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Colorado Trip 2002

Colorado is the place for great 4X4 adventure



One Response to “Colorado Trip 2002”

  • Eddie:

    Love the pictures!
    What could be better, Rovers and Colorado. Although we live in Texas and spend a majority of our time working and finishing the fun of raising kids and seeing them leave the nest to build their own lives apart from the address they grew up, we have a place in Garfield (Monarch outside of Salida) and LOVE the pictures you have posted reminding us of the great memories on those trails and campsites. We spend about a month total in the mountains and you’ve now inspired more.
    Once we get our RRC restored, I am sure it will journey to Colorado quickly.
    Possible we’ll cross paths!
    Keep your passion going!

    Cheers,

    Eddie

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