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    Love these videos! Although they increase my cabin fever this very wet winter. I am gonna get out for a little while this morning - no rain here til afternoon!
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    Ditto what Donzo said. Except I didn't go for a ride.


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    Cabin fever sucks! Here is a teaser vid from last summer. This is part of a full day's dual sport ride with everything from daunting rocky back country jeep roads to tourist laden resort areas, with some fire lookout towers, creeks, mountain peaks, rivers, gravel roads, highways and a lot of twisty blacktop. I spent three days camping and riding in this region before joining a Nor-Cal Group Ride.
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    After last weekend's rainy group ride thought y'all might like something from a more summery group outing. This is longer than normal so I recommend playback at 2x speed; besides the brisk speed makes us look more competent on the trails.
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    How about a tranquil solo ride across the pretty headwaters of what eventually becomes a mighty river many a mile downstream?
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    Or meandering the 9,000 ft level well below 14,000 ft Mt.Whitney?
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    Don't know about you but I am anxious for Spring and Summr riding again. Here is one more Sierra pass that is so much fun on a TW. Diversions to sulfur mines, sheep watering troughs and a mtn top antennae farm round out the ride's variety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Don't know about you but I am anxious for Spring and Summr riding again. Here is one more Sierra pass that is so much fun on a TW. Diversions to sulfur mines, sheep watering troughs and a mtn top antennae farm round out the ride's variety.
    Springs a coming! I went out on Mormon emigrant trail yesterday to Pebble Canyon and got about 12 miles out until the snow got to deep - comfortable long sleeve smile inspiring ridin". Did some boon docking and found a "single track" (deer trail) that made a beautiful loop thru the woods and back to a main trail - Also went on Park Creek off of Mormon and rode it to Pollock - that is one rough trail ride now! Deep crevices with water still rushing and thick heavy mud = super fun! Did not see anyone else out there.
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    Good reruns to watch Fred. Beautiful country down your way...when it ain't snowing.
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    This place is always good for some first gear T-Dubbery:
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