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Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
Does anyone know which campground the Pancake Breakfast is at this Sunday? Is it Millard Campground OR Henniger Flats? In the past it has ALWAYS been at Henniger flats...BUT I have read that it is at Millard Campgrond...well which one is it at???
Posted by Matt W a 45 whew! year old Die-hard Enthusiast riding a Ellsworth Moment On Spynergys from Santa Clarita on 04/06/05

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  • Re: Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
    Since it's impossible to get up to Henniger, it's going to be at Millard.
    Posted by Endo Verendo a 37 year old riding a Turner Flux from The Valley on 04/06/05

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  • Re: Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
    No you can get there,but it's a long climb back out.I read a story about some guys who were of the downhill persuasion and were not aware of the landslide oblitorating the Toll road. Well, they were there a little late in the evening and took the road down till they got to the slide. Now stuck with the prospect of climbing/walking back out, they turned around.They found a ranger who told them how to cut back down through Chantry and thats how they finished,ouch.In the dark.I heard there's a horse trail through this area somewhere and they wouldn't of had to climb all that way,but the ranger never told them about it. Never hurts to check trail conditions before doing a ride.This one was widely known.I guess they'll check from now on,you think?
    BTW, Isn't that Brakefast?

    It's at Millard CG


    Posted by Pain Freak riding a Surly Turner from The 909 on 04/07/05

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    • Re: Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
      If you're willing to hike-up it (and hike down it), in case of an emergency, 1 mile up from the bridge, there's a little hikers and equestrian only single track that drops you down in the canyon, just north of the nature center. If these guys were really stuck, all they had to do is ride (or hike) back up 1 mile and hike down this trail and into the canyon. The ranger didnít tell them of it because Iím sure once these guys knew of this 1 mile connector, it would start getting used and abused; canĎt say I blame the ranger. I highly recommend no one takes this route, unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past 4-6 weeks and are unaware of the conditions and landslides and are stuck in sub zero conditions @ 2:00 a.m.


      Posted by JoeTruth on 04/07/05

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    • Re: Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
      "No you can get there,but it's a long climb back out"

      Just for argument sake, how exactly? Up Chantry and up Mt. Wilson Trail? No way to even get to the top of Wilson at this point. (?)
      Posted by Endo Verendo a 37 year old riding a Turner Flux from The Valley on 04/07/05

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  • Re: Pancake Brakfast Sunday!??
    So there are even now pancake grounds providing such breakfasts on grounds, it was really good to hear from them. Hope i would have known it before , so that make some time from my custom quality essays works and attended there. There are many varieties of them are provided there.
    Posted by Patricktinker on 06/23/17

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