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Anybody been up around Tahuya lately? Was thinking about making a trip up there with a relativly stock JK X (minus terra grapplers and wheels), an ole raggidy XJ lol. Wanna test out the JK, havent gotten to really take her out since i got her.
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post #2 of 7 Old 03-14-2012, 05:11 PM
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If I didnt have to work all day in Renton and then go to Eugene (F*** the Ducks) for the weekend I'd be in. GREAT clammin around there. What's the trail situation like? I spend most of my time in the cascades and surrounding foothills.
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Tahuya is perfect for stock vehicles. Should be very wet with some fairly deep puddles in places.

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And they've built a couple of rock piles to play on of you are feeling bold. Other than that it's pretty scenery and a yawn fest.

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Sounds good, never made my way out there. Ive been to Nisqually and Evans creek in the XJ. Was hoping I could get a couple of people to go and show me round the trails out at Tahuya
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Pretty tough to get lost in Tahuya...just a couple of big loops. If you haven't done so already check out the trail guide here: http://www.nwjeepn.com/Tahuya.html

Also don't forget to have your discover pass....so far Tahuya is the only place I've been "carded" for my pass.

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Yeah looks like fun for those stock and not-too-far-from-stock jk's. About now I'm sure those 'mud puddles are more like ponds.
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