Thanksgiving Video '09 in Sand Lake Oregon.....

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Thanksgiving Video '09 in Sand Lake Oregon.....

Post by Mudkattgowfo » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:37 pm

This is my first try at video and editing so please be kind. And the weather was great.

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Re: Thanksgiving Video '09 in Sand Lake Oregon.....

Post by Jerry Seaver » Wed Dec 02, 2009 1:59 pm

Very nice video. Is the traffic all one way? If not, I'll bet it gets interesting when someone is coming from the opposite direction. Looks like a fun place to ride.

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Re: Thanksgiving Video '09 in Sand Lake Oregon.....

Post by Mudkattgowfo » Wed Dec 02, 2009 7:23 pm

It's what we call "The One Way" trail. If you looked at Sand Lake on a map it would make sense that everyone rode in a clockwise direction and the direction I am headed in would be correct. If you notice I am way at the end of the line so others in front protect me.

However "sense" does not always prevail and I have met (not hit) people going the other way. The Rangers won't post signs as then they have a liability and maint issue.

At night it's better as you can see the lights coming and stop in plently of time.

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Re: Thanksgiving Video '09 in Sand Lake Oregon.....

Post by Sandcock » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:23 pm

Great video dude =D> The experience that I had riding the trails last year was the best. The area is small but is open to some good fun.
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