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    Senior Member MrDNA's Avatar
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    Not much left to show you all of this area, but this is one of the lower canyons that has a seasonal creek running through it. It rained on Sunday, and this canyon is usually left open unless there's enough rain to cause flash floods. I escaped work an hour early and got a couple of hours in, so I'm a happy lad right now. Enjoy.



    Somewhat favorable conditions















    The creek flowing after the rains





    Previous flash floods have taken out these trees











    A little bit wet

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    A couple more pictures...



    Mojeska Peak through the clouds







    Last light











    Country roads... gotta love em!

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    Thanks for the pictures

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    Nice!

    I almost bought a condo in Trabuco Canyon back in the mid 90's.
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    Nice that you could fit a ride in after work. Kinda satisfies the riding bug. Until tomorrow anyway! Fun going through the water isn't it? Well, if it ain't too deep that is.



    Nice area to ride in. My local training area doesn't have tree's. I like tree's.



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    Looks like a nice riding spot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    Fun going through the water isn't it? Well, if it ain't too deep that is.




    Why yes, yes it is
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    Boy, you sure know all the nice S. Cal. places to ride. The area is so green. With those rain clouds, kinda looks tropical. Bet it's a whole nother world in mid August. Glad you got a break from your routine. Thanks. Gerry
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    Mrdna, thanks for the cool pics!! We need to have a S. Cal TW ride with the members down here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgizmow View Post
    Boy, you sure know all the nice S. Cal. places to ride. The area is so green. With those rain clouds, kinda looks tropical. Bet it's a whole nother world in mid August. Glad you got a break from your routine. Thanks. Gerry


    Thanks Gerry. Actually, most of my pictures these days have all been of the same mountains, just different locations and altitudes, so different species of plants & trees. This canyon probably starts at about 1000 feet above seal level. It's close to home so I spend a lot of time there. Like Admiral does of his back yard, I think of this as my training grounds... just a place to get away to
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