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    my first good ride

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    I went on what I consider my first good ride on the Tdub. I headed out on a forest service road to check out 2 lakes in the bush. on the way back I decided to head up a mountain, above a place called Enderby Cliffs. pretty much straight up and down for about 25 km. must be the highest point around, I could look down on the ski hill on the next mountain. I could have gone higher but there was snow in the way, next time. 5 hour trip, fantastic!
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    Wow, good view!
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    Every different area has it's beauty. From the desert to the high country of the Northwest, it is so good to ride the TW in these areas. My quad is parked. I suppose there will be a day though that it will be my ride into the wilderness. Until then, the TW is the ride of choice.

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    that was a good view Admiral, I sat there and ate my lunch and just stared. riding in bc is different than riding in Idaho, as we only get a good view ( or any view) when we come to a spot that has been logged, other wise all we can see is trees. unlike riding in your home state, where you probably can see for miles most of the time.
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    grewen, lovely views indeed!
    Have you considered joining the Moab Madness sometime? There you don't have to climb a tree to see into the distance.
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    yes Fred, I sure have!! timing hasn't been right so far. I am hoping for next may
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