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Old 09-17-2018, 03:05 PM
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I might make the trip myself just to try the pastrami burgers.

My favorite burger place is Freakin' Unbelievable Burgers. I typed the address into my browser and went straight to it without having to look it up. Is that a sign of burger addiction? If it is I don't want help for it. Check out the menu for Flint. http://freakinburgers.com/
 
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Old 09-17-2018, 06:20 PM
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Koosharem Cafe is a must. Tina makes the best pastrami burgers.

The loop that AdrenalineRushmentioned would be a good ride too. A little rocky from the top of Rocky Ford but a great ride none the less.

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Looks like an adventure. I'm sure it will be half fatal as far as my heart goes. Those off camber trails scare me more than anything else short of meeting up with a grizzly bear.
 
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Old 09-17-2018, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
Those off camber trails scare me more than anything else short of meeting up with a grizzly bear.
No grizzlies around here, and black bears don't scare me as bad as a trail like that would. When I get off camber my ATV falls over on its side, not down a mountain. But I sure would enjoy the scenery while I was still at the top. I really should head out west some day to check it out.
 
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Old 09-17-2018, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Big Frank View Post
I might make the trip myself just to try the pastrami burgers.

My favorite burger place is Freakin' Unbelievable Burgers. I typed the address into my browser and went straight to it without having to look it up. Is that a sign of burger addiction? If it is I don't want help for it. Check out the menu for Flint. Freakin Unbelievable Burgers
My very favorite pastrami burgers are from Astro Burgers. Best ever.
 
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Old 09-17-2018, 11:49 PM
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Originally Posted by MooseHenden View Post
Looks like an adventure. I'm sure it will be half fatal as far as my heart goes. Those off camber trails scare me more than anything else short of meeting up with a grizzly bear.
Its not really off camber at all. Watch the video again and watch Doug's ATV. It never really leans at all. The trail is really pretty flat. It just looks bad but it really isn't.
 
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Old 09-18-2018, 12:50 PM
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Its not really off camber at all. Watch the video again and watch Doug's ATV. It never really leans at all. The trail is really pretty flat. It just looks bad but it really isn't.
You sure it's not the, "The video never really translates how steep that hill was", scenario.
 
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Old 09-18-2018, 09:39 PM
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You sure it's not the, "The video never really translates how steep that hill was", scenario.
Yep.
 
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Old 09-19-2018, 01:26 AM
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My very favorite pastrami burgers are from Astro Burgers. Best ever.
They look good but the 3,300+ mile round trip drive would kill me. If I flew out instead of driving 24 hours each way, I'd have to stay awhile and have a burrito or 3 while I'm there. I should quit looking at their menu but not just yet. I didn't even know anyone made pastrami burgers until I read it here. I guess I have a couple more items to pick up when I go to the store. My rides usually involve snacks like Doritos, potato chips, Cheez-Its, jerky, etc. and not restaurants.
 
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They look good but the 3,300+ mile round trip drive would kill me. If I flew out instead of driving 24 hours each way, I'd have to stay awhile and have a burrito or 3 while I'm there. I should quit looking at their menu but not just yet. I didn't even know anyone made pastrami burgers until I read it here. I guess I have a couple more items to pick up when I go to the store. My rides usually involve snacks like Doritos, potato chips, Cheez-Its, jerky, etc. and not restaurants.
Pastrami burgers are quite popular out here and Astro Burger's are the bast.
Actually all their food is good. All of them are owned by one family so its a local thing.
 
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7:00 AM pulling into Richfield.

Just a couple of pictures from a ride I guided yesterday for the Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree.



And here's the number one loved trail guide.

There were 20 machines including mine and my tail gunner.

I even got to meet another forum member who joined us for the ride.

Wind River - it was a pleasure to meet you and your wife.



I took them on one of my favorite rides.



Here we are at Cove Fort. We ate our lunch here and then the missionaries gave us a tour of the fort.
Its an awesome place to visit.




I saw more turkeys while riding up Dog Valley than I'v ever seen in one day.



Fall is my favorite time of the year to ride.




Upper Al Gay Trail. The ride is 63 miles long with a lot of fun trails.



9:00 PM and finally home. :smile2:

The Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree hosted a dinner for the entire town in the park.

The entire day was just a lot of fun.
 
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