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post #1 of 17 Old 03-24-2010, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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going to ELBE

ANY one want to go to ELBE ? I and PepCsLJ and going on april 24 ,10 at 9:00 AM .
WE will meet at the ELBE gas station on the left side.
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WA-7, Elbe, WA 98330
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Elbe Chevron 54011 State Route 7, Elbe, WA

THINGS TO BRING
food and water
first aid kit
Recovery Strap or winch
cb
spair tire and jack
camera
warm clothes
shovel
chains
blankets
tools to fix ?
chainsaw if you have one
tarps

LINK TO TRAILS
http://www.nwjeepn.com/Elbe.htm

P.S WE LL NOT BE DOING THE BUSY WILD AT THIS RUN.
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post #2 of 17 Old 03-25-2010, 12:21 PM
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Damn. Way too busy that weekend. Plus I plan to hit the Vintage Military Show that day and the All-Italian Show the next day, both at Triple X.

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Clinton,

Count me as a tentative in for this trip.
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Clinton,

Count me as a tentative in for this trip.
WILL do.

BY THE WAY HERES A MAP OF THE TRAILS
http://www.dogpoundoffroad.org/Maps/Elbe_ORV_Map.png
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Count me as tentative as well. I'm relatively sure I'll be free that weekend. Haven't been to Elbe yet...
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Not doing the busy wild?? LOL...does that mean I can leave my doors on??
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Not doing the busy wild?? LOL...does that mean I can leave my doors on??
nope you have to take your doors off LOL
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On my list before I leave the great PNW but kid's baseball games have my Saturday's full in April.

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I drive and wheel a 2006 rubicon unlimited with RE long arm on 35's
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So BusyWild is the tuffest one, correct? I think I'm back to beginner status until I can find out what I can do with my new tires.
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New tires are AWESOME!!! Think I'll be able to keep up pretty well now so this trip could be a go if everything works out right.
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Do you know what trails your planning on running?
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every thing but the busy wild. you will do just fine. i have been down all the trails so i know you can make it.
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I am going to have to step out of this trip. I have things I have to do on Sat; can't commit to a full, long day wheelin trip.

Going to hit Walker on Sunday with Fishtale.

Hopefully make the South trip on the next run.
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So im new to the area and sorry to hijack but are the trails around ELBE any good. And do they lead to any camping? Thanks
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So im new to the area and sorry to hijack but are the trails around ELBE any good. And do they lead to any camping? Thanks
the trails are pretty good and afew from hell. i have been down all of them. you can camp there but you need to make revs. before you go there.
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the trails are pretty good and afew from hell. i have been down all of them. you can camp there but you need to make revs. before you go there.
So you cant just find a spot in the woods to pull off and camp? I hate campgrounds.
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