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Old 04-27-2012, 06:58 PM   #11
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Re: Jimin'y on the move again. Fruita CO/ SLC UT tell the 6t

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Hot tomato omg this piZza rocks
Beer ain't bad either.
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:28 PM   #12
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Oh ya not driving far


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Old 04-27-2012, 07:32 PM   #13
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Maybe popping the top on mulberry


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Old 04-27-2012, 08:53 PM   #14
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Re: Jimin'y on the move again. Fruita CO/ SLC UT tell the 6t

Ha, 3 block from my house! Too bad I have to work tomorrow, i'd have a beer or 5 with ya.
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Re: Jimin'y on the move again. Fruita CO/ SLC UT tell the 6t

For those who are new to traveling across Colorado, stopping occassionally for pizza, don't be alarmed if you see locals putting honey on pizza crust.

It's just one of those funny things we do in the rockies.
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Yep we leave in only two days and a 11 hour drive but finally get to ride Fruita. The fat tire festiville should be fun. Camping should be hard to find but thats why I have a SMB right.

Slc and the grandson for a break mid week then maybe ride Gooseberry on the way home.

So keep a eye out if your in the area. We are not hard to miss with a Gooseberry mesa trail marker sticker on the back door.

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Have fun.
If you do hit Gooseberry, I'd appreciate a recap on which trails to ride and camping spots.
If my map reading skills are accurate, Gooseberry is doable from LA over a 3 day weekend. Much more accessible than Moab or Fruita. I've also been told the Little creek area near GB has great riding.
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Re: Jimin'y on the move again. Fruita CO/ SLC UT tell the 6t

L. Creek is just as good as Gooseberry but has different character. Even though it's on the next mesa south on the same lowermost member of the Chinle Formation the slickrock is smoother. And there is more singletrack.
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Old 04-28-2012, 08:21 AM   #18
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Re: Jimin'y on the move again. Fruita CO/ SLC UT tell the 6t

And for Jage, if I recall correctly, Hot Tomato has a gluten free pizza crust option.


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Old 04-28-2012, 09:02 AM   #19
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Well, I had to work yesterday so I missed Gooseberry at the Tomato. I have today off if you are checking messages. My mistake, I meant to post that I work Friday. I just read through my threads and I didn't mention that important piece of information. Story of my life. Hope to try again today.

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Yes on gooseberry just call.

We are heading to the town from 18th in a few.


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