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Old 11-09-2012, 07:26 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Apple Jam View Post
Looks like you had some FUN on the Santiam Wagon Rd,
out there by Mt Washington.

How'd the trailer handle those sandy whoops?
I did indeed enjoy the wagon road! And many of the trails and roads in that area. I was shocked how many trails where up there! The trailer handled very well. The silt was so deep in spots I couldn't see the trails, it was like riding through water almost... Only crashed once, deep silt and an off camber corner a little too fast..... slid out, nothing bad. I even pulled the trailer through a bunch of the OHV trails they have there next to Big Lake, it did great. I rode from the East end of the senic bypass route to Big Lake and out onto Hwy126 at Hoodoo, all on dirt trails and wagon roads. I will do more exploring up there, it was really fun!
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