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Dinotrax 2004


For the third year in a row we headed to the far corner of the Uintas to soak up the cool
vibe at the Dinotrax Festival in Red Canyon. Somethings should never change. I recognized
almost everyone from the years past, so it was almost a reunion. Each year, the festival
stays about the same size, has the same low key feel, and takes me to that place that I
never want to leave.

These are my images.

Dinotrax: Ponderosas

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Thanks... I needed that.

-james

stokey said:
For the third year in a row we headed to the far corner of the Uintas to soak up the coolvibe at the Dinotrax Festival in Red Canyon. Somethings should never change. I recognizedalmost everyone from the years past, so it was almost a reunion. Each year, the festivalstays about the same size, has the same low key feel, and takes me to that place that I never want to leave.


 

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Maybe add a beep after each pic to look up and check

Just giving you $hit. Sorry I had to miss out this year. We still need to get a ride in this year. I was up building more trail out to Indian point. If you and Martin want to come down I show the ride it big & tuff. Up on the Grand Mesa 7 hour & 25 miles countless rocks to hit.
Thanks for the pics see you later.
Oh and TJ is all fun.

Up on the trail cutting tread.
 

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Went 2 years ago and had a blast. Unfortunately, we weren't able to get back last year or this year; but we're hoping for next year!

For all those curious, it's a GREAT festival!

Stokey - Where's the party pics?
 
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