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Well lets just say this ATV trip was a trip. Woke up with a splitting headace, and sick to my stomache. Once George and I got on the road in the afternoon the temp was 108 degrees, and of course 3/4 of the way there my truck was acting up. Seemed liked it was vapor locking, but we finally made it. I also tore my right rear CV boot on my Outlander, had a flat tire on my trailer, alarm crapped out on my truck, cable to my GPS broke, tire sealant explode in my bag similar to what happen to Mark, and his KQ. I was surprised to make it back in one piece. Other than that the riding was great, I was only able to GPS only 1/4 of Cross Bar Ranch. Kirk who helps Brad, is now establishing new trails, and to maintain existing ones. Kirk has done an outstanding job, and there are many more trails than last year. Everyone kept on saying this place has alot of potential, well guess what its happening more and more trails are being added. Look for things to really pick up once Brad gets a $300,000 grant to make improvements to the park. This is a great place and is only getting better. I will be going back to finish up GPSing the property soon.  
No you aren't seeing things the Prairie 700 didn't change colors, George is now riding an 07 Outlander 650EFI. This was the first real technical ride for George, and the Outlander. George said it handled like a dream, and is enjoying it. Oh, he is running 27" Bighorns, mounted on Motosports Pikes Peak Black.

I think it might be time to create the Bomb Squad Steve suggest this some time ago. Steve and Wendy ride Outlander 400s, George Outlander 650, Myself Outlander 800, and my buddy J rides an Outlander 800. 
George and the Outty's on the trail. This is the parking area
I love riding at Cross Bar Ranch its a great place. Very relaxing to ride at. Great views, wildlife, and great quality trails
George having fun
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