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    View Poll Results: Where do you ride?
    Always/usually in an indoor arena 9 8.74%
    Always/usually in an outdoor arena 18 17.48%
    Always/usually outside, trail riding 36 34.95%
    Always/usually outside, something besides trail riding (explain) 10 9.71%
    About equal rides in each (inside, outside) 21 20.39%
    Other (explain) 9 8.74%
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        03-31-2012, 01:30 PM
    Originally Posted by Wallee    
    Now whereabouts were you in these last photos painted?

    Northern Utah, Snow Basin Ski Resort ( a favorite summer ride) is on the top of that white mountain across the valley. Ogden City is over the mountain on the opposite side.

    During the spring I ride the West facing hill sides. They melt off faster and are usually warmer. In the summer I go across the valley and ride the East and North facing hillsides, They stay cool on a hot summer day. In fact, I can leave my home at 85° and head over the Snow Basin area and it will be 15° cooler. That is the advantage of living in an area where you have dramatic elevation changes. Ride the lower elevation during the colder weather and a short 15-20 minute trailer ride, I can be 3000 foot higher in elevation and 15° cooler
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