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Even crawling around in the woods and stopping for photos and letting the dog run. I still managed to climb to just below 7,000 elevation no snow yet. Also got home with 23 MPG. Still smiling... :)

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4 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Even crawling around in the woods and stopping for photos and letting the dog run. I still managed to climb to just below 7,000 elevation no snow yet. Also got home with 23 MPG. Still smiling... :)

Very good numbers!! I've seen mine climb since the "cruise" timing was implemented by Nick. Very good work by him. 

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It's good you took the day to recharge your battery.

This is something only you can do and should be done on a regular basis.

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No snow yet?!?! Our snow level has come down to below 5000 feet around here. It is a good feeling getting up into those high altitudes like that. I cross lost trail pass for work every couple of weeks. Clears just over 7000 ft. I love getting out in the woods like that too. Good for the soul.

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Wife and i need to get out that way again to see her cousin in Missoula and my cousin in Butte.

She has friends in Great Falls and both of us have friends in the Billings area too.

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Very nice. 

 

I just got back from 2 weeks west of Challis, ID and was at 6-9K feet. We got some snow, 3-6", about 10 days ago but it was all but gone when we left. 

 

I did 150 miles in 1-3rd gear... I think I got around 7-8 mpg for that bit! But that's hard driving. 

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5 minutes ago, notlimah said:

Looks awesome Mike, wish we had some those of drives around here!

What?  I have traveled a lot of the USA and Hawaii and next to the island of Kauai Hawaii the pacific NW is the most beautiful area of the USA I and my wife have seen to date. I have not been to the Appalachia region of the eastern USA yet but hear it is awesome as well.

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1 hour ago, Wild and Free said:

What?  I have traveled a lot of the USA and Hawaii and next to the island of Kauai Hawaii the pacific NW is the most beautiful area of the USA I and my wife have seen to date. I have not been to the Appalachia region of the eastern USA yet but hear it is awesome as well.

I hope to get chance to get there with my wife and the mil this fall and get good look. Probably up on the Blue Ridge Parkway. It is mighty beautiful up. Not near as high as the Rockies but beautiful not the less. it has been a long time since we have made the journey. 

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2 hours ago, Wild and Free said:

What?  I have traveled a lot of the USA and Hawaii and next to the island of Kauai Hawaii the pacific NW is the most beautiful area of the USA I and my wife have seen to date. I have not been to the Appalachia region of the eastern USA yet but hear it is awesome as well.

 

Should've clarified my previous post. I wish I had drives like these CLOSER to where I live haha! Most all of those type of drives are a MINIMUM of an hour and half from me and it's hard to find the time to justify that! I agree though, I lived in Hawaii for 5 years and I'd take the PNW over that 100 out of 100 times!

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I was just out there about 4-5 years ago, I have a cousin we visited who had a house In Arlington which she just sold last summer not far from you and she moved down to Seattle.

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