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Speedy Beaver bike hauler?

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest' started by Borneo, Sep 21, 2005.

  1. Borneo

    Borneo Turbo Monkey

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    Pulled on to the Lord Hill access road about 4 today right behind a beat up old Ford pickup. The last thing I expected was a Speedy Beaver Racing sticker in the back window.... Do one of the Beavers live up there? I hit it fairly often for some hill work. Great sunset from the top tonight by the way. Rainier looked awesome.
     

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  2. Skookum

    Skookum bikey's is cool

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  3. MUTOLI

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    ha ha! Yep, that is Carolyn's Father-in-laws truck! Lord Hill?? Where is that? Paul (her husband) may have been driving it.
     
  4. Borneo

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    Nope. Looked like a younger gal driving and an older one in the passenger seat. Turned off at one of the farms.

    Lord Hill is SE of Snohomish and is the hill you see to your left heading North on 522 and crossing the river. The county just got an additional 260 acres up there. So, it's pretty darn big. Some exposed rock to ride too. But, not much flat. It's either up or down there.

    http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Depa...n/Park_Directory/Regional_Parks/Lord_Hill.htm
     
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    It was Pauls sister I guess! She is using the truck.
     
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    Yes, that is my father-in-laws truck that we use for shuttling.
    But, we were not shuttling Lord Hill! :)
    My sister-in-law and niece use the truck at their horse farm out there. That would be my little 16 year old niece, hands off boyz! :nope:
     
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    What??? 16's legal in WA, 14 in Canada......