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Old 02-18-2009, 08:03 AM
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Yes B.E.S.T. is still around, I am a spousal member.
BTW, the signs are aircraft grade alumium.
This pic was talken back on 08/25/2007 when RubyDoo was still new and stock.



Me on the left and Rhonda (the pres) on the right.
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Old 02-18-2009, 11:47 AM
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Old 04-01-2009, 07:28 AM
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So the trail can be run with a stock JK Rubicon.
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Trail has tight twisty turns. Orginally it was rerouted by the WWJC and we layed it out for Flatfenders. Many years have past since then. Many wheelers with chainsaws have fixed it for themselves. Last summer the tightest turn required 3 point turn with my YJ. I can almost do it (that turn) in my Flattie with out a pause. When we set it up that turn was at least a four point turn with a Flattie. Time changes everything.
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Many wheelers with chainsaws have fixed it for themselves.
That is sad.
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Old 04-02-2009, 04:45 AM
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Nevertheless the trail remains on of my favorites. If you run the trail try to take the trail that goes out to the Rocky Saddle bluff. The views are really good. If you camp up there you can set op a lawnchair to watch the sunset and from the same place location you can watch the sunrise.

The trail # escapes me right now but it is well marked. And is nothing more than a drive thru the woods.
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Nevertheless the trail remains on of my favorites. If you run the trail try to take the trail that goes out to the Rocky Saddle bluff. The views are really good. If you camp up there you can set op a lawnchair to watch the sunset and from the same place location you can watch the sunrise.

The trail # escapes me right now but it is well marked. And is nothing more than a drive thru the woods.
Have you caught the trail # yet??? I am not old enough to know what you are referring to as Rocky Saddle bluff..LOL I think maybe the end of 688??? Where the Saddle is ?
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Old 05-01-2009, 06:35 AM
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Just to keep you all updated, B.E.S.T. 4x4 club has a run set-up for June 12-14th to due our yearly spring trail clean-up.
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Old 05-01-2009, 10:36 AM
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Most excellent JK kat glad to see BEST is still up and running and keeping up the trails!
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Have you caught the trail # yet??? I am not old enough to know what you are referring to as Rocky Saddle bluff..LOL I think maybe the end of 688??? Where the Saddle is ?
It used to be the 601 back before the drop off was closed, and the trail re-routed through the 330
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