Dorian and Crew preparing the "Shelton Dual Sport" ride
Shelton Fairgrounds next to Sanderson Airfield
Trail through the clear cut.
The trails were a mess so I stopped to call Sylvia to let her know I was heading home.
My ATK 605. A great cure for boredom.
Out at Belfair, again. Fixing flat tires. Kris (to the right) my nephew, decided to jump one of the huge concrete parking blocks with his Kawasaki pinching his tube resulting in a sudden flat feeling.
Everyone having a good time? Cory, Kelly, Dave, & Kris
Kris's KX 250 minus rear wheel.
This is the third try at fixing the flat. We are almost out of patches, having put five on so far.
Sunday parking problems at the Tahuya Stagging Area. But where we go none others dare follow!
"Viper" a TT 225
"A" Class enduro rider Kris Johnson trying to get me wet.
Cory, getting good at this.
Dave, Cory's Dad
Kelly, on the bike his girl friend bought him. Some guys have it made.
WA DSR's Jon, who started this ride. On his XR 250
No one has any idea of where they are except me. So, they have to let me go first.
Without a kick stand, one must find a tree as you'll notice on the left or one must set on ones bike as you'll notice on the right.
Kelly is our typical kick-stand-less trail rider. This is the one leg method.
Kelly nearly spent several minutes in the bottom of that water hole across the road but made a great save at the last moment after kissing his front fender.
Kelly again on his girl friends new KX 250F
Dave crashing over a typical 4 foot root step, going up hill, while turning left to miss the frog.
Cory's bike on it's side. His tree stand (remember NO kick stand) failed. So we have a small oil spill to clean up, several individuals suggested using a match but Cory declined that idea.