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post #1 of 5 Old 01-09-2015, 12:25 AM Thread Starter
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Very cool pictures and commentary! Thanks for sharing.
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Indeed, what Jimbo said.

Amazing views, this one is my favorite:

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Amazing photos! I like this one.



Makes you think about when this railroad was functional a long time ago. Now it looks like some relic of history. Fun to think about.

You always have such great pictures from your exploration. Is this all near your house or do you travel pretty far to different areas in order to find all the good stuff?
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Amazing photos! I like this one.



Makes you think about when this railroad was functional a long time ago. Now it looks like some relic of history. Fun to think about.

You always have such great pictures from your exploration. Is this all near your house or do you travel pretty far to different areas in order to find all the good stuff?
This one, in a straight line, is about 15 miles or so. Takes about 30-45 minutes of graveled back road to get to the staging area, but one could drive the whole distance due to the street-legal ability here. The tracks are still used at least once a week AFAIK.

Take AZ and draw a circle around the major towns and the Indian reservations. Everything outside those circles is littered with trails, and all you need is a $20 OHV sticker and maybe street legal status ( very easy to do ). Hard to beat for riding. The reservations actually also have trails, and i believe some are marketed by the tribes...but outside of those, i don't now if i would attempt riding them.
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