Thread: A night at the cabin 9/16

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    Default A night at the cabin 9/16

    Sorry Biggreen, after seeing some pics of the club run this weekend, I had to get up in the hills. Weather reports called for snow around 8500ft. Well, I should know better than to trust the weather man. I woke up today with blue sky, not the weather I hoped for. I got up there around 7pm last night, only to find the combo I had gotten from my dad was wrong and couldnt get into the gate, after a drive back into town to get the right combo I got to the house around 8pm. Cooked some burgers, had a few and enjoyed the rest of the night. Here are some pics, enjoy.
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    -Perry Loughridge, aka "Skelator". 4th gen Coloradoan.
    -1987 Toyota 4runner. Flat bed by Proffitts Cruisers. 5.29 gears, rear locker, 33" mt/r's. "Snackster cooker"

    "Happy in the Green Country!"

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    Nice Pictures! What is the evevation of your cabin?
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    Sorry I missed ya dOOd, but work called

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingwil
    Nice Pictures! What is the evevation of your cabin?
    Right around 8500ft. Backs up to the Mt.Evans Wilderness.

    Brian, no worries. We will get together soon.
    -Perry Loughridge, aka "Skelator". 4th gen Coloradoan.
    -1987 Toyota 4runner. Flat bed by Proffitts Cruisers. 5.29 gears, rear locker, 33" mt/r's. "Snackster cooker"

    "Happy in the Green Country!"

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    Glad you had a good time. As luck would have it I really need to be around this weekend, so no worries.

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    Looks like a great place to spend time. I would love to have a little high mountain retreat.
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