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Had some fun out in the desert Yesterday. Roamed around Stoddard wells

Met up with Mr Fred this morning for our wheelin fix.
After roaming around for close to an hour we did find Richie's crack, fun trail, really like the waterfall/ climb out. Is a good one for Curtis to throttle up on, ya better tighten that suck em down thingy though.
From there we high tailed it to Pumkin eater. Hasn't changed much from the last time we ran it, funniest thing was, once I made it up the waterfall I noticed that I forgot to turn on my rear locker. This time we ran it all the way to the last turn out now that was the fun part took a bit of maneuvering to get around or up and over all the marbles. From there we headed over to the V notch thing, ran that to the last turn out also, that thing at the end was a pain in the neck to get over for both us. Took a bit of searching to find the line and a good heavy bump. After that we hiked up that canyon some more, some of that canyon would make a fun trail with a bit of work, has some cool stuff in it. Does anybody know if any buggies have ran it and does it go all the way across the mountain?

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Fred goofing around

http://vimeo.com/37992818

Didn't take any pics but robbed a few of some wheelin buds that ran the same trails a few weeks ago





Some video of the little trail we spend an hour looking for

http://vimeo.com/37199852
 

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Other than the gas guzzling climb up the Cajon Pass, Stoddard Wells area is pretty close. We should plan a weekend up there some time if Chris ever finishes his Jeep.
 

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We should plan a rubicon/fordyce meet & greet next summer, it's not in the budget this summer
 

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Other than the gas guzzling climb up the Cajon Pass, Stoddard Wells area is pretty close. We should plan a weekend up there some time if Chris ever finishes his Jeep.
There are a few spots he can test his beast out on. Richie's crack has a nice steep climb to get out, so does pumkin eater and once you are past that the rocks become fun. Same goes for the V notch trail the higher you go the more fun it is
 
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