The road to the top of Hurricane is open, 1/2 of the parking lot it still closed though and there is a heavy dusting of sand on the road clear only in the auto-tire tracks most of the way up past the tunnels.Firefox took lots of pictures, she's working on them now.
Uhh, details... Mileage covered, 195.
Top speed 104 according to GPS. Not verified by WSP however :twofinger:
I've never been to Hurricane Ridge before, wow it's pretty up there. Elev. 5214 ft.
Yes Sanch & the posse, give us details.
You aren't really in jail..are you?!!! ???
We were on the way to the top and I decided to loop back and get gas, that's when we ran acros ducfoot. Talk about a small world!
There was more sand than I cared for on Hurricane, later on in the year it will be a lot of fun. I wonder if the old lady rangers undstood the *intent* of us entering the park today. She said there were a lot of bikes up there today... true. but mostly BMW GS'!! :lol:
We picked up a fan-club at the base of Hurricane (5 squids in jeans tennis shoes and 600's ) which we dropped off somewhere on Black Diamond :clap: 2 turns into it and they were gone :lmao:
Took my 112 bypass, did not see a single WSP which is good because at 205 ft./sec. the performance award would likely have involved some sort of compulsor award ceremony attendance with escort.. :crazy2:
Had a blast.. here are some pics..
Snagging some breakfast in Pouslbo
Odd rock sculptures near Discovery Bay
.. add your caption here (I know that that photo means to me )
Suiting up and preparing to meet some serious twisties
End of the run, tanked up and read to blast from Clallum to Kingston (left ~5:00pm - entered Kingston ~7:00pm) you do the math