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About jackazzz

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  1. Washington

    Done and ditto Trav!
  2. Washington

    I think I'm in. Looks like a Road Warrior day.
  3. Washington

    My friend lost a Go-Pro there in November, but I don't remember it being around the parking lot?
  4. Washington

    How did you get along with the 200 Willy?
  5. Washington

    Happy B-day! PS. My wife really likes it, I may be in trouble
  6. Washington

    The pipe is dented? How'd you do that?? Gary Turner Pipe Repair Lynnwood, WA 425-774-3082 Did my pipe about 2 years ago
  7. Washington

    I remember getting a lot of rest and relaxation on this trail Glad I was on my 200 and not hauling a big 4 stroke thru like Enduroguy
  8. Washington

    I've come back to the junction that way from whistling jacks (for a burger and gas of coarse) It was a mix of forest service roads, jeep trails and moto trails, I'm not sure how to shave the forest roads and jeep trails out but it's still a fun ride. http://t-stoned.smugmug.com/Other/aug-taneum-410-ride/i-7qrCzPB/0/L/IMG_2351-L.jpg
  9. Oregon

    My response from Rick Larson, sounds like he supports HR 1187. Dear Mr. Harmon Thank you for contacting me about H.R. 1187, which would designate certain National Forest Systems lands and public lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior in the states of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming as wilderness and wild and scenic rivers, and provide for the establishment of a Northern Rockies Wildlife Habitat and Corridors Information System and Program. I appreciate hearing from you about this important issue. I am a supporter of wilderness areas and wild and scenic rivers, and remain committed to protecting natural resources for future generations. H.R. 1187 is currently under consideration in the House Committee on Natural Resources. While I do not serve on this committee, please be assured that I will keep your thoughts in mind should this legislation come to the floor for a vote. I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with me on this issue. Do not hesitate to contact me in the future should you have any comments, questions, or concerns about this or any other issue. ]If you are interested in receiving periodic updates about my work in Congress, please sign up for my newsletter by clicking here. I also invite you to follow me on FacebookTwitter and Google+ Sincerely, Rick Larsen United States Representative Washington State, 2nd District
  10. Washington

    I hear you, you can put 2 vehicles on it but it can only be in/on one vehicle at a time.
  11. Washington

    Technically yes, unless the plated bike also has an ORV registration. Then the bike should be as legal as your non plated ORV sticker-ed dirtbike. That's what this bill is trying to clarify to get DNR off our butts. I have a non converted plated bike with dual registration because the ORV tab money goes to NOVA funding and not to state parks. It's ridiculous that the DNR thinks I should also carry a 2nd D-pass on top of the ORV registration when I trailer a plated bike to ride the trails. JA
  12. Washington

    HaHa, I through in the towel and drilled and safety wired mine...... plus loctite!
  13. Washington

    Husaberg Jay-wow 300 had to bail on me so I went with KL7MDWXYZ to the last chance poker run. I must say the traction was incredible and it was a pretty nice 60 degree day! I tried to get some interest in the cowbell on the ADV "super single track" thread but nobody wanted to ride with me Maybe I'll catch the next one, it's always fun to be abused on new terrain.
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  15. Washington

    That was a lame survey but I filled in "ORV opportunities" in as many "other" boxes as I could. For concerns; I was concerned about the misuse of NOVA funds.