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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-10-2015, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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Seattle area meet up possibilities

I noticed there are a few people around the greater Seattle area. I figured that I could put it out there to have a meet up. What I really want to know from this post is if people would be interested. Just a way to meet each other and see each other's Cherokees. Maybe discuss other options later (ie off roading, trips, etc).

So if you have any interest what I would like to see is where you live, where you would prefer to meet (or how far you are willing to go meet), and anything else you could add to this idea.

So I live in Burien. Thinking Southcenter, Federal Way, or Kent as possible locations to me. Looking forward to hear from you all!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-11-2015, 03:29 AM
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Hey CC, Glad to see another local NW Cherokee on here. I'm meet and greet sounds like a plan. I'm in Everett but work in Bellevue but in honesty location doesn't matter. I have a few roads that I run up by Snoqualmie that are fun and not to much for my ADI to handle but would still give Hawk the work out that it desires. Have you ran any trails out by you?

Look forward to talking to you soon.

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Snoqualmie is a good area for that stuff. I haven't got much of a chance for trails yet. However I have already made a trip to Chelan and another to Moses Lake in it. Was going to do the Chelan overlook but it was closed off due to the fires.
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Nice, I haven't been East yet, but I know quite a few roads between North Bend and the Columbia. Also FS Road 5510 is blast to fun, it dead ends at the yakima river but it looks like when it's dry out you can cross.

Here is a link that has a most of known offroad tracks around the area.

https://www.trails.com/stateactivity...m=roadmap&a=OD
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