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Northwest Oregon Scheduled Meet Calendar

Discussion in 'North West' started by Chickenmunga, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. MyTacosBetter

    MyTacosBetter Well-Known Member

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    Benson, as a self-declared mumbly peg expert, I can assure u that there's no bondage goin on there, those are games 6 & 7 (the one's Joe wants to play)
     
  2. Tacoyota

    Tacoyota senile member

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    he left out the ol hoop n stick game for some reason, I sense a tire rolling down a trail
     
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    13Greysled Well-Known Member

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    I meant is it required if say the truck stayed at camp lol Not sure how my completely oem 4x4 will do on a medium+ difficulty trail.
     
  4. Tacoyota

    Tacoyota senile member

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    I got my ATV permit sticker today. They actually want you vin# fwiw. $10 per 2 years. easy buy
     
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    snowgod06 UG legend wannabe

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    crap bolted and welded together....
    oh no, lol. If your truck is at camp your fine. Like i stated, if you want to take it on trails you need a sticker.
     
  7. Chickenmunga

    Chickenmunga [OP] Nuggety

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    -trailered vehicles don't count to the 'camp vehicle' count.
    -tow rigs don't need OHV permits.
    -An OHV permit doesn't waive camp fees.


    So, for you it's just money towards the camp fee if you are camping. I suggest bringing $10 in singles, so far it's looking like each person will only need to pay less than $5.
     
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    so...strippers with the kegs? :D
     
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    Ewww. Please leave your $10 hoes at home Bobert!
     
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    hahaha nope! Bringing them just for you!
     
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    J88logue NorthWest Member

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    $10 hoes!! I'll have to empty my change jar!
     
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    Make it hail!
     
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    Codyj8 Shit'll buff out!

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    Free lap dances for 1st gens? :D
     
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    J88logue NorthWest Member

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    k i'll be there Friday night meow :D
     
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    mike, one thing i dont remember is if TSF requires fire extinguishers for OHV trucks.

    On that note, if anyone has one/two laying around may not be a bad idea to bring them.
     
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    iirc all ohv cls. II require one.

    And, btw, I get 1:1 SWR on my cb on 1 & 40, is that common? Sounds too good.
     
  18. Chickenmunga

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    Anything single black or higher, though we will probably only do single black with perhaps selective double blacks.

    Yes. That video was pretty accurate of the conditions I last saw it in, but that trail sees a lot of use and can change dramatically with the knuckleheads that like to go in and spin tires to chew it up. Sometimes it's difficult, other times it's laughably easy.

    I didn't look at it but the map does say it is required. If I can hurry up and get a real one, I'll have one or two cheesy ones to hand out.

    If they are under Regulated Fire Use, then it gets more concerning:

    NO SMOKING – except in designated campgrounds, developed recreation facilities, designated dispersed campsites or in the closed cab of your vehicle (doors on and windows rolled up).
    · NO OPEN FIRES – no campfires or charcoal barbecues except at designated campgrounds or designated dispersed campsites at which ODF has installed metal fire grates. (Propane stoves and gas barbecues are OK.)
    · NO NON-INDUSTRIAL USE OF CHAINSAWS – except as waived by the Forester.
    · NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES OFF ROADS – Designated OHV trails in areas covered by the waiver for OHV use remain open for use during Level 2 industrial fire precautions (IFPL). Trails in areas covered by the waiver for OHV use close but the roads in the OHV areas remain open for riding during Level 3 industrial fire precautions. These areas include the Browns Camp Area, Lyda Camp Area, Jordan Creek Area, Diamond Mill Area, and Trask.
    · NO FIREWORKS.
    · NO WELDING, ARC/TORCH CUTTING OR GRINDING OF METAL.
    · REQUIRED FOR ALL VEHICLES OPERATING IN THE WOODS (except dirt bikes and quads): 1) 1 gallon of water or a 2.5 pound fire extinguisher 2) 1 shovel with an 8 inch blade and at least 26 inches long from the tip of the blade to the tip of the handle
     
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    What is Firebreak Five, single black diamond?
     
  20. Mitch

    Mitch Somebody call for a Wambulance?

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