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Offline Hi Lo Silver

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Charles A Wells US trail guide books Sold
« on: December 30, 2017, 12:38:45 PM »
I have 4 of his trail books and all in excellent condition.
I doubt I'll move too much off $20 per book.
Moab
Colorado North
Colorado South
Arizona

Sorry these are all spoken for. I'll be keeping the two we've wheeled in for reference and Todd I'll hold the other two for you.

I'll delete the thread when the books are gone thanks.
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Re: Charles A Wells US trail guide books
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2017, 03:22:22 PM »
I own two of these - they are AMAZING references for anyone wheeling in the US.

Gunther, I'd like to buy the Arizona book and the Colorado book that I don't already own. I think that's the Northern Colorado book, since the one I already have covers the San Juans and Sangre de Cristo range. The challenge is that I'm in Ottawa at the moment, and currently living in Edmonton. Any chance you can hang onto them for me for a little bit until I can pick them up?

For anyone planning a trip to Moab, Ouray, Silverton, or places like that, these books are 100% the best tool you can have for figuring out where to wheel - and come a close second to wheeling experience for avoiding situations where you end up in real trouble. They offer a trail-by-trail outline of how to get to the trail, where the gnarly obstacles are, and some good route planning as well.

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Re: Charles A Wells US trail guide books
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2017, 03:31:45 PM »
Absolutely Todd.  Just let me know down the road when you plan to come thru Calgary next time.  Thanks for the excellent sales pitch in your above post.  :)  They are about the only trail guide a person needs for wheeling in the areas.  We wheel with Chuck once or twice when he was in the Colorado Four Wheelers that we always hooked up with down there.  Very well written books with pictures.