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    Winter Doldrums XI - M&M Cutoff Mill Canyon to Courthouse Rock

    Riding the trail from Determination Towers down Mill Canyon then over to Courthouse Rock with Stig.

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    I love that ride! This is the perfect time to be in Moab. If you don't mind a clean hotel room that Burt Reynolds would love, you can get it for $45 buck instead of $250 in the busy season. I'm jealous, but I'm happy you've been able to enjoy it.
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    Watching Admiral and his son makes me wish I were twenty years younger, twenty pounds lighter, and had twenty more horsepower.
    One more ride to add to the Moab Bucket List.
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    Thanks for another fine ride video. Looks like you were dodging rain storms that day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Watching Admiral and his son makes me wish I were twenty years younger, twenty pounds lighter, and had twenty more horsepower.
    One more ride to add to the Moab Bucket List.
    Haha, watching my son (and riding with him) makes me feel twenty years older. Wait, I am 20+ years older than him...and 20+ pounds heavier too. Yikes.

    Not wanting day 1 too end, we broke away from what was left of the group and continued to ride. We found this trail purely by saying "let's go this way". Other than quickly seeing there "should be" a trail, we winged it. Turned out to be a fun not too difficult trail. I'd ride this trail again for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain yawp View Post
    Thanks for another fine ride video. Looks like you were dodging rain storms that day.
    Yeah, it looked like a storm was coming off in the distance. We only had a few sprinkles at the very start of our riding this day. Clouds basically broke up and we had sunny riding the rest of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moabman View Post
    I love that ride! This is the perfect time to be in Moab. If you don't mind a clean hotel room that Burt Reynolds would love, you can get it for $45 buck instead of $250 in the busy season. I'm jealous, but I'm happy you've been able to enjoy it.
    With a forum name of Moabman, I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess you're very familiar with the riding territory.
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    Great Vid Admiral!
    Thanks for sharing.
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