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Unread 04-12-2010, 03:37 PM   #1
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Anza Borrego Post Earthquake pix

So Cal Earthquake - dodging boulders in Anza Borrego -*PICTURES ADDED* - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

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Wow, that would suck to be on the dead end side of a rock fall. Or under it.
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I wonder if my 8K lb winch could move this out of the way...

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I wonder if my 8K lb winch could move this out of the way...
I'm wondering, if we had a large caliber....
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Any one here remember the rock, north of I-8 in Boulevard?

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that happened on a sunday right, i bet someone was out there wheeling and got the crap scared out of them
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Any one here remember the rock, north of I-8 in Boulevard?
I was out there last week and noticed the balancing rock was gone, bummer.

Heading out the I-8 just before Ocotillo there's a giant sinkhole in the side of the hill on the north side of the freeway, and pretty impressive all of the boulders along the freeway from Boulevard east that have rolled down the hills.

Looking forward to poking around out there this weekend
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Big earthquake in China today. 6.9 I believe.
The earth is alive! (and pissed off it appears)
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She's not pissed off at us because we tread lightly.

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wow! cool pictures, thanks for the link. Now that trail looks like much more of a challenge!
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Unread 04-19-2010, 07:32 PM   #11
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There were alot more boulders to go around on the Pinyon MT trail. And Heart Attack hill got filled a little bit it seems, that first drop wasn't much of a drop this time.
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