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Crap news and an idea....

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by 89GMCSuburban, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. 89GMCSuburban

    89GMCSuburban 1/2 ton status

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    Here's the crap news....we had 3 new guys at work and I was moving to days....well....one failed the drug test, the other worked for one day and figured the field wasn't for him. That leaves one new guy, which means, I'm still on frickin graveyards for a while till they find more noobs...but they moved my schedule again, wed. through saturday night, which without two weeks notice, leaves me out of luck for saturday runs. I'd like to go out to Marble for the run on the 17th, but I'd never make it consider what time I get out of work.

    Which brings me to the next idea, I haven't seen any thoughts of running the trails around Red Cone. There are a lot of trails around there with some great views. Webster pass, Red Cone itself, Radical Hill, The forks....plenty to do. Any thoughts on it?
     
  2. mrk5

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    I've never done any of those trails.

    So does that mean you need to do Sunday runs?
     
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    Sundays are fine with me when I have time and wheels.
     
  5. Uncle Fester

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    I have accually thought about moving back to the THORNTON area,I was THS '87, what kinda work you do?
     

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