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post #1 of 7 Old 04-09-2012, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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After looking at tons of photos and Vids of EJS i decided today that my daughter and i would go play on the rocks... I had today off, so we headed to the boulders. Literally nobody there, so it was nice and quiet, had the whole place to ourselves, it was awesome!!

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Most of this area is used by dirtbikes and quads, so its mainly just basic trail and a tons of whoops, but we found some pretty sweet area's!

Poser pics- Dont judge, theres alot!



Cool View from the top


First sketchy section, this is as far as i could/ would go...

View from the front of it, doesnt do it justice

Next section we found that was a ton of fun! pics also dont do it justice

Air Time!



All in All a fun time, got alot more pics, but mainly a bunch of poser.... i will definatly be goin back to that area again, it has alot more to offer than just those 2 sections!
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post #2 of 7 Old 04-09-2012, 02:50 PM
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View from the front of it, doesnt do it justice
isnt it annoying that pictures and videos do this??

you have all these great vids and pics of stuff you are so proud of, then they turn out looking wimpy.
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ya, its my stupid camera phones fault!
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It happens with the gopros too. It's hard to capture terrain details without having something interacting with it.

I think this thing is finally coming together. Still Needed: drive shafts, frame mount rails...then done son! For a while...
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Cool, looks like fun.

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It does get old when your camera turns your great fun white knuckled moments into something wimpy looking...I have many that do that...still though, it looks like great fun

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Further back is Tin Can Alley which is more aggressive than the rocks you found. I drove my Jeep up the big mountain near the area you were in. It was sketchy as all hell since it was a narrow mining rd.

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