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Like to have got the Camo 360 out but got a leaky carb. At first I thought it was pilot screw or gummed up carb since the guy I bought him from didn't know the carb drain hose existed, but starts, idles and runs perfect so I think internals are fine. Pretty sure its the gasket, and I have an OEM replacement, but looks like the screws are somewhat stripped-I was hoping to just replace gasket with carb still on machine after taking the tank off, but I may have to take the carb off due to the screws apparently being over torqued. So just the red one got out for now.....
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but did you catch any fish???????????? 😎
Hah nope. Didn't bring a pole. Ya know, I haven't seen anyone fishing Guernsey lately, and there's fish you can see, and lotsa little coves and bays...mostly water skiers and jet skis running around. These two were fishing-I don't know what they are....
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Hah nope. Didn't bring a pole. Ya know, I haven't seen anyone fishing Guernsey lately, and there's fish you can see, and lotsa little coves and bays...mostly water skiers and jet skis running around. These two were fishing-I don't know what they are.... View attachment 76184
Those are grebe's. Probably Western Grebe.
 
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Thanks. That's them. I knew they weren't loons. Loons and pelicans along with usual ducks are on that lake.
 

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Really like that straight ahead shot with the peaks in the background. Last one, the wheeler is trying to decide do I really want to deal with that white stuff yet.
 

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The perfect combo. ;)



I seldom stay in campgrounds the my friends that invited me had already made reservations.
The two trailers next to me are the friends that I went with.










Looking up....



and looking down. :ROFLMAO:





Further inside the mine. o_O



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How far did you go in the snow??
I stopped right where that pic was. I could see up around the next corner that the snow just kept getting deeper and deeper, and nobody had been up it.
 
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The perfect combo. ;)



I seldom stay in campgrounds the my friends that invited me had already made reservations.
The two trailers next to me are the friends that I went with.










Looking up....



and looking down. :ROFLMAO:





Further inside the mine. o_O



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I love Amasa Basin. I go that way when I hike up Notch Peak. Those big granite boulders are awesome.
Where was that campground you stayed in? Delta?
 

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I love Amasa Basin. I go that way when I hike up Notch Peak. Those big granite boulders are awesome.
Where was that campground you stayed in? Delta?
Yep, in Delta. I'm not much into staying in campgrounds.



We camped out there back in May 2017. This is my preferred method of camping. (y)
 
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Looks like nice riding and exploring. Didn't even know this area was there....I like to go thru Delta when I go down to Washington County for a vacation break. I love to drive, so I don't like Interstates. Take the 2 lane from Santaquin out to Tintic and down, usually have a sandwich in Delta, then down to Enoch. Seems like summer there already.
 

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Rode up the Max Reid Trail yesterday to see how far we could get.

This was coming back down the biggest snowbank we encountered until
the trail became impassable.


Here's my friend coming through the snow.



This was the first tree we had to remove from the trail.





This is where we stopped. We could have cut the tree but there was just too much snow
on the other side to go up any further.



We took a short ride down into Bear Hollow to see this cool little spring.
Last time I was here there was quite a bit of bear scat but not this time.
 
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Rode up the Max Reid Trail yesterday to see how far we could get.

This was coming back down the biggest snowbank we encountered until
the trail became impassable.


Here's my friend coming through the snow.



This was the first tree we had to remove from the trail.





This is where we stopped. We could have cut the tree but there was just too much snow
on the other side to go up any further.



We took a short ride down into Bear Hollow to see this cool little spring.
Last time I was here there was quite a bit of bear scat but not this time.
Looks like the ole big horns didnt do to well.
 

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Looks like the ole big horns didnt do to well.
Eric just didn't get on the throttle hard enough.
My friend with the Can Am 850 Max has Big Horns on it and he out performs me everywhere regardless of the tires I have on. Kind of pisses me off. :ROFLMAO:
 
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