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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by 97707, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. 97707

    97707 addicted to placebos

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    That stretch is a pretty good ride, and the sand there doesn't usually soften up and get deep real bad. A good day's playground.

    I mean, unless you're getting snowed on.


    So how much did it wet things down?


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  2. 97707

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    Not seeing lots more wet in the forecast.

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    But yeah, next weekend might be the best window.


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  3. Big Tall Bastard

    Big Tall Bastard Voice of Reason

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    It didn't rain much out there and the snow was in the trees around Sand Spring. I don't think it will amount to much
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    Not totally sure, but it seems it was a fuel issue with a pretty gunked-up filter.
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  5. 97707

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    Its later in the year than we would have thought, but its been raining for days here and the desert riding might be as good as it gets.

    Now the forecast is for clearing and warm. The Riley route is probably prime for this week or the coming weekend. After that, it'll no doubt dry out fast.


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