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Unread 03-09-2010, 09:19 PM   #16
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Wow, another stock rubicon off the showroom floor

Should I be impressed you like to look for wild flowers in Hawaii and Colorado? I've done Black Bear twice. It is an awesome view, but hardly technical. If your going to run your mouth about the city I was born and raised in, why dont you bring some good points to the table on why it's lame?

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Unread 03-10-2010, 02:11 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by ZonaJeep View Post
If a 2dr Rubi is a mall crawler.

Search around the forums toughguy, I've wheeled everywhere from Hawaii to Black Bear Pass.

My father lives in La Plata and his extended family is from Farmington, FYI, the only thing I found to be worth a **** out there is Navajo Lake- everything else I drove to Durango/Bayfield/Silverton/Ouray for.
Havent done Hawaii, but have done every major trail in the Ouray-Silverton area.
The scenery IS light years better than Farmington.
(which is why i go there)
But as far as trail difficulty levels, Ouray isnt even on the same page.
One reason i dont often take my stock Cherokee (upcountry package) out there to the Glade.
Most Farmington trails i wont even try with the Jeep.
I do take my XR650R out there for fun, but most trails are too technical even for it.
Do an internet search.
Farmington has some majorly bad nasty nasty trails.
If i can find some pics , i'll post more.
Thats why i like Ouray-Silverton. Much easier on the Cherokee.

Although there IS Poughkeepsie..................
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