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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by pdxjim, Oct 14, 2017.
(0:43 - 1:55) A little swifter up that hill than on your first trip up it.
Yeah he disappeared on me, I thought he had missed the turn & he was behind me somewhere (that 2 smoke doesn't sound like it's being revved, but he sure gets along).
Tony was on my tail & we were having fun jumping all those lips &...puddles behind every lip. I enjoyed that 1st climb.
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I once launched off one of those coming down that hill. I was already in the air when I saw that my landing zone was nothing but a collection of flooded muddy ruts.
At that moment I knew I was going to end up in a soggy pile, so I just tried to aim for the rut that would give the least awkward get-off.
Of course, I didn't make it.
That's probly pretty close to the sound of Mort skipping off the top of those muddy ruts like a rock skipping on water. I know that sound.
Lot's of mud, slippery wet wood and stuff happening.
looks a good time and ideal tsf conditions.