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    • I went looking for my track files and they seem to be gone. I might have short-sightedly deleted them ... or they may have been lost in the great server crash of 2019. I guess we will need to make some new ones! 🤷‍♂️
    • I don't have any Range tracks...would ya send me the track for that pretty please ?
    • And Joc and I didn’t make it out last night.  It’s just been too busy of a week.  (And I just donated blood, Donation #93, I kid you not!)   Probably next week!
    • I don’t remember ever going over that culvert.  But I’ve only been in there a couple of times, almost 20 yrs ago. Time to make some new memories!  
    • My memory is totally gone ... I'm looking at that spot on satellite and it's different from how I remember it and other parts of that trail that I explored years and years ago. @littlered was right re: where that part of the trail comes through into the traditional Range trail - it looks like there are some other options that are not really visible on satellite which is likely where we were to get to the culvert and where the famous @JKWhoo! stump / tub incident occurred 🙂
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