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Old 05-20-2008   #31
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Originally Posted by rick d View Post
That is a pretty funny pic and this is a great thread that I missed before.

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Old 05-20-2008   #32
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got the rig together last night and rode it in today, hoping to hit boulder creek for some early easy practice this evening!!

she's a little topheavy with the boat only to one side, have to use both side pieces and put the boat a little diagonal... rolled it last night on a down hill sharp curve

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Old 06-06-2008   #33
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I finally found a trailer and fixed her up. Works like a charm. Rode her up the poudre today for a little Hewletts run. I have affectionately named the trailer Tugjob.

I was a little worried about the logistics of gettin up the Bridges section. I was worried the gradient was going to be too steep after hearing that a local swimming legend had swam there a few days before, but it was actually pretty easy going.
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