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    Quote Originally Posted by offroadaz View Post
    ...especially for being unedited
    Them kinds of words can get you lens whipped
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    Absolutely amazing, Virgil. Great shots of Bob, but great scenery shots and colors. You have a really good eye, man.

    Pleasure running with you last week. thanks for making me look good, by the way. Potato Salad Hill can kiss my dressing. =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skatchkins View Post
    Them kinds of words can get you lens whipped
    ROFLMAO. You got that right. they are great pictures. period.
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    Finally had a chance to sit down and look through these. Very nice pictures, I especially like the one of the XJ on the jutting overlook! Where is that?

    Looks like you guys had a great time. Now I miss Moab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number 7 View Post
    I especially like the one of the XJ on the jutting overlook! Where is that?
    That trail is called Top of the World. You have to take the highway about 30 miles north of Moab to the Dewey Bridge and then it goes SE to the overlook. It's in the Wells book for Moab. It was 10-12 miles in and then back out the same route. I'd rate the trail a good 3.25. It had quite a few rock steps/shelves to go up and down, but nothing overly difficult.

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    I used one of my Moab photos to update my profile banner on 4x4Ham.com. I think it turned out awesome! Check it out. http://4x4ham.ning.com/profile/Virgil

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    nice, looks good!
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    Man, that rocks! Good call, Virgil.
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    Cool

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