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    Smashing Pumpkins, and other great BFE trails

    The Grand Mesa Jeep Club, went over to Area BFE and installed the new sign for Smashing Pumpkins. We also started laying out the newest trail which will open this fall sometime. On the way over we drove past Coyote Canyon, which is now fenced off with a locked gate. Also fenced was all the dispersed camping areas along the road to BFE. Personally I feel like the fences with the "No Camping" signs look much better than the occasional camper parked along the road. We are so lucky to have the BLM managing our public land. Lucky, lucky, lucky.

    Anyway, there were 5 rigs, so after the sign install, and the hiking, we decided to hit the trails of BFE. We ran Smashing Pumpkins, Greenday, and Helldorado, and had a great time. On to the pictures.



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    Not too many pictures from me yet, somebody else probably has some more.
    Then we were on to Greenday.
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    Love that sign. Who made it?
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    Check out the rear wheels........


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    Helldorado


    Darn camera strap
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    my favorite, there were several of us that drove the waterfall, but this run was a stand out.

    One more blast pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UNSTUCK View Post
    Love that sign. Who made it?
    Thank you, I built it, and it was donated to BFE by the Grand Mesa Jeep Club.
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    Looks like a super awesome time!!! Thanks for the pics!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badbuggy View Post
    Thank you, I built it, and it was donated to BFE by the Grand Mesa Jeep Club.
    That is so awesome! Much respect!
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    thanks your trip reports always rock! and thanks for building the sign

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    did anyone try Beach's crazy line on Suicide Hill? Hard to Reach.
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    No, but we did look at it, but not for long.
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