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Old April 6th, 2009, 12:50 PM
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BeastLee sees the dust!!!

Ok, so finally BeastLee got to eat a bit of dust!!! I took her off road...well it was road without concrete or tar and if i have to be honest, the hardest and most technical challenge was to miss the pot holes peppered here and there. We drove on snow, swam and dusted our way into the mountains and had so much fun. Now I know, the kids didn't wear their protective gear, helmets, elbow and knee pads, goggles or snorkels, and I could be labeled an irresponsible mom but they had a blast!!! Spring is here so now I'm looking for something a little more challenging (maybe add a few mole hills to climb in addition to dodging pot holes). I will want to take the kids with so nothing that will land us in deep water. Any Seattle folks out there who could point me in the right direction to some fun trails would be great. Nothing too far out (got animal duties that limit time somewhat) so just a fun half or full day trip. Thanks.
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Old April 6th, 2009, 01:41 PM
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Check out cascaderovers.org. They are a Washington 4x4 club that caters to the non-hard core, family type offroader.
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