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Old 09-08-2016, 03:12 PM
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Finally got back to Utah. Enjoy the pics.

Packed up.

Stow away. She didn't get to go.

Got one hour from home and the rear, braking axle twisted off. It's one of only a couple things we didn't replace or fix.

San Rafael Swell in Utah. It almost made the 2500 mile trip worth it by itself.

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San Rafael Swell.

Looking back on Trail 02 towards Marysvale, where we stayed.

Mt. Belknap. Dormant volcano.

Moose One and friend PJ.

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The Twins on Trail 13.

Neat sandstone near the Fremont Indian Museum.

Town of Elsinore in the distance. Had lunch and gassed up there.

Great views around every corner.

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Marysvale from the top of Trail 606.

Rock slide on Trail 606. It looks worse in person where you can see the drop if you went over the side.

Paul Jr. on his Scrambler near Marysvale Peak.

Moose One overlooking Marysvale.

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My trusty steed overlooking Marysvale. Only mishap was a bolt that rattled loose.

Unlike New England, Barney Lake and other bodies of water are pretty rare in UT.

Manning Meadows Reservoir.

Marysvale from Monroe Mountain.

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Monroe Mountain looking towards the town of Monroe.

Monroe is the larger town seen just past the power station. Joseph in the background.

Our steeds atop Monroe Mountain.

Dust from Moose One's quad. Dust was pretty bad. Glad I'm the map and GPS reader.

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Switchbacks leading down to Monroe.

Paul Jr. sweeping around the corner.

Specta, joined us for coffee before riding with us on Wednesday.

Specta told Doug Meyer's of ATVTV fame that one of the guys he was riding with had some of his shows on VHS. Doug just had to meet us.

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On Trail 01 heading towards Mt. Belknap.

Mt. Baldy. A lot of these mountains had old miner's trails across them.

Close up of Mt. Belknap. Must have been quite a show when it erupted.

Break time at 11,000 ft.

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Landslide area across from Mt. Belknap.

Looking back at Mt. Belknap from south.

Fires near Big John Flat.

Love the high meadows. Fence at Big John Flat.

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Lava flow in woods near Beaver, UT.

View of Big John Flat fire in the distance from valley near Beaver.

Coffee break near Beaver, UT.

Belknap from Trail 68.

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