Fun fact about me: I still play PokemonGo religiously. My favorite way up play is when I go on my daily runs through the trails around my neighborhood or at Disneyland. I play it on my breaks at work. It the most enjoyable part of my work day and I credit it to me not going AWOL on my co-workers yet. Gotta catch ‘em all. And I’m #TEAMVALOR
today i was talking to this girl and she mentioned that she had names for her future kids picked out and that she had picked them specifically because they were gender neutral names because 1. less stress in picking ones to “fit gender” and 2. if her kids grew up and realized that they were trans it would be at least a little bit easier of a transition and it just made me so happy that she had thought about that
This area has 45 miles of wood trails and several gorgeous views of of Mt. Rainier. The trails are a bit rocky and muddy. Evans Creek Campground has 23 primitive campsites that are first come, first serve. A Northwest Forest Pass is required to ride the trails and can be purchased at the nearby Wilkinson Grocery or Burnett Grocery.
~Trail Spotlight~ Location: Dalton, GA Trail: Houston Valley ORV Area
This trail system is very popular and offers 22 miles of ohv trails. They range from easy to most difficult. The terrain provides a mixture of rocky sections, deep puddles and water crossings. Jeeps are not permitted on the trail and there is no charge for camping. There is a main staging area with plenty of room for parking! Have Fun & Stay Safe :}
~Trail Spotlight~ Location: Warren, NH Trail: The Rock Pile Motorsport Park This park is located in northern New Hampshire, and is open for practice from Sunday 9am-5pm and Wednesday 2pm-7pm. The Track is about .75 miles long and is appropriate for all skill levels. The park also had direct access to about 30 miles of other atv trails. Camping is not permitted but accommodations can be found at nearby campgrounds. Call and make arrangements before heading out! Have Fun & Stay Safe :}