Trail Run Two

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After slopping around in the mud a little we made our way along the ridge line to a pipeline that cuts across the valley and provides a great view from the top as well as from the bottom looking up.    
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This time nobody cared to give the pipeline a shot.  Only once did anyone try to climb the pipeline and much to our surprise they made it.  Most people would rather not risk it because of the steep long climb with bolders and loose rocks everywhere including an unavoidable wall of bedrock that can throw a vehicle over end over end.  We opted for the drive around to get to the top which is steep in it's own way and much more forgiving.

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  From here we headed out to get some dinner at one of our favorite spots for steaks up here in Curwensville at the Central Hotel.


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