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02-04-2009 09:18 AM
skeeter
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Originally Posted by Duck Dodgers View Post
This was last July 2008. PNW4WDA puts on their annual Trail Jam every year. This year is the 20th anniversary. As far as warm goes.... the second day was like 38 in the morning and never did get up past 50. Rest of the time was in the high 70's. Washington weather
I know the feeling, we're in Spokane.

Very cool pics, thanks for sharing.
02-04-2009 09:14 AM
Duck Dodgers This was last July 2008. PNW4WDA puts on their annual Trail Jam every year. This year is the 20th anniversary. As far as warm goes.... the second day was like 38 in the morning and never did get up past 50. Rest of the time was in the high 70's. Washington weather
02-04-2009 08:53 AM
skeeter Beautiful.
When was this? Looks too warm to be recent.
I'd love to go on a big run like that.
02-03-2009 11:14 PM
GrnTJ Man, that is some absolutley gorgeous country side!
02-03-2009 11:03 PM
Duck Dodgers
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Originally Posted by distortedtj View Post
Awesome looking trails and area.

Looks like ya'll had a nice trip.

Digging that white CJ2A.
Yeah we had a blast. Great people good weather. The White CJ was the Trail Host's rig. He drove with his arm is a sling. He had the rig pointed down hill a few days prior to the run and had to get something out of the back. Turns out the Tire swing that is on the back did not want to stay open and closed full force on his arm.
02-03-2009 10:59 PM
Duck Dodgers
Government Meadows, this place of incredible.

Forest Service Ranger hung out with us all day. Nice Guy.


My Wheeling woman


Still dusty

Poked a hole in my sidewall. Little trail side repair


Headin home
02-03-2009 10:59 PM
Duck Dodgers

Ran out of masks, Rainier in the back ground.


Approaching the summit and Government Meadows.
02-03-2009 10:53 PM
distortedtj Awesome looking trails and area.

Looks like ya'll had a nice trip.

Digging that white CJ2A.
02-03-2009 10:50 PM
Duck Dodgers This was day 2. We went on the Naches Trail. This trail was used by settlers in wagons. Hard to believe they drug wagons down the same trail we jeeped on.






Lunch


Approaching the summit and Government Meadows.


Hit some snow
02-03-2009 10:47 PM
Duck Dodgers
Heading up the "Kaner Quartz" Trail


Breaking out of the trees.




BAck on the trail after lunch( it's a lot steeper than it looks).


Alpine meadow we passed through on the trail.

My Better half, it was really dusty on the trails. (see mirror)

Our Club on the Summit Quartz Mtn. 6300ft

The view.
02-03-2009 10:45 PM
Duck Dodgers
PNW's Trail Jamboree 2008

This was my first organized weekend ( turned out to be a week) wheeling trip. Had a blast.
We spend 5 days wheeling in an area called Naches, which is in the central eastern part of Washington. This is a huge ORV park that is maintained by DNR and the USFS. Beautiful country.


Heading out 5:30 am

Cruising down 167 with Mt. Rainier in the distance

Mt Rainier heading over Chinook Pass. Nice drive.

Made it camp at 11:00 am

The first bunch of our Club to show up.

First day out on the trails. Our club is the upper row.

Yup That is my little red TJ with all the big boys. And yes I go just about everywhere they do.

Potty break for the wimins, and airing down tires before we head up the trails.

On our way to Quartz Mountain elev. 6200ft

Umm it didn't look that deep ( girl drivers )

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