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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachXJ1993 View Post
    Well I'm down over here in south east Idaho. This area seems to be the closest of the general areas listed. I up in a small town called Rigby. Just north of Idaho falls. Great place to live.

    Am I posting in the rift region? If someone could let me know that'd be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW99XJ View Post
    To me.... The NW= OR/WA/ID....

    I'd say your in the right place!

    Sweet. Well glad to be here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachXJ1993 View Post
    Sweet. Well glad to be here.


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    Well, glad to have ya!
    Whats the wheeling like over there?
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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Quote Originally Posted by NW99XJ View Post
    Well, glad to have ya!

    Whats the wheeling like over there?

    It's pretty fun. Really diverse. We have St.. Anthony sand dunes. Tons of lava rock beds out in the desert. To the east is the Kelly canyon recreational area with lots of great trails for 4x4s and dirt bikes. There is also the river beds for the snake river. Lots and lots of great wheeling in my little neck if the woods. My favorite is a little place called webster's dam. It's pretty sweet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZachXJ1993 View Post
    It's pretty fun. Really diverse. We have St.. Anthony sand dunes. Tons of lava rock beds out in the desert. To the east is the Kelly canyon recreational area with lots of great trails for 4x4s and dirt bikes. There is also the river beds for the snake river. Lots and lots of great wheeling in my little neck if the woods. My favorite is a little place called webster's dam. It's pretty sweet.


    Not my Jeep but this is Webster's Dam.





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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Quote Originally Posted by ZachXJ1993 View Post
    It's pretty fun. Really diverse. We have St.. Anthony sand dunes. Tons of lava rock beds out in the desert. To the east is the Kelly canyon recreational area with lots of great trails for 4x4s and dirt bikes. There is also the river beds for the snake river. Lots and lots of great wheeling in my little neck if the woods. My favorite is a little place called webster's dam. It's pretty sweet.


    Here is a few more.

    This is at the southern end of St. Anthony dunes.


    And another that's mixed sand the lava rock.



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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    the last 2 pic. looks some what we have up in the southeast washington. look like a fun place and nice trails.

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    Yup... it's settled... I'm going to have to make it out to Idaho one of these days... terrain looks awesome! Thanks for sharing Zach.
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    Ya I really like it out here. And we we got plenty of snow-wheeling during the cold months....


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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Hey guys, the name is Justin. I am new on here but not to jeeps. I am currently on my 6th one. Just picked up a 1987 xj with 127,000 original miles. Getting it trail ready as we speak. I live in eatonville Washington.

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    Hey Justin, welcome aboard!
    Our NW representation is growing quite well, glad your here man!
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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Thanks, good to be here. Doesn't look like there has been any action in this thread for a while though!

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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    hi glad you found use you closes to Mt. Rainier you should have some good wheeling around there. I'm hoping to get up in that area next spring.

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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Quote Originally Posted by Nwcharger View Post
    Thanks, good to be here. Doesn't look like there has been any action in this thread for a while though!
    There's plenty of jeepers in OR/WA/ID they just don't seem to get on here much. If you use Facebook there is a group called Northwest Jeepers that's kinda cool, and lots of other Jeep and 4x4 groups as well.
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    Default Re: Getting to know NW Region

    Great. Thanks for the info. And yes I am very close to Mt. rainier. Let me know if you head this way.

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