This is not 100% but as it's about all we got that's not covered on feet of snow (most trails around here are glacial this time of year) And I really don't feel like playing in snow anyway. I did enough deep snow play just getting out of my driveway (300' long hill to the road, we had a few feet that just FINALLY went away) the past few weeks to last me a couple years. I'm freakin over it.
It's 99.99999% gonna happen.
Not sure on times and CB channel yet. But proly leave early from here. Takes me a few hours to get there. And lets say for now... channel 9 ???
I got my new 100amp GM alt in and wanna go get some crud on it.
Chaz? Mike? Wanna go play?
Anyone else? All you need is a dune flag and a tire gauge.
Pump helps too but there's one at the gas station down the street to air back up.
Even if some show up late it's not like some running around the dunes looking for Soobs won't get us all together later.
Only thing I'm seeing as far as conditions go is carry chains in hwy 6. and that's for a 1,600' pass.
I'm at about that here and it's clear. And only supposed to get nicer as the weekend goes on.
Weather expected near SL.
Saturday night, occasional light rain. Lows 40 to 45. South wind 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday, rain likely. Highs 45 to 50. South wind 5 to 15 mph.
Sunday night, mostly cloudy. Chance of rain. Lows 40 to 45. Southwest wind 5 to 15 mph.
Thought about TSF as well.
But some trails will be covered.
Some have received damage and are closed.
And all will be grease.
But I'm not against checking it out.
The powerlines trails are pretty quick to get to and will tell the story if they are open.
* oh and the station near Sand Lake has Dune flags and a littl ATV shop that has some supplies of interest to Wheelers as well. But I would tend to think hitting up a local ATV shop near anyones house that goes would be advised. Just to be safe. Also gives time to install the mount rather than at the dunes.
Edited by TeamCF, 12 January 2009 - 02:41 AM.
pics at the end, changed date cause I messed up.