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    Default Northwest Weather is changing...

    And has been the past couple of weeks. We enjoyed a little two - night camping trip this weekend.

    Saturday's drive up to Slate Peak in Washington:


    Woke Sunday morning to this:


    Enjoyed the heck out of it. Glad everyone was prepared.

    Guy

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    It looks like everyone had fun, we were to the south of you and came back to Seattle from the Lake Wenatchee area at 4 AM.

    Unfortunately we were forced to sacrifice some coffee on the side of the road to clean off my LED headlights twice, which was not fun.

    I need to quit hoping on finding a solution for that and just go back to incandescent with how often we are on the edge of freezing in this part of the world.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Ran into some light snow this weekend on our adventure in SW Idaho. Nothing that stuck to the ground, but it wont be long...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyrikki View Post
    It looks like everyone had fun, we were to the south of you and came back to Seattle from the Lake Wenatchee area at 4 AM.

    Unfortunately we were forced to sacrifice some coffee on the side of the road to clean off my LED headlights twice, which was not fun.

    I need to quit hoping on finding a solution for that and just go back to incandescent with how often we are on the edge of freezing in this part of the world.

    Thanks for sharing.
    it's why my headlights are halogen and my driving lights LED. Of course, it really throws the flashers off - they can't wrap their brains around the idea that you can 2 types of lights (both legal) on a vehicle lolololol

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    Woke up to about 6 inches of snow near gallagher head lake on the fortune creek trail this last sunday.

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    4-6 inches to play in up Elk Meadow off highway 12 on the Lolo side three nights ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikkormat View Post
    4-6 inches to play in up Elk Meadow off highway 12 on the Lolo side three nights ago.
    Thought I recognized that user name!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghcoe View Post
    Thought I recognized that user name!
    There are quite a few of us FSJ's over here nowadays!

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    If you want to see some stunning fall colors head across Stevens Pass via highway 2. I drove across today in the rain but the foliage was still phenomenal but with this heavy moisture it won’t last long. Nanc and I just got back from a trip to Maine and Vermont and the colors on the Leavenworth side beat them hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WU7X View Post
    If you want to see some stunning fall colors head across Stevens Pass via highway 2. I drove across today in the rain but the foliage was still phenomenal but with this heavy moisture it won’t last long. Nanc and I just got back from a trip to Maine and Vermont and the colors on the Leavenworth side beat them hands down.
    High praise indeed! And it looks like more snow is on the way this weekend. Excellent!

    Guy

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