Spent a few days wandering around the Olympic Peninsula-ended up being a lot of off road thanks to my ace GPS TomTom.
Food first, might be out there for days!
Loaded ready to go, do I really need all this crap???
Yep, looks a lot from whatever way you look at it.
Good place for lunch, nice view and a bit of space to let..........
The logging trucks roar by. Empty they get up to 50mph+, you have to take great care on the blind corners
Had to follow this guy for a few miles-it creates even more dust when they have the slab sides. Primitive is a good word.
Probably need to change my air-filter after this.
This was very steep twisty and with big gravel 1.5 to 2"plus.
Did I mention how good my almost racing slick Michelin Pilot Road Powers are on this stuff..........thought not. Actually in all honesty it wasn't to bad. As long as I didn't get up too much speed over 35-40 and let kept the handle bars loose I was fine.
Logging improves the view, but that's about all you can say about it. Very remote 30-40miles to nearest paved road-just me and the trucks.
Did I mention remote?
My Viagra friends will remember this place-just a photo op, didn't have lunch here.
Bloody hell, roads are getting narrower, didn't meet any trucks on this stretch thank goodness.
Getting back to civilization an Oyster factory-well couple of old huts really.
Got more mud?
Where's the bloody sea gone??
OK, that's the closest I'll ever get to a trip report. Had a blast except it pissed with rain this morning and got me, my tent and all my stuff really wet. Only rain for about 2 weeks, but its warming back up and will be over 90 which is very unusual for us in the Pacific Northwet.