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Thread: February 16, 2019 | Oregon | Olallie Lake Snow Run

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    Less than 2 weeks to go, time to stir up some more interest for this run. There is fresh snow in the hills with more forecast for this weekend, and throughout next week! There's hope for this run after all.

    For those of you in group 2, a set (or two) of tire chains might be a good idea to bring along. If it's still icy on the ridge, that might be our best chance of getting across.

    Who else want to join in?
    Last edited by Bowhunter; 02-05-2019 at 10:51 PM.
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  2. #32
    Today's snow conditions were epic with more snow and cold forecasted for the next 7 days. We won't talk about what the long term says. Things are looking up though.

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    Finally got some winter weather! I’m super excited about the run for many reasons! But mostly to Gitout with you guys! Camping is gonna be awesome !!!


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    Are you sleeping in a tent or in your suburban?
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    You can take me off the fence and add me and the kids to group #2. I'll bring my chains just in case to make is across Pucker Ridge.
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    I love it up there, but I still have a big hole where my engine is sposed to be. I'm out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew View Post
    Are you sleeping in a tent or in your suburban?
    Quote Originally Posted by cjsrebiff View Post
    I love it up there, but I still have a big hole where my engine is sposed to be. I'm out.
    Andy- I’ll be sleeping cozy and warm in my Suburban

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    I was hoping to see you too Biff. Is the Commander trail worthy enough for group 1?

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    The Commander would probably have enough traction for group 1, but it has no recovery points. They are in a box still. Wont build this one til Tank is gone. I could buy some different tires for my Grand Cherokee though. Hmmm...
    Last edited by cjsrebiff; 02-09-2019 at 10:53 AM.
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  10. #40
    I don't think a lack of snow is going to be the issue this weekend. Nice pick of a weekend. I am going to bow out of camping this weekend to spend some time with my family but will be there Saturday morning at 9 for a day run. Looking forward to it. Should be interesting.

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