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Guest Message by DevFuse


Tahuya Sunday?

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#1 ezapar



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Posted 25 June 2010 - 10:24 AM

I'll head over with a couple of buddies. We'll catch the 10:00 there and the 4:00 back to Seattle. I'm pretty sure they take the Fauntleroy Ferry.

Wheeling, sightseeing, they'll probably shoot a couple of stumps, general good time.
Not too familiar with Tahuya, so can't give a shake down about how difficult it is or not. I think two of us will sport 33, the other 35s.

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Posted 25 June 2010 - 11:08 AM

Spent a fair bit of time out there. Best place to do any meet ups is the Safeway parking lot there in Belfair. Tahuya is pretty easy for most things with a couple of exceptions. The is a rock crawl that's pretty gnarly and then there is mud lake. Those two have stymied a Unimog with 49" michelins. well, actually, he made it through mud lake, but it was looking pretty doubtful for a while. We think they may have recently added a bunch of clay to the bottom.

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