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    It seems like we didn't stop that much for spotting in Group 2, so I only got a few pics.

    http://s1296.beta.photobucket.com/us...as%20Off%20III

    http://s1296.beta.photobucket.com/us..._1466.mp4.html







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    What a great day, thanks for the support everyone. You were a great group to wheel with. Here's a few tame photos of mine. Thanks Tundra for posting those other photos and links to video up!

    Also not sure if it's my mac or what but all these photos were taken portrait but some are posting up landscape...guess they're a bit off-camber...fitting.
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    had a great day, i cant believe the yota made it through, only lost the tow hitch! only pics we got from the day, we cruised right through.
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    Here's the pictures that came out ok.

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    job today group 2 we made it to Tookeys before group 1 with only on long short cut. The newbies did great, glad we could break you guys in proper.

    First time with Photobucket, here goes nothing

    http://s1291.beta.photobucket.com/us...as%20Off%20III

    Pic of Notthepainter's power stearing pump. Glad you were able to get it back together and make a day of it

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    Wish I could've stayed the whole day but I just got home from work. Its not very often I get to wheel these trails when I'm not either alone, or the leader. Thanks to Chris and Brian for leading (and Anthony for the other group), and to all who showed up. It was good to see some new faces and stock rigs, and see how proud they were to make it over some of the obstacles. That's a nasty trail, no doubt.

    Out of curiosity, how did group 2 pass group 1?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bigshot View Post
    Out of curiosity, how did group 2 pass group 1?
    We went left when we should have gone straight... Moon lake? Half Moon Lake? I didn't quite catch the name of the location.
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    What a great day everyone! Thanks to all who came out and had fun in the rain, it started clearing up just around lunch time which was good. Everyone did well keeping pace on the trails, we finished a little earlier than expected due to no slippery snow, the last hill climb of the day can get quite interesting when its slick, Dave - 004runner clocked us at just around 1800 ft when we peaked! Im glad some of you were able to stick around for some food after the run, even if they were a bit slow and the steak was overcooked ;), I hope those who had a long drive home made it safe. Also a big thank you to all who donated toys! We are helping to make a difference.

    When I get to my computer I'll post up some pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivoryring View Post
    We went left when we should have gone straight... Moon lake? Half Moon Lake? I didn't quite catch the name of the location.

    Ohhhh you took the left at the top of the big hill, instead of staying straight on the logging road / Class 6. Well, that left is also a class 6. The one planned in the route is further down - you'd keep straight another mile or two on that easy road, go through a gate and come out on a dirt road with houses, and another mile or so down the hill is the left that was planned.

    The one you guys took can get a little sketchy!
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    ^ I was think about that one Matt--the one we took was better I think and we never got to hit it on the Fall Crawl ;)

    Chris the link did not work for me :( But thanks again for leading group two and I think getting to Tooky's about the same time worked out great!

    Thanks again to Anthony for stepping up :)

    Too bad so many people cancelled because of the weather--it really only rained on the drive over and there was no freezing rain all day or night either. Thank you to those that didn't care what the weatherman said and attended.
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    Corrected link for Chris' Photobucket: http://s1291.beta.photobucket.com/us...as%20Off%20III
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivoryring View Post
    It seems like we didn't stop that much for spotting in Group 2, so I only got a few pics.
    Ya to bad we didn't have more photo opportunities but with it getting dark at 4 I thought it was good that we kept moving. Plus everyone did great over the tricky spots.
    I agree it seemed like the left we took was a pretty good but long trail.
    Ivy thanks for fixing my link I will go back and fix it.

    Slow service and overcooked food is not a good combo.

    Muddr1 and I dropped off the toys. WMUR and Rock 101 was there taking some pictures, not sure if they will make it on TV or a site.
    They were excited to have a Jeep pull up full of toys.
    We counted closed to 45 toys donated, they said by noon they had over 700 toys donated today alone and over 8K for the past 3 days. Way to step up everyone.
    Great effort to all that showed up and to those who didn't but still donated anyways thank you!
    I will post some pictures in a bit
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    Just saw a segment on WMUR on the toy drive, no mention of ENH that I saw. Great on the total toys... WMUR piece said 9000 toys donated.
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    Here are some pictures from the toy drop off that Muddr1 and I did today at Toys are us. The little one is my nefew who wanted to come. He had his eyes on the Marine for sure.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bigshot View Post
    Out of curiosity, how did group 2 pass group 1?
    We took that left before the last one and they took a 15 min break. on the mountian.
    Group 2 did a great job over the technical parts and kept things moving.
    Never under estimate stock rides and newbies. and a lead with looking to get the group out of the woods before dark
    Dont get us wrong, we don't mind riding in the dark but we had guys from Vermont and Maine on the ride.

    Great job Anthony for stepping up and pulling off a great ride
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