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Hope everyone has a great New Year. If your lucky, or unlucky depending on your situation, to be in front of the computer this evening. I'll throw out some New Year stoke:thumbsup:

RSclimb took us to one of his old stomping grounds. The terrain, the views, and the atmosphere in general were second to none. We spent time resurrecting some old lines and developing new ones as well.

I got a couple of good photo's or Rich doing his thing

Happy New year peeps!







 

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The soil is prime for building...

This soil is sweet. Akin to what you would find at Otero. Kind of powdery and packs well with little moisture. Take some jugs of H20 with you so you can play with building jumps and lines. You will most definitely need some digging/shaping tools as well.

Directions: Very difficult to explain. Its on the far west side of the mesa near the reservation boundary. Yellow Hills. If you know some moto dudes they should be able to tell you. At the end of Southern Blvd ( turns to dirt )make your way into the creek bed that drops you off of the back side of the mesa. From here its about 6 miles or so through the deep wash. You will see abandoned trucks, ski doos, ********, bubbas shootin' their pistolas, quads...etc.

You absolutely need a 4wd to get there as here is a 1/4 mile stretch leading into the wash that is steep, loose, and rutted.
 
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