It's still raining edition
>12th man bro
>dirty Californian transplants
>lovingly harvested local coffee beans sensitively roasted brewed and poured sustainably harvested recycled biodegradable coffee cups
Shit posting while at work, truly living the dream.
Recently went down to Oregon though to see the GF. I think I gave Washington drivers a bad name, but that shit was confusing. So many times lanes ended and merged together without an notice, it was incredible.
Vashon island hoon meetup when?
Nope, and there are still hundreds of TDI drivers out in the city. The only people getting shitty notes and vandalism were in the most gentrified and pussified neighborhoods.
I'm still going to move, though. My college is dedicating all of April to "whiteness history" during which they'll be outlining just how evil whitey is and why we should all just cut our cocks off and sit in the corner.
1UZ-FE with a single large turbo, MS3X, full sequential ignition and injection. Paired with a SR 5 speed transmission.
Make sure you document it and post pics of the build.
>le edgy imperial japan suicide planes
every japanese person would be embarassed to learn about your "OhkaZ"
If you think Oregon drivers are bad come to Portland and witness Washington drivers making us look like pros.
>Half inch of snow in Portland
>Sell out all of our snow chains
>Watch people put them on in the parking lot.
This is why we can't have nice roads.
Skyline blvd after Germantown intersection heading towards Catpoop. Just beware cyclists.
I'm a local truck driver in the metro, I do runs all over all the little badass roads since it's roofing delivery with a boom truck. I'll try to start compiling then for /o/ folks, didn't realize there were so many of us Cascadians
I just picked up a cx500 with knobbies on it. Pretty rad.
I nominate hwy 34 from corvallis to Waldport. actually this whole route is fire.
noice. where you located
>you should have bought mine
state road 410 and 411 are INSANE, it turns gravel for like 2 miles too, but they are ridiculous. I highly recommend it, and siletz has great fishing as well. HWY 34 has kickass curves as well.
I just realized I've been on 34 until Alsea at least. My dad keeps wanting me to go on a ride with him on that highway, he grew up in Philomath and that's basically his old stomping grounds.
God I love how varied the roads are in this state. I've done a lot of travel (did long haul trucking for a while) and I still found I just absolutely loved coming home to Oregon. Sure we have lots of cops, and shitloads of roadworks, but that also means we have some of the best pavement on our roads as well.
I got to a little past mendocino in a day, then the next morning to SF.
it's meant to be a hat, but it is the most gorgeous little chapel inside.