Sunday Dirt Run

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by gentry, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. gentry

    gentry For Reasons Unknown...

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    For those of us unable to plan or make a weekend trip :evil (me especially)
    Im thinkin of a sunday run. Possibly around or near Duvall or Reiter or something similar.... depending on interest I might even lug the DRZ over to Naches for the afternoon (Tony? )
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    before the weather gets crappy over that way....

    Anyone else??
    :ear

    Im not too picky, I just wanna ride....

    Cheers
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  2. Stosh23

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    If it is light I will go.
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  3. bluesurf

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    Think that I'm going to head over to the supermoto races in Port Angeles. Just got back from the first riding in about a month, and boy did it feel good to get out (and loft the front a bit, too)...not quite ready for real dirt riding yet, though. :(
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  4. gentry

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    take care of yerself - see ya out there soon!
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  5. bluesurf

    bluesurf en dos ruedas

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    real soon. :thumb
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  6. gentry

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    Hows about I meet you over in Duvall or something? I might haul the bike over there and have breakfast with the wife first or something.... then have her pick me up on the eastside somewhere...

    sound aight?

    Swiss? innerested?
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  7. Stosh23

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    Sounds good.

    I just answered you on the other thread. I am for Sunday ----just don't want a "get off" since I took off the PIAA brackets that saved the beast on the last one.

    ENjoy
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  8. Stosh23

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    Dale, Lacey ....

    Can you come out an play for a day???

    What the heck happened to Lacey - anyway?????????

    Enjoy
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  9. CascadeThumper

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    At this point, Sunday is a definite possibility.
    Duval, thru Stossell Creek past Cedar Ponds to Sultan is kinda fun. A little Slab up to Index and over Jack Pass to Skykomish, just a possibility.
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    I NEED IT, YES, I NEED IT !
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  11. Stosh23

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    Ok I am a dumbass - - - I will just put the brackets back on with out the lights.

    DUH!
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  12. gentry

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    Dirt = :thumb

    Slab = :bluduh
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  13. CascadeThumper

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    There are lots of good side roads to explore between Stossell Creek and Cedar Ponds/Sultan and also between Index and Jack Pass, like taking a left at Galena and wandering up Salmon Creek and then over to Silver Creek, great views across the Skykomish Valley to Spire Peak. If the weather is cooperative, photo ops abound. Jack pass has more than enough side roads to fill up a day. And there is also FS 6088, which goes South from Deception Falls. All that stuff should be GS friendly with the possible exception of the end of Salmon and Silver Creek where the dirt/rock/gravel 4WD road eventually gets too narrow and probably brushy. Just a thought, I'm open to suggestions....work has been so bloomin' busy that I could sure use a Blast of fresh air.

    Duvall Cafe opens at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday.
    (15505 Main Street NE, Duvall #425-788-9058)
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  14. gentry

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    How many miles round trip are we looking at for this run?
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  15. toothy

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    I rode upto and around Jack's pass with Tony, Dale and another guy this spring and did 180 miles R/T from Fremont.

    Have fun doodz.
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    I think we lost The Green Hornet too.... (I think Lacey is out of state at the moment if I remember....)
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  17. Stosh23

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    We all knew the hornet was lost !!
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    So - what is the plan?
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  20. gentry

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    :dunno
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