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Old 06-16-2009, 11:34 AM
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Default Idaho State 4x4 Association Rally 2009 DIAL UP BEWARE

We had a great trip to Idaho Falls for the 6th annual Idaho State 4x4 Rally hosted by the Snake River Offroaders. They put on a great event, three days of wheelin, RC Rock Crawl Competition Friday night, BBQ Saturday night, Breakfast Sunday morning.

Here's some pictures. If anyone wants an larger origanal picture for print or background PM me your e-mail for them.





Found this guy had driven off the road the night before...



































































































































































































































































































Feeding the squirels on the way home




Found this tractor trailer fire on the way home
















Hard landing...
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Old 06-16-2009, 01:34 PM
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Nice country to go wheeling in. Looks like you had a decent time over there.

Hope you made some inroads with the group over there, and we can support each other in the least, and work together on various issues.
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Old 06-16-2009, 02:35 PM
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Nice country to go wheeling in. Looks like you had a decent time over there.

Hope you made some inroads with the group over there, and we can support each other in the least, and work together on various issues.
Lots of great folks down there really interested in working together. Not very many old timers? Couldn't find anyone with PNW4WDA knowledge of when they had a region 8 director back in 2000.

Great wheelin. That lava rock has traction like I have never seen before!
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Old 06-16-2009, 04:56 PM
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Lots of great folks down there really interested in working together. Not very many old timers? Couldn't find anyone with PNW4WDA knowledge of when they had a region 8 director back in 2000.

Great wheelin. That lava rock has traction like I have never seen before!
thanks for the awesome pictures. Dial up? That was allot of work.

I was going to ask you after looking at the pics about the lava tearing up tires.
I hope we get a chance to wheel over there soon.
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It's riugh on tires but never saw anyone cut. No sharp edges and the lava rocks will break. It's like running on a rough grit sandpaper!
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