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Upcoming: 4th Annual Go Play Topless” Weekend!

4th Annual
“Go Play Topless” Weekend!

September 4-6, 2015
Hosted by Eastern Washington Adventures
Sponsored by Selah Community & Tourism and Build-it Offroad

This is a Free to attend event, open to all street licensed road worthy 4×4 rigs with removable TOPS OFF. Jeeps, Blazers, Broncos, Scouts, FJ40s, Trackers, Samurais, chop off top rigs, etc.

Yakima River Canyon/Wenas Wildlife Area Adventure with Sightseeing and 4×4 Trail Run on Saturday September 5th, 2015 starting from; Eastern Washington Adventures Club House * 3250 Selah Loop Rd. Selah, WA 98942. Stay the weekend and also enjoy more fun like; Meet & Greet, Potluck, RTI Ramp, Camping, Campfire & Free Family Fun!

We will be putting on a lot of road miles so please do not bring a rig that will get you pulled over or one that might break down. You must follow the rules and the laws of the land to run with us. A Discover Pass is required for all vehicles. Have a full tank of fuel, your lunch and all the supplies you need before the trip.

This is a Free to attend event but all participants must sign up in advance. Let us know what kind of rig you plan to bring on the run, how many in our group, what you are bringing to camp with if that applies, if you are planning to join the potluck Saturday or Sunday and what you can bring for that potluck. Sign up at Selah Community & Tourism * 105B South 1st Street, Selah, WA 98942 or email: SelahAdventures@outlook.com

For more information and past photos, please visit Go Play Topless on Facebook!

For more info call Clay Graham: 509 698-4244 SelahAdventures@outlook.com

Past events: 2014, 2013, 2012

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Photos: EWOR Manastash Summit Trail Run

Manastash Summit Trail Run
Hosted by Eastern Washington Off Road
Report by Clay Graham. Photos by Clay / Eastern Washington Off Road

UPDATE: I was told from the Department of Natural Resources that the Manastash Ridge Road is closed to the public. It is not a Green Dot Road.

On June 30th, 2007, around 10 AM we met up with 8 rigs at Many’s market in Naches, Washington. Fatboy lead us out of Naches, across the Wenas Valley onto North Wenas Road and through the Wenas Pass. We turned up the Observatory Road and followed it to the top of Manastash Ridge to the Manastash Observatory.

The views from the Observatory were great. We took a group photo and headed up the Manastash Ridge. 99 being new to wheeling wasn’t sure about going down a steep loose hill we came to. She was in the lead and had to be the first one down. She went on down and did fine. We stopped to watch the others come down and then moved on.

At FS1701, Jerry headed home. We took 4W694 to stay on top of the Manastash Ridge.

Down the trail Test Dummy’s rig started having a few problems. Test Dummy dropped down 4W670 to get his rig home. We head on with 6 rigs. We stopped for a view of Manastash Lake.

We stopped at Funny Rocks to watch some rigs play and then we went to Moon Rocks.

We headed back to 4W694 and turned down 4W686.

I got out to take pictures of the wash out on Milk Creek Road because a lot of people ask to see pictures of it. I think the guys that drove around us thought I was nuts for taken road wheeling pics.

We are aired up at the bottom of Milk Creek Road (FS1708) and headed home on SR410.

This was a real fun run. Great people, scenery and weather.

Here are some photos of EWOR Manastash Summit Trail Run:

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Photos: EWOR Ahtanum Snow 4×4 Run

Ahtanum Snow 4×4 Run
Hosted by Eastern Washington Off Road
Report by Clay Graham. Photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Off Road

On Friday April 20th, 2007 BSLM and I went up to the Ahtanum Sno-park with our families and set up camp for the Eastern Washington Off Road Ahtanum Snow Run. We were running a little late and Toyman2 show up not to long after we got there. Tiny and Roll-Over camp up for awhile. They went and got some fire wood before they left.

Saturday most of the other wheelers showed up around 10 am. We headed up A2400, A2420 and then ran the Sedge Ridge 4×4 Trail west. Monster Mazda cut a tree out of the trail.

We went on past Red Saddle to the Rocky Climb. This was fun getting up with the open dif rig I was driving. Vetsch was having some trouble getting up were I had climbed. I guess he forgot to air down. ToyRollin37s followed Tyrunner around the other way though the deeper snow.

On up the trail I had to fall back and let others with lockers lead. Tyrunner dug some big holes we fell into and I ended up having to winch to the top because I couldn’t get started again. I made it so slick Vetsch had to winch up the top part.

Up past the Dual Climb, I got stuck on a downed tree under that snow. Scuba gave me a pull back and we moved on.

After that last little climb and the tires digging in, I powered up out of between two trees and slid into one. Commando14 needed a picture of some carnage anyways.

Test Dummy was calling me on the CB from Red Saddle so I turned around to meet up with him. There wasn’t much left to run of the trail anyway with the logging closer. BSLM took over as Trail Boss and two rigs (Fatboy & Scuba) followed me down to Red Saddle. Test Dummy found he had a bad u-joint so we went on down to the Sno-park to swap it out. He came into some problems and couldn’t change it so he headed to a friend’s in Tampico. Scuba Steve’s transfercase was making a lot of noise and was going out. He loaded his XJ on the trailer and headed home.

Fatboy and I didn’t want to sit around so we headed on up to meet back up with the group. We met with a few of the guys and said the other were on there way down too. We waited at camp for everyone so we could regroup and run Whites Ridge. It was kind of late when the others got back to camp so we put Whites Ridge off until Sunday. Most of the guys went home so it was just the 3 families camping. It rained but it was fun BSing around the fire with tunes from Toyman2’s rig and BSLM Ipod.

Sunday April 22nd, 2007 Toyman2 headed home. BSLM and I took our families up the Whites Ridge 4×4 Trail. At the first steep climb from McLain Canyon Road, BSLM had to take a few runs at it because of the snow.

BSLM made a nice road for me to drive up on. It was my turn to plow the way so I took the lead. The trail started going down hill and the snow was a little soft. We turned around and went down to Tree Phones Campground.

At Tree Phones Campground, I drove around the north camp loop and stopped at the middle camp site. BSLM followed and said it was easy. We stopped to use the outhouse and then followed BSLM around the south camp loop. I got to use the new winch to pull BSLM back out of the holes he was stuck in. He powered though the holes and was on his way. BSLM took the lead and then stuck his rig again at Tree Phones. BSLM said he wouldn’t have been stuck if he was in his XJ.

This was a very fun weekend snow run / camp out. Thanks to all that came out.

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Photos: EWOR ORV Play Day at Ceg Ranch

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Hosted by Eastern Washington Off Road/Ceg Ranch
Report by Clay Graham. Photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Off Road

On Saturday March 31st, 2007, we had many come to our free community event, Eastern Washington Off Road ORV Play Day at Ceg Ranch in Gromore, Washington. It was held in Ceg Ranch’s Field of Dreams Arena which use to be used for the Gromore Children’s Rodeo.

Since it was a free play day, people had a chance to run over cars with their 4×4 rigs, Flex out on the RTI Ramp, and compete in the 4×4 Tug-A-War sponsored by Ron Dunn Jr. with 4WheelingPlus.com.

This was a very fun day of play in our back yard thanks to all the volunteers and the people that came to play.

Here are some photos of the EWOR ORV Play Day at Ceg Ranch:

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