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Date: October 11, 2008

Saturday was the start of my final weekend in Moab this trip. I decided to go on another official trail ride and tag along with Jared who was leading Porcupine Rim. Only about eight Jeeps showed up for this trail ride, which I thought was good. However, this trail turned out to be very very bumpy and it took us longer that we had planned to complete the trail. Not to mention that we also missed a turn and passed up the loop we were planning on taking by a few miles. The night before, the temperatures in Moab had dropped pretty significantly and while we were on the trail the wind picked up pretty good and threw a lot of dust into the air. Even with the windy weather and bumpy trail, we had a great day!

Part of our group at the trailhead


We started the trail by Fins & Things


Bumpy trail along Negro Bill Canyon


Climbing one of the bigger ledges on the trail


Plenty of dust in the air at the first overlook


Dust over Castle Valley
 

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Dust hiding the La Sal Mountains


Following close to Porcupine Rim


On our way back, we took an alternate loop that is not very well travelled


Coffee Pot Rock in the background


Back at Porcupine Rim on the way back....still plenty of dust in the air


Full gallery can be found here:

Porcupine Rim
 

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I can't wait until I finally get a chance to go out there and all these amazing pics just make me wanna go even more
 

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:) Makes me want to get my heep in proper moab condition.
I think mine is just about ready to go, just I have no one to go with and no money to go. I guess I will wait and see how it does in Colorado next summer before I take it out to Moab
 
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