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whats your definition of ridable? shelton for the most part is good but damp and some of the mud holes have been chewed up by quads.

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Went to Belfair this afternoon. A little wet but anytime on the bike is a good time!

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I rode Walker Valley this afternoon, it was a little slimy and rutted, but I had fun anyway.

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Spent a few hours in the hills today riding single-track on the big old KLR. Well, they're more like creekbeds, of course! Lotsa water, lotsa mud, lotsa rock. Wrong bike for the job, but a helluva good time! Saw one quad rider on a logging road, but that was it. Where is everyone? A sunny winter day in the PNW is motorcycling at its finest! :cry:

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Reiter was nice yesterday. The weather in the morning was beautiful. We did get a light snowfall dropping on us in the afternoon for a short while. There were lots of blowdowns to go over and around.

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