Can't, have my grandfather's memorial service that morning. Otherwise, I'd love to. It'd give me a chance to do more GPS mapping.
Speaking of Rhino L, where is it again. Your photos from there looked cool but I'm not sure I've run the trail yet. Just trying to get everything mapped out.
Freedom5 can correct me if Im wrong...but here's my crappy directions
Past the main staging area the first left is a wide gravel road (to 3 step?)Keep going on paved road on the 2nd smaller gravel road take the left, and I think its the first trail on the left that starts on a corner.
Have a winch and or lockers, its pretty slimy with little to no traction at the top of the hill climb. On our trip 3 rigs had to winch, only 1 was open front and rear.(I made it though )
03 Rubicon on 36's and LONGFIELD CV's
The day before there was approx. 8-10 inches of snow in the upper hills. Over night it warmed up 20 degress and melted, as well as dumped 7-8 inches of rain in the middle of the night. It rained all day and this was the aftermath mid next day. Silverdale located at the bottom of the foothills collected alot of run off as its situated near the Pudget Sound (Dyes Inlet). Many of the local salmon creeks overflowed as did local sewer drains.
I jumped the Suburban and my sister road shotgun to caputure some of the chaos in town.
Preferred method of travel
The exit I take when I get off of work, the hill on the left gave way and mud spilled all accross the ramp
Run-off from the exit ramp
Bowling Alley flooded
2001 SE 5spd | 33x12.5x15 Toyo MT's|
RE.BB with RE3.5 shocks | Anti-Rock
Similar story down in Olympia...Down tehre at a friends today...
2.25" budget boost, 1" Performance Accessories Body Lift, flowmaster 40 series, kenwood stero system, new front and rear bumpers,dual tops, and 33"x12.5" BFG All Terrains, on unique black steelies, Rubicon Express Steering Stabilizer