Thursday, Dorian & I were out scouting for the "Shelton Rally". We hit snow everywhere we went at about 1100' elevation. I had 160 miles on the Dakar odometer at the end of the day. Thank god for Gerbing heated gear.
Sylvia & I went out to Kammenga CG Friday afternoon & Marty & Cheryl met us in the evening. This is Saturday morning getting ready to roll. Rob, Cheryl, & SS.
Dr. Dan on his new CRF 250X. The little Honda is becoming our groups most popular bike.
SuperSyl on the Sims Trail.
Cheryl on her XR 100R.
Dr Dan, Rob, and Marty.
Marty doing a big safety dab.
We are on the Apple Road Trail here.
Marty's bike lost a nut on one of the shock linkage connections and nearly lost the bolt also. It had almost backed out of the joint before he felt the rear end shifting around strangely.
Cheryl's XR 100
Tahuya River Trail and Apple Road Trail junction.
Two XR 100s, one from 1987, one from 2001.
SuperSyl is getting a 2006 CRF 150F to replace her XR 100. But this little bike will stay in the family. At least 4 or 5 friends and relatives have learned to ride motorcycles on this bike.
Cheryl on the Tahuya River Trail.
Sunday morning, Tod and Mark C. joined us for a ride.
Marty's UM 200 which everyone thinks is a KTM (Orange).
Warnning label on SuperSyl's bike.
Mark & Tod
Marty on the Nucleus Trail.
Cheryl, Mark, Sylvia, Tod and Marty
Junction of Tahuya River Trail and Mission Creek Trail. Caught Sylvia with no hat again!
Mark & Husqvarna 250 on the 1.9 Trail.
Mark on the Derailleur Trail
Tod on the Derailleur Trail
The last Trail, just Mark and I on part of the Sparkplug Enduro route. This was a nasty 1/4 mile climb.