THANKS FOR INVESTING IN THE NWOL COMMUNITY!
Heck of a trip! The weather was wonderful, the people were awesome, and the route is both challenging and scenic. Great way to spend the weekend. I'll try to post more photos, but it's difficult.
Great time! Thanks Guy for putting this together and showing us the area and sharing all the history and info you've gathered. Really appreciate all the effort it takes to put all your trips together.
Hoping Brandon made it home with no drama (breakdown before hitting the trail). Too bad so many that signed up didn't make it, missed out on a lot of fun!
Really beautiful area, such a contrast to what we tend to think of when you think of Washington.
Fun trail, lots of different conditions and interesting features. No winches needed, but a chain saw almost would have been real handy. Sunscreen wouldn't have been bad too - who would have figured?
Lots of pictures to go through (unfortunately, nothing epic, there's always next trip...). have dash cam from Judy's Jeep too to go through. Will keep adding them as I go
UMMM, wonders "how a chainsaw almost could be handy?" Would that be like a chainsaw would have been a wonderful addition on the hole in the rock trip a couple weeks ago? LOL. Glad yalls had a good time.
@Mark and Vicki Lennox
Well, Bert found out there was a low bridge and his rack stuck out just a little more than he thought.
In preparation of some upcoming suspension work on the 4Runner, we did some undercarriage cleaning...
After we got to camp, Ole decided he needed to have a better view so he took a little hike up the hill
That's him, the dot at the very top.
He said he wore a red shirt so it wouldn't be as noticeably stained if he fell..
Also, the mystery of the growth on the old buildings in Alstown is solved. It's honeycomb. Have never seen anything like it, must be a unique local bee
Would it be possible to get a GPS track?
I didn't keep a track of the trip. I'm sure there's some tracks floating out there, it's a pretty popular run