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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by IpponDuro, Nov 22, 2011.
Hint - its in Idaho
Chumstick Mountain is about eight miles north of Cashmere.
Your not playing by the "RULES"!!! Better go back to page one and read....
I did know where one picture was, but someone else already guessed the correct answer. Not having been
to Washington state and only done limited travel to Oregon, kind of hard to know where all of these places are.
I know, I need to get out more.
I think he meant this one:
Looks like the Big Lost River Valley near Mackay?
Here's a second one then.
There are 3 acceptable answers The nearest city, the name of the highway up there or bonus points for naming the great twisties 2 miles away.
Headed up Burma Road towards Corral Creek Summit and Copper Basin.
hwy 95 overhead, at Whitebird
Deer Creek and Canfield Rd are both great twisties, but you probably mean Old Whitebird Grade.
You are correct on all 3!
The name of this landmark rock and where.
Heart of the Monster, Kamiah Id.
You are correct, sir.
Where & what are these?
Geothermal generators...near Malta, Idaho
Nuclear jet engine's at the INL (Idaho National Laboratory)
Aircraft reactors HTRE-1 & 3 at the EBR-1 site near Arco Idaho. EBR-1 was the first nuclear reactor to generate electricity.
Okay, name the road & body of water.