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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by mntdawg, Sep 1, 2016.
Very very nice, four minutes of smiles and accelerated heart rate on this end.
The name of this creek starts two letters left of Cienegas.
Well here's a little bonus. For my 60th birthday I got myself one of those new fangled helmet cameras (now that everyone else is using drones). Here's a little Gadsden footage from my last ride before I left town. It should look familiar to you, no need to guess the location.
No need to guess, but would love to know the location or at least the area, that looks like lots of fun.
Man! I've never enjoyed a single shoot of riding so much before. Feel free to share details on that gem! I'd love to just hike there!
- Fun Wheel Drive -
May 8 was last post. Did we all run out of film at the same time?
Still waiting on an answer to this one.
man thats a tough one, at least a half a dozen canyons in se az where that pic could have been taken
Cienega creek in the Empires?
This is at the confluence of two creeks, one whose name starts with an A, and one that is access for the East terminus of Rug road. Either name will do.
Aravaipa at Turkey Creek.
Ding Ding Ding
You are up Madd
A 4 day trip we took some years ago on an old trail. If that pic doesn't do it, I have other's that may be more obvious, if you've ever been there.
That little girl is a freshman now. Time flies.
El Camino del Diablo?
It is indeed! Great guess!
Papago Well Camp. You're on!
It is still on my list of routes to do, two or four wheels.
I remember when this was a road.
This FR that ends at this gate starts at the same place two other very popular routes begin.
How about the name of the dominating peak?
Is the camera looking northwest?
Sort of............ definitely very close to your back yard.