Check out some pictures I took in West Virginia, ya'll.

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  1. BaddFunn

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    5 of my friends and I loaded up some machines and an RV and went to the Hatfield McCoy trail system in West Virginia. We left the 9th and got back on the 13th.

    This place is fucking awesome fun.

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    Y'all
     
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    Oh, my bad. Thanks :mrpeanut:
     
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    No problem lol

    Looking forward to some cool pics.
     
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    All kinds of logging and coal mining going on up in the mountains and they cut in a shitload of trails to rip around on.

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    some of the puddles are deeper than they look.

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    Killer. I'm from charleston but never been on hatfield McCoy. Last time I was on a four wheeler they were 3 wheelers! Glad you had a good time
     
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    moar. :popcorn:
     
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    we had to use the Razor to winch him out of the mud.

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    most people probably look at this and think, "why would anyone want to get stuck in the mud and covered in dirt and mud every day?" But it's all kinds of hilarious fun. My one friend buried that razor so deep the headlight was under water and the seat belt was holding him under water. We fucking pissed ourselves laughing. No pics of that because I was busy getting in position to winch him out.
     
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    First day out was Thurs and we got a late start because we had to unload all the machines and buy trail passes so we only did 66 miles. Day 2 was the most miles anyone who was on the trip did in one day in their entire lives...109 miles. let me tell ya, that was one tasty cold beer when we got back to the campsite. Day 3 we did 75 miles to bring us to 250 miles in 3 days.

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    check out the cup holders after I pulled my buddy and the Razor out of the mud.

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    trails were cool as fuck. some parts of the mountains had these wild rhododendron forests that went on forever.

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    Some really old abandoned homes and this bridge were pretty cool shit to find out there.

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    cool thread, BF
     
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    How come you took the "easiest" trail? :fil:
     
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    Thanks man.

    So in the middle of absolutely nowhere WV we find these cemeteries in the mountains so we'd stop and check them out.

    these pics are a little fucked up because the lens cover didn't fully open. I guess the dust was fucking up yet another camera.

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    that's just where we stopped so I took a pic of the sign. any of the most difficult trails we went on my asshole was too puckered to even think about taking my hands off the handlebars. the thought of taking a pic there teetering on 3 wheels wasn't even something my crazy ass would even consider.
     
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    :lol:

    that movie crossed my mind more than once when we'd see these homesteads in the middle of nowhere with some kid on the front porch playing the banjo.