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Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Stromburg, Dec 27, 2018.
Where was this?
Up near Stevens Pass Washington, we were around 4,000 feet or so
4,000 feet here and there's nothing but sagebrush and a few scraggily cottonwoods where there is water!
Good to see you cleaning the undersides of those jeeps after the Summer mud!
Good to see you cleaning the undersides of those jeeps after the Summer mud! [/QUOTE]
There is a lot of truth in this^^^^^^
It’s amazing how clean it is now
The Christmas tree rescue squad?
Drove 15 miles up the Frying Pan River Road to take care of a water system and there was a couple of tow trucks trying to pull out a moving truck on the first curve of the subdivision. I don't want to think about the big hill. No chains, no Bueno...went back down the road....
I haven't been snow wheeling in years. Just got 7 inches over the last two days and can see that being the biggest total for the winter. You sir are living it up! Enjoy!
That area looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing all the pics
Awesome... as always. Thanks for posting.
Send it my way please.
Looks like a great time! Thanks for sharing your other passion!
Awesome. I always enjoyed snow wheeling. It’s pretty cool where you can go with aired down tires and lockers.