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EWE Wagons East: We are loaded and ready to go camping. We are headed out to get a campsite for the weekend in Little Naches.

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might just see you guys up there tomorrow.

Last minute a couple guys i know from the cour d'alene area said they were coming up this weekend. hopefully we see you out there.
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Ryantowry_81 wrote: Fri Oct 08, 2021 8:46 am might just see you guys up there tomorrow.

Last minute a couple guys i know from the cour d'alene area said they were coming up this weekend. hopefully we see you out there.
Did you make it? I did see a rig with an Idaho plate.
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Yeah, he was in a lime green Toyota with a tube bed.

We went up Naches pass then found out they were repairing some bridges that were out so we turned around and did 4w676 off quartz creek rd up to 4w306 around the back side of rocky saddle and up and over to come out on milk creek rd. It was a long ride. Lots of tight trees. How did your guys trip end up?
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Ryantowry_81 wrote: Sun Oct 10, 2021 8:53 pm Yeah, he was in a lime green Toyota with a tube bed.

We went up Naches pass then found out they were repairing some bridges that were out so we turned around and did 4w676 off quartz creek rd up to 4w306 around the back side of rocky saddle and up and over to come out on milk creek rd. It was a long ride. Lots of tight trees. How did your guys trip end up?
It was a great time. We skipped the section they were repairing the bridges. I will post a full photo report after I go through the hundreds of photos.
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