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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Sounds like the N Fork of the Snoqualmie River
    That in one statement that I would agree with hole hardheartedly. I have spent the last ten to twelve years working in that area, and the "county road" as we call it, has made for some interesting story's.
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    Back in the old "Backroad Drivers Northwest" days (pre-PNW Backroad Adventures) we did a three-day trip to the Gifford Pinchot. I ended up being the only one who spent the night down there and that was at a bed and breakfast in Trout Lake. Visitors were serenaded by coyotes at bedtime. I think they have built a motel since then, not sure. Anyway, we did a lot of exploring on that trip. Started off in Morton and pretty much reached all sides and corners.

    We have also done a few day-trips to the forest, including the section NW of Morton which is maintained by the Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie NF, but have not driven every road in either area. Not by a long shot! There's still a lot of territory left to explore as well as quite a bit that would be nice to visit again and again.
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    Why not put together a trip for next spring? One or more days? There is a lot of that area I have not seen.

    Toy Man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toy Man View Post
    Why not put together a trip for next spring? One or more days? There is a lot of that area I have not seen.

    Toy Man
    I'm into that. There's still a lot I haven't seen. We only covered the east and south areas. There's a whole lot of road to the north that we didn't hit

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronZR2 View Post
    Ehh...any idea why my images aren't working?
    The only thing I see different is that there is no link to image. I'm not sure if that is required or not.

    My photo hosting site provides the following BBCode format:

    FullSizeRender

    I hope that helps.

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