no energy to lend you in your quest.....enjoy yourself with your ongoing diatribes and missions......



No matter how many votes you campaign for and receive, I have no respect for you........I'm quite sure you believe your lies and inaccuracies....
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Old 05-07-2012, 04:34 PM   #17653
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Ryman....or anyone else, do you know if you can ride across the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation?

This Wednesday night myself and several friends are starting a 3 day ride and our jumping off point (for dirt) is intended to be Ouray southeast of Roosevelt. We plan to swing by Fantasy Canyon (never been there, pics look cool), and then south to Bonanza, Dragon, Atchee, Carbonera, and eventually to Grand Junction where we'll pick up the Kokopelli trail.

Looking at my Utah Atlas, it appears the most obvious west/east route from Ouray goes right through the reservation (labeled as "Wonsits Road" in Google Earth, but labeled as "Chapita Grove Road" on my Delorme Utah Atlas). I'm not sure if this is public access or not. If not, it appears the other option is a road that skirts the northern boundary of the reservation known as "Wyasket Bottom Road". Anyone familiar with this?

Also, is Highway 35 from (Wolf Creek Pass) open from Francis to Hanna? I assume so with our light snowpack this year, but just want to be sure.
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Old 05-07-2012, 05:45 PM   #17654
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Is this the same ride Carlsen is going on. I was hope'n to make it but work has got in the way.

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Ryman....or anyone else, do you know if you can ride across the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation?

This Wednesday night myself and several friends are starting a 3 day ride and our jumping off point (for dirt) is intended to be Ouray southeast of Roosevelt. We plan to swing by Fantasy Canyon (never been there, pics look cool), and then south to Bonanza, Dragon, Atchee, Carbonera, and eventually to Grand Junction where we'll pick up the Kokopelli trail.

Looking at my Utah Atlas, it appears the most obvious west/east route from Ouray goes right through the reservation (labeled as "Wonsits Road" in Google Earth, but labeled as "Chapita Grove Road" on my Delorme Utah Atlas). I'm not sure if this is public access or not. If not, it appears the other option is a road that skirts the northern boundary of the reservation known as "Wyasket Bottom Road". Anyone familiar with this?

Also, is Highway 35 from (Wolf Creek Pass) open from Francis to Hanna? I assume so with our light snowpack this year, but just want to be sure.
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Old 05-07-2012, 07:20 PM   #17655
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Ryman....or anyone else, do you know if you can ride across the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation?

This Wednesday night myself and several friends are starting a 3 day ride and our jumping off point (for dirt) is intended to be Ouray southeast of Roosevelt. We plan to swing by Fantasy Canyon (never been there, pics look cool), and then south to Bonanza, Dragon, Atchee, Carbonera, and eventually to Grand Junction where we'll pick up the Kokopelli trail.

Looking at my Utah Atlas, it appears the most obvious west/east route from Ouray goes right through the reservation (labeled as "Wonsits Road" in Google Earth, but labeled as "Chapita Grove Road" on my Delorme Utah Atlas). I'm not sure if this is public access or not. If not, it appears the other option is a road that skirts the northern boundary of the reservation known as "Wyasket Bottom Road". Anyone familiar with this?

Also, is Highway 35 from (Wolf Creek Pass) open from Francis to Hanna? I assume so with our light snowpack this year, but just want to be sure.
You won't have any problem with the tribe in this area although it's probably not what you think it is. The roads you reference are county roads with public access, but they are mainly used for oil field access and this area is heavy heavy oilfield. You will be riding amongst a sea of white pickups and big trucks be careful of traffic. Most oilfield hands are courteous and nice guys but they wont be expecting motos traveling at warp speed. Fantasy canyon is cool to stop and look at. Dragon trail is fun and pretty remote. Have fun!

Edit: I hope you're not leaving a pickup in Ouray. Bad idea. If you need to leave a truck somewhere make it my house and I'll show you a fun way down to Ouray.
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