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Here are a few pics from my ride to the top of Willard Peak this past weekend with friends. It's not a very technical trail ride but it's a fun ride with a good view. I didn't get pics but along for this journey was a Polaris Razor, Polaris Sportsman, Yamaha Grizzly, and my Honda Foreman. The summit is only about 9700 feet.

At the top...
https://picasaweb.google.com/112561112583540462490/WilliardPeak91314#6060156329280675090

View looking South
https://picasaweb.google.com/112561112583540462490/WilliardPeak91314#6060156331993678434

View looking East
https://picasaweb.google.com/112561112583540462490/WilliardPeak91314#6060156336716697522

Back home for a wash :)
https://picasaweb.google.com/112561112583540462490/WilliardPeak91314#6060156356607214642

One more cool picture that I took the other night about a quarter mile from my house down the road
https://picasaweb.google.com/112561112583540462490/Foreman?authkey=Gv1sRgCLT6m7iF2fixSQ#6060164481925391458
 

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Your last name is Reeves? That's awesome, my grandfather on my mom's side is Darryl Reeves. Nice pics btw
 

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Your last name is Reeves? That's awesome, my grandfather on my mom's side is Darryl Reeves. Nice pics btw
Very cool! It would be interesting to see if our genealogy was intertwined in the past few hundred years. On my dad's side of the family the 'Reeves' primarily immigrated from England. I come from a long tradition of generations of farmers. My dad still has a small spread up in Western Wyoming where I was born and raised.
 
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