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Old 05-17-2011, 02:22 PM   #527
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Originally Posted by dvwalker View Post
you sly dog, any pics? Does this imply the 990 back safe and sound?

sounds like you still beat the odds though, given that it rains consecutively around Forks area almost 2/3rd's of the year. Did you have a chance to check out Neah bay?
I have pics, but have not yet taken the time to load them. Gotta work sometime....
Squishy did his RR here

The 990 is not yet back, they needed to order spokes for the front rim.
Apparently riding it all this winter and never cleaning it has allowed the salt spray crap to pit the shit out of the chrome on the front spokes. It did not effect the rear spokes nearly as bad.

Well, we nailed the even odds.
We had nice weather for 2/3 of the time up there.
Friday & Saturday were very sweet, and Sunday it rained ALL DAY.

I did not pay attention to where Neah Bay even is,
I did not navigate this trip (but maybe I shoulda, with all the turnin' around we did ).
'Twas an "Adventure", we were never actually LOST


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Originally Posted by dammitdave View Post
I rode home from Port Angeles in several inches of standing water Saturday evening. Here in the "rain shadow" it rained from 5 o'clock Saturday evening to 6 am Monday morning. 2", or roughly 10% of our annual average, fell in 36 hours! dd
Saturday night's rain hit us moments AFTER we got our tents set up. No Problem .
The heavily moss covered old growth soaked up ALL the rain & kept us dry all evening on the picnic table.
But, I was absolutely soaked to the bone, riding home on Sunday.
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