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Just some pictures from Hells Gate. I honestly totally forgot that I took these pictures - it was the only time I took out my camera that day.
Nice shots Nat. I have noticed that I can fit a lot more fun in a day when the camera stays in the bag. Since all most all our runs are at least 50 miles a day, plus side trip exploring, the camera is mostly in the bag.
Unless my wife is shooting moving targets that is.
 

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haha the trail we run are usually 1 mile to 2 miles long and take all day , she didnt bring out the camera much cause of the wind and she did not care for hell revenge at all
 

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haha the trail we run are usually 1 mile to 2 miles long and take all day , she didnt bring out the camera much cause of the wind and she did not care for hell revenge at all
yea winds gusting at 60ish mph, sand blasting you in the face doesn't make me want to get out and take pictures

and no, I did not care for that trail one bit.
 

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yea winds gusting at 60ish mph, sand blasting you in the face doesn't make me want to get out and take pictures

and no, I did not care for that trail one bit.
lol...No sh*t, I f someone had said. "If you love rollercoasters and looking out into nothing but sky, or steep dropoffs on all sides, youll love this trail) it wasnt really hard, but friggen nerve racking at times. I might have picked something else...I hate off camber crap when theres nothing but a 200' mountain to roll down. But cinnamon took it all in stride, she laid on the passenger seat the whole time(doggy valium :) )
 

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lol...No sh*t, I f someone had said. "If you love rollercoasters and looking out into nothing but sky, or steep dropoffs on all sides, youll love this trail) it wasnt really hard, but friggen nerve racking at times. I might have picked something else...I hate off camber crap when theres nothing but a 200' mountain to roll down. But cinnamon took it all in stride, she laid on the passenger seat the whole time(doggy valium :) )
You nailed it on the head Brutal. It just really rattled my nerves and I was over the trail pretty close to the start of it. There was a section between obstacles where we were driving sideways on an incline and then we had to make a turn and it was very tippy feeling to me and at that moment I knew I was going to hate that trail. I am sad I didn't get to meet cinnamon :(
 
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