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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 12:25 am 
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LOL, I just can't win with this photo uploading gig! :lol:



I’ll do ya a solid Hawg. A free CR [courtesy rotation]. Next time I’ll be charging.


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:21 pm 
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Jeez. That makes all the difference. Thanks, DJ. Now that I can see the selfie upright, it looks like Mr. H's friend is not too happy back there.

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:53 pm 
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Stupid question alert!

Does those mini dinosaurs not bite?

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2019 10:29 pm 
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Not at all, but they have a weird defense mech where they squirt blood out of their eyes! I think these guys are on The List for endangerment.

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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 12:17 am 
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Magura wrote:
Stupid question alert!

Does those mini dinosaurs not bite?

Magura :)



Lol
No, as docile as a T–Rex. Seriously though, very docile. Cool little creatures and as a Ray said getting more scarce every year. I only had two sightings in the 25 years I lived in SoCal.

Not wise to piss off it’s ancestors.


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:28 am 
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Exactly!
That's the image I had in my head, when I saw your pic.
Hence the question.


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Hawg, there was a bunch of them on the trails just north of the train tracks on Miramar Marine Base a decade ago. They are all gone now. Those trails have been turned into the Miramar National Cemetery, and people are dying to get in there, I'm told.
I bet DJ remembers those.

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Ray Dolor wrote:
Hawg, there was a bunch of them on the trails just north of the train tracks on Miramar Marine Base a decade ago. They are all gone now. Those trails have been turned into the Miramar National Cemetery, and people are dying to get in there, I'm told.
I bet DJ remembers those.


Sadly, it's pretty much the same elsewhere, at least in So Cal for the Horned Lizard. It's an ant eater by nature so with that specific diet, it's easy to see how things can go out of whack for a species. They do eat just about anything that fits into their mouths but it takes ants to satisfy their dietary needs.

That said, my friend (our friend) Derek (Bike&Fish) has seen Horned Lizards on back to back rides in the Las Vegas area recently. So, out in the desert, those species appear to be thriving.


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Ray Dolor wrote:
Hawg, there was a bunch of them on the trails just north of the train tracks on Miramar Marine Base a decade ago. They are all gone now. Those trails have been turned into the Miramar National Cemetery, and people are dying to get in there, I'm told.
I bet DJ remembers those.


I do remember seeing trails in that area off highway 15 however I never rode them. Both of my sightings were in the Mission trails trail system south east of there.


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I did a Backbone Trail recon ride with a bud yesterday. Since this section of trail (Encinal Canyon Road to Mishe Mokwa) has just reopened, we wanted to see what the Santa Monica Mountains look like now after that huge fire that went through there late last year. Sadly, the entire area has been transformed into almost completely barren hillsides. Gone are almost all of the areas of dense Chaparral that once covered the range. Only a few isolated areas of that stuff left. 95% of it is a scattering of black sticks and branches poking up through a magnificent wildflower bloom that carpets the hillsides in white, purple, yellow, and red. At least we have the wildflowers. A considerable amount of the trail itself had to be rebuilt, meaning a Bobcat had gone through and plowed a wide, loose, gravel covered path. But, we had a great ride. It would appear that the word is not yet out that this section of trail has reopened because we saw very few others out there.

19.85 miles
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Cool! ^
Thanks for posting the photo right side up this time, less work for me.


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Was gone for the week. Guess where?
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Looks like Utah?


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I attended the Mount Wilson Biking Association annual Pancake Breakfast fundraiser today. They are the folks who build and maintain our local trails. They announced today that they are currently raising funds to build a bike park in the forest on the grounds of a local ski resort. I feasted on pancakes and sausages and I even won some swag in the raffle.

The event was held at Henninger Flats up Mt Wilson Toll Road. It's a 2.5 mile, 1300' gain mega-grind to get there and it was not fun to do early in the morning. There was at least 200 hundred attendees which included many cycling friends of mine and many other familiar faces who I have seen while riding over the years and in the bike shops.


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Sounds like a good time. You're really close, the Kokopelli trail in Fruita. My son got an inch of snow in the morning and we timed the ride in between rain. I really love the Mesa.

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Sounds like a good time. You're really close, the Kokopelli trail in Fruita. My son got an inch of snow in the morning and we timed the ride in between rain. I really love the Mesa.



Nice!


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Looks great norton. Big sky kinda place


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norton55 wrote:
You're really close, the Kokopelli trail in Fruita. My son got an inch of snow in the morning and we timed the ride in between rain. I really love the Mesa.


Not sure if I mentioned this but a group of my friends just returned from a Bikerpelli trip (Fruita to Moab in 3 days).


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Nice. 8-)

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Nice pics, Norton.
And DJ, the trails I was referring to were on the mesa north of the train tracks and were visible from 809 north. A fairly small area that still managed to contain just around 10 miles of single track. Then came the cemetery.

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Ray Dolor wrote:
Nice pics, Norton.
And DJ, the trails I was referring to were on the mesa north of the train tracks and were visible from 809 north. A fairly small area that still managed to contain just around 10 miles of single track. Then came the cemetery.



The 805 north. Not recalling them but I’m getting older every day. ;)

You may be interested to read what happened east of you. I entered it in this thread yesterday.


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