Our camping spot. Dave, Eric, and Sylvia
No rain yet.
Tahuya River Trail.
DNR metal bridge, and typical trail for both motorcycles and Quads.
Single track trail along the Hurd Rd.
I need bifocals to read all this stuff. Tahuya map in a roll chart holder and a GPS unit to keep from getting lost in this flat, unchanging country.
SuperSyl on her little Honda trials bike. She was doing pretty good for 60 years old.
Dave, and Jay on a break.
Eric in front and Sylvia following.
Sometimes it's hard to even find the trail.
The Tahuya has some great single track trail riding. The ancient glacial sediments of rock and sand make it an ideal off road riding area.
Eric and his DRZ 400.
"Lan, take a picture of the bottom of this thing?"
"You know I only dabbed twice on that whole trail," Sylvia treads lightly at 75 DB, using 1986 Honda Stealth Technology.
These things grow wild out here. A Trillium. This is for you, Janna.
Dave and Jay checking out the Tahuya River on our 5 acre tract.
Dave trying to keep it in the grove.
Raining hard now. Time to head back.