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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by TRFCSUX, Sep 1, 2017.
A Trump golf course on top of hi-rise condo's!?!?
No condos here. Not in a town like Nederland.
Something of a more definite positive nature...
Actually, won't be too far away from you when all is said and done eventually.
Are you engaged?
Engaged is such a term.
Nice, let me the first to congratulate you Brother Beno!
We'll be psyched to have you local!
Probably right about this time next year I'll be back in EST.
No moss gathering on any of the rolling stones in this thread.
It took a couple of days longer to get to video editing, but here is the updated video for Mosquito Pass on trailsoffroad!
Nice video Tracy. Man, what spectacular scenery.
This was the scariest part of the entire trip for me, the first switchback going down Black Bear Pass. Quite tight for an 80 with a large rock right on the inside of the turn. I thought for sure I'd do some damage to the side of the truck on this one. I couldn't push the brake pedal hard enough when approaching the edge in preparation for making a three (or was it five???) point turn.
Wow there are some good pictures there can't wait to see the rest! Scenery was awesome, didn't matter which direction you looked on any given day it was tremendous all around.
West side of Stony Pass it is a steep one!
This was an interesting spot on the south side of Pearl Pass, obviously on one of the slide rock shelve sections. We ran into a jeep coming down and shunted him off to the side while the three of us squeezed by. Other than the jeep the only other traffic we encountered on the main section of pearl were a few motorcycles.
This was Breakneck Pass the first dirt road we did on the trip. Tight going through all the trees and shrubbery!
East side of Cinnamon Pass a short distance away from where we encountered the animals (sheep or goats?). You can see the pass road in the distance as it climbs from right to left to the saddle of the pass.