North Cascades ride, September 22-23, 2001

My trusty 1997 DR350 SE,  unloaded from Jon's trailer and almost ready to ride

Summit of Harts Pass
Fork in the road, Cady Pass to the left, old mining town to the right
Nearing the summit of Cady Pass
Summit of Cady Pass
Cady Pass, looking northwest
Group photo at Cady Pass
Secret lunch stop
Secret lunch stop
An old mine
Slate Peak.  This was to be a location of an early warning radar site in the 1960's.  The top of the peak was leveled off to accommodate the radar site, but then the site was never built.  All that remains is a large concrete slab.  The peak has a US Forest Service fire lookout.
At the top of Slate Peak.  The view is incredible from up here.  This is the highest point in the state of Washington that can be driven to, elevation is somewhere around 7430'.
Jon at Slate Peak, Spence's vintage DR500 and my DR350
Me at Slate Peak
Fire lookout
Spence and Jon
It was nearing sunset, this is my shadow cast against a rock along the road down from Slate Peak to Harts Pass
Trail ride on 9/23/02, one big tree to hoist our bikes over
Site of another early warning radar installation - again, all that remains is the concrete slab.


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