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    Senior Member Rainman's Avatar
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    My Dad and I set out from "The Orchard" off of Coleman Creek Road and headed up Colockum Road. We saw over 200 elk, four turkeys, one coyote, and one deer. At the top of Colockum Road we headed east down Brewton Road heading towards the West Bar along the Columbia River across the river from Crescent Bar. The trip was just under 70 miles, which was our longest trip to date. The weather was perfect. The roads were fine until we started down Brewton Road and got into some rocks. Other than the rocks, it was a great ride.



    Saw some elk. At times, we had to stop to let them pass in front of us:







    View of the Quincy Lakes and Moses Lake:





    Saw some turkeys:





    Old grain bins on the West Bar:





    On the West Bar:





    View of Crescent Bar:





    Got into some rocks:





    Old cabin. We couldn't figure if it was a line shack or a snow mobile cabin. It was in disrepair.

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    Disrepair or not, I bet Tony would like it. Nice pictures, and Thanks for sharing. I spent this weekend staining the deck. Gerry
    Take care my Friend.........

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    Thanks for the sharing.

    That's some wild scenery photos...

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    Nice photo's of your ride. It's always nice to be able to "sneak up" on the wildlife too. I keep hoping to run across a bear while riding the TW, but only see one when I'm in the safe confins of the truck. This past weekend the family went on a drive in the pickup to a lookout tower while geocaching. On the way up we saw some wild turkeys too.



    Thanks for sharing your ride photo's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgizmow View Post
    Disrepair or not, I bet Tony would like it. Nice pictures, and Thanks for sharing. I spent this weekend staining the deck. Gerry




    Hey Jerry -- It is 3:05 in the morning and I needed a laugh! Thanks.



    And thanks to Rainman for sharing some really fantastic pictures. Tony
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    Lovely !!!
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