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Travel through the dawn to the pass pictured in our brochures. Look for a red truck with a dent on the right fender. Raise your left hand and recite the words: "Take me to to my father-father, brother-uncle. Kifflom." We'll do the rest. Because we all know, there is Kifflom and there is Krant, and both be praised.
Top 20 most likely passes (in an almost random order)1:
- The "red truck with a dent on the right fender" is commonly believed to be the broken red Sadler, all-tho it should be noted that some believe it to be a red Walton. A red Sadler can also be seen in a picture at R*'s homepage ( http://www.rockstargames.com/sanandreas/ - Los Santos - Blueberry ), entering Blueberry from the east.
- A pass can technically be any location, between two any items. Like a bridge, a tunnel, or a doorway.
- It should also be noted that even tho there are plenty of broken red Sadlers, we have never seen one with a broken fender in San Andreas, because fenders can't be dented in San Andreas. They can however be dented (and broken off) in Vice City. So maybe the red truck is in Vice City?
The long wooden stunt-ramp on that hill in the desert, at Arco Del Oeste.
Argument: It serves no practical purpose and it would make a perfect beginning of a road in / through the air, to "Travel through the dawn" during a sunrise.2:
The "Blue light bridge", south-east of Blueberry.
Argument: Blue is the color of Epsilon, so it would make sense that the drivable area under the bridge would be the pass. The bridge and it's blue light (at night) is visible from Blueberry (a suspected Epsilon town).3:
That brown airplane landing strip, or parking-lot like place directly west of North Rock and directly south of Fisher's Lagoon.
Argument: It's a suspicious location. Those hillsides around it are among those, which look slightly blueish (at night) and the only (civilized) way to get there is with an off-road car (or aircraft). Like a broken red Sadler.
Video about it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=219b8pw2dmI4:
The abandoned "Truck terminal Red county" in Blueberry.
Argument: From a certain point of view the billboard spells out "Truck Red". The words "Red county" are red. The only building on the territory has a blue glow inside it, at night.5:
The "Jamieson gorge bridge", north of CJ's Intercountynal Airport (Verdant Meadows airfield), that leads to one of the locations of a broken Sadler and a Sea Sparrow.
Argument: It's a bridge and there's a broken Sadler next to it.6:
An unspecified location in Valle Ocultado.
Argument: This place is believed to be related to Epsilon, because it has the letter combination "cult" in it's name and because it's one of the locations of a broken Glendale. Valle Ocultado, translated, means "hidden valley" and a hidden Epsilon heaven (or something like that) is called "Puertas Amarillas Valley", which means Yellow door valley.7:
The natural arch on Mount Chiliad. visible from Foster Valley (south of San Fierro).
Argument: It's an unusual item, which is technically a pass and the only (civilized) way to get there is with an off-road car (or aircraft). Like a broken red Sadler.8:
Road on top of the Sherman Dam.
Argument: It was featured in a TV commercial for GTA San Andreas. It was dawn and a red Walton drove over the dam, west to east. This is also the reason why some believe a red Walton to be the right truck.9:
The natural arch at El Castillo del Diablo. In the desert, north-west of Area 69.
Argument: It's an unusual thing and it's directly east of Las Brujas. Some believe that Epsilon somehow turned Las Brujas into a ghost town.10:
An unnamed bridge between Dillimore and Blueberry, the one that has a little wooden bridge under it.
Argument: That bridge can be seen in a pictue in the Johnson house. That picture was taken at dawn.11: