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Discussion in 'Epic Rides' started by Z_HARSH, Oct 29, 2010.
looks like another great Baja RR.
another 952 well used.
thanks for sharing!
Great report and picks, thanks for posting.
gsstampeder I greatly appreciate it and you are most welcome! Thanks for coming along, until next time!
jbrownmxr That would be an awesome camp spot but yea, I can only imagine. Its not a long one but it is goooooood and rough, four times up is asking for it
.with camping gear?!?!?! Glad to bring it back!
xymotic Thanks man, I really appreciate it! As for the burgers, I said yes to the extras and there is no denying it, they are excellent and especially for the price. I think it's just their fan base, theyre just so fanatical.
SP's Dad You are exactly correct, another well used 952. Thanks a million and my pleasure!
Baja Ho Thank you, thank you, thank you
and youre very welcome!
Now I just need to install my new cam chain
In-N-Out has to be the most over-rated food in the history of food.
Yeah!? try a Dicks burger up in Seattle. Locals love em, it's bill Gate
s fave, they get compared to In-N-Out all the time. I guess they are the same except not fresh, half as busy but twice the wait, No seating... or parking... not as clean or as friendly... And they suck.
I can see in_n_Out being 'overrated' but I've never heard anyone say they were 'bad' They are REALLY consistant, and always pretty damned good, and cheap. When I hit SoCal I gotta get me at least one.
Oh not, not bad at all. But the hysteria baffles me. There's one about half a mile from my house and there will be a dozen cars in the drive thru at 11:45pm. And I'll be on the East Coast and tell someone where I live and get "California? OMG, you can get an In-N-Out whenever you want?!" And try telling someone that it's over-rated and they'll look at you like you're worse than a child molester. I don't know what they sprinkle on those things, but it's damned good marketing job.
I was thinking maybe it would be best to just let this little report get buried and forgotten, these trails dont really need the publicity. But BABs put this little video together and maybe I am going against my better judgment but here it is
I just cant help but dream of rocks, sand, and stickers. Here is a little tip for the first-timers:
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OK, who cares about a little sticker poke...this one is a bit cooler I think. It was shot at the end of the day on post #129, and references the previous year, post #5, when George, Mark and I played hell trying to circumnavigate around the same, not-so-dry lakebeds and death-mud. One more example of why Baja is not a place you can just go to and expect to follow some little dotted line on some electronic gizmo and expect for everything to go as planned.
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This story is dedicated in loving memory of George Gangler who passed on from this world on 12/2/12.
You have done more for land access and promoting and protecting Colorado trail riding than any other.
You have touched more lives than you could ever imagine.
Our loss is immense, please help inspire us from above to keep fighting the good fight to keep our trails open.
I know some didn't think I should write this, but for me it was important to try and preserve just a few of your uncountable stories.
You will be missed always and forever.
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Well said Z. George has given me more than I could ever ask for. May he rest in peace.
So Sorry to here that, I am one of those guys you ran into at Santa Ynes and ran into George in El Rosario later on his way up