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Guest Message by DevFuse


time for a snow run in washington (LETS GO)

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#1 n16ht5


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Posted 28 November 2005 - 12:59 AM

I live in lake stevens, WA and I want to hit up some snow on Mt. Loop highway (like mt pilchuck and green mt.) this weekend. if anyone around here wants to join, feel free. I took my broncoII up this weekned scouting (I will take the subi next weekend probably)

heres some pictures from mt loop highway roads

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#2 teppichkopf


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Posted 28 November 2005 - 08:47 PM

How much snow is on the Mt. Pilchick road?

I was planning on going up on Sunday to get a few permit xmas trees.

Just wondering what to expect. I guess were about to get snow tonight down to 500 feet.

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