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Nathan and I headed out for a sweet forest road adventure this morning.
With a new clear cut image on google earth appearing during the last few years, I had my doubts as to whether my old "back door-portal" was going to work.
invigorating to be in a part of the forest that not-too-many-people explore. Crazy side walking paths spotted along creeks amidst skunk cabbage in the low lying manke timber lands. As well, crazy side walking paths in the upper dnr lands spotted that we still have a question mark over our heads about. Evidence of salal pickers, wierd rogue trails, candy wrappers and burrito fuselage = "The Boys" .
Our long gravel road journey was filled with awe and catching up with each other, and what was going on in our lives. At each turn, life was good. We contemplated a left turn descent towards the alpine drive connector, but that would have been too quick of a journey; we stayed true to our mission.
The terrain was enjoyable all the way through.
But, in the case of a severely rainy day prior, we much more enjoyed the elongated forest road descent back to the end of cedar flats rd (@ sea level), than we did the puddle trough-ed rock candy descent.
Either way, the forest is still full of suprises and good times. Thank you olydirt. Happy fucking easter!