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I can't express how much thanks I forward to Dave Haitt (spelling) and crew. The trail work and staging areas are in better shape than ever. :busted: Amazing work by great people.

Amazing...

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Amen to that :busted:

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trails marked and mapped and lots of new and cleaned up trails. Amazing work.

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Thank you :bonk::worthy::lol: having grown up riding this area 35 or so years ago this place went from great to good to lost to salvaged to great again.

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Dave is a great guy and has done a great job. :busted:

Oregon's gain is Washington's loss.:bonk:

Its too bad for us in Washington that he found Oregon so much more ORV friendly than his home state of Washington.

Enjoy the ride :busted:

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I wonder if the short timers(if your at south fork, your a short timer) at south fork prison camp help build/maintain these...

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I wonder if the short timers(if your at south fork, your a short timer) at south fork prison camp help build/maintain these...

I should see Dave Sunday, I'll ask.

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I wonder if the short timers(if your at south fork, your a short timer) at south fork prison camp help build/maintain these...

They may be short-timers but some aren't too sharp. Heard a story from one person....2 of the convicts got tired of being there so they walked away. Saw a fisherman along the river and decided to steal his truck. Hit him over the head with a rock....and killed him. A couple of days later they were caught driving his truck. Instead of <6 months, they're probably lifers now. :busted:

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They may be short-timers but some aren't too sharp. Heard a story from one person....2 of the convicts got tired of being there so they walked away. Saw a fisherman along the river and decided to steal his truck. Hit him over the head with a rock....and killed him. A couple of days later they were caught driving his truck. Instead of <6 months, they're probably lifers now. :busted:

Completely possible.. Although many out there are measure 11 casualties, the majority want to become productive members of society, do their time and make a difference. I know, My son has been there since he was 17 for a fight at a house party that got ugly. Particulars are irrelavant, but he has done his time, WORKS, and wants to get on with riding and his life. He'll be 26 when he leaves next October and has never been caught with contraband, drugs, etc, etc. He's 6'2" 220 and calm as a cucumber. Wrong place at the wrong time never was so appropriate. He will tell you himself, there are a lot of morons there. Sorry to preach, it's been a long 7 1/2 years. By the way, the wife and I stage at clowns and ride over for visits on saturdays and sundays. Don't know about the story above, but not the norm there.

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Dave is a great guy and has done a great job. :busted:

Oregon's gain is Washington's loss.;)

Its too bad for us in Washington that he found Oregon so much more ORV friendly than his home state of Washington.

Enjoy the ride :lol:

Oregon adds trails with $5 per year orv tabs.

Washington charges $20 per year orv tabs and around $80 for your first year with title transfer fees. :bonk::busted:

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Oregon adds trails with $5 per year orv tabs.

Washington charges $20 per year orv tabs and around $80 for your first year with title transfer fees. :bonk::busted:

Crap I think I paid $7 or $10 in Hood River. :busted:

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Oregon adds trails with $5 per year orv tabs.

Doesn't Oregon gets more than just ORV permit fees to fund trails?

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Up at D.Mill today... Wow... Lots of trails that just had old metal posts at the entrance have new signs!!! It was easy to navigate a loop, thats for sure..

Thanks ODF!

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$10 but it's a two year tag. Math, look into it. :busted:

Thats why i ride with you, need someone to do the critical thinking. :busted:

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Yep, Dave is building a world-class trail system at TSF ... good for him and the Oregon and WA riders who travel there to enjoy it!:busted:

Dave is also helping in Wa. as he can ... in his spare time!:busted:

And ask him about a tough trail down there ... I'm sure he can recommend some to you ... :bonk:

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please correct me if iam wrong but doesnt wa. have better welfare? do you think mayor mcmumbles would apologize to trail riders if they were maced? sorry but if we had more trails they could occupy seattle everyday i wouldnt care

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please correct me if iam wrong but doesnt wa. have better welfare? do you think mayor mcmumbles would apologize to trail riders if they were maced? sorry but if we had more trails they could occupy seattle everyday i wouldnt care

I had to go back and check to make sure it said "OR" at the beginning of the thread before I said this....*** are you talking about? :busted:

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