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Posted 08 September 2003 - 11:01 AM

Not 56k friendly, but here are some pics of my last vacation. Most of the pictures we ended up getting were of the tame stuff, because once we got to the better stuff (that we didn't know was coming) it was raining and being nasty. At 12,000 feet, it isn't a lot of fun to play out in the rain. I think the only pics the begin to do justice is the rockbed in front of the Tin Cup pass sign, and the 3' space between the stump and rock...

All of these pics are 4x4 trails in the collegiate peak area between Gunnison and Buena Vista, CO.
Anyways, enjoy!


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