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Old 10-13-2009, 04:01 PM
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It is also rumored in the USFS that they are thinking about making the trail one way.
Which way would that be? I've always ran it from the 1501 side heading towards Rimrock?
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Old 10-13-2009, 04:10 PM
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That part I dont know.
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Old 10-13-2009, 04:12 PM
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This is probably most likely just about accurately a maybe.
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Old 10-13-2009, 04:14 PM
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The trail has been worked on. The trail is closed but is "settling down". There are a few little issues needed to be taken care of. That's all I got.
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Old 10-13-2009, 08:39 PM
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The trail has been worked on. The trail is closed but is "settling down". There are a few little issues needed to be taken care of. That's all I got.
Your other post about hwy 410 is what I call 'settling' I hope that's not what we're waiting for...it'll be longer than 7 years again
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Your other post about hwy 410 is what I call 'settling' I hope that's not what we're waiting for...it'll be longer than 7 years again
LOL! Yep - the landslide was done just to keep the wetsiders out!
Just kidding, the closure from the westide has been lifted to MP104. therefore you can get onto the 1500 road and on up - once the trail opens. Plus you could always get to it via US12.
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/News/2009/10...losureinfo.htm
Of course since it is snowing and raining today, things may change again?!?
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So, upon reading Peanuts meeting minutes, excellent job, by the way. I'm curious what the parameters for the 'Little Rattlesnake' trail will be? Who is the contact on this?

"Little Rattlesnake- The trail is basically finished but still closed. A
grand reopening will be held in the spring when the snow leaves. This
trail is a one way trail?, and will have size limitations?. It has been
brought up about the possibility of putting in a “filter” or something to
keep larger trail rigs? off this trail, the topic has been said to be in
discussion."
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[quote=zbd74;10673] I'm curious what the parameters for the 'Little Rattlesnake' trail will be? Who is the contact on this? QUOTE]

That would be your little kitty friend and her hubby! I am positiveyou will be well aware of the Grand Opening!

Plus, my hubby's Rubicon Unlimited had some damage during one of the last workparty runs - hence my thoughts for the needed limitations of trying to keep the trail narrow enough to have fun and challenging. As a matter of fact I think Yannie had some fender issues too in his Rubicon (normal size)

Yes - great job Peanut on your report! Peanut for R4 Secretary!!
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Thanks Pam, now where's the 'catnip' icon so I can coax my 'little kitty' friend to share with me

'Thank You' also in advance Msbobcat with whatever you can share on this?
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Old 01-21-2010, 11:23 AM
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Yes - great job Peanut on your report! Peanut for R4 Secretary!!
She isn't able to run because she isn't a member of the PNW.
But you are right she would do a excellent job.
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