Getting ready to go. It's about 35 degrees, Tod, Paul, and Wild Bill.
We started from the Sand Hill Gravel Pit. That's the new (to me) KTM 400. Tod is ridding an X - Challenge, Paul a DRZ 400, and Bill an '85 Honda XR 350R.
We are on the "Overland Trail" here. I layed this trail out in 1974 when I worked for the DNR in the Tahuya Unit. It was intented to go all the way to Green Mt. but the DNR was never able to get all the right of way needed. So it just loops up North and back again now.
The trail is a big wide thing with many small ponds to ride through. We must have been in water 20% of the time.
Bill trying to get above the fog by taking the high route.
You need to cut your handle bars at 32". Anything longer catches the tree hazards. Tod on the left and Paul on the right. There was ice in most of the puddles and with the round rocks it made for a slippery ride.
Wild Bill and his XR 350. These Older XRs work really good in the woods, with their shorter wheel base and quick steering and lower seat height.
Near Camp Pond.
Paul and his Suzuki DRZ 400.
The Sun came out and it warmed to 36 degrees. Tod and his BMW.