Riding The Whitehorse Trail

What a great way to spend Friday Fun Day with the Donovan Dudes. We loaded up our bicycles and hit the Whitehorse Trail along the Stillaguamish River.

Trail Map
The crew rolling along

As we made our way along the river we stopped often to take in the views. And I thought it would be a good idea to have each of the Dudes write a little something about the ride.

The North Fork of the Stilly


Me and Drampa took a few pics of this river right here. The darker spot of the river is called silt and its from a little creek that flows in from under the bridge we were standing on. It was pretty sunny on our bike ride but there was still snow on the Mountain tops.

Suzie cruising on her Townie Go bike


These mail boxes are a memorial to the people that died in the Oso landslide. The mail boxes represent all the houses that got destroyed. All the mail boxes have been sealed in a bronze coating.

Mailbox Memorial

Cade: This bike ride was a very fun yet informative ride. It was just under eleven miles round trip, and the turnaround was the memorial of the OSO landslide in 2014. It was a beautiful trail that was pretty flat and had amazing views of the river. Below is a picture of my family walking along the pathway filled with 43 trees as a memorial for the victims.

A tree for every lost soul
The Crew

Well thanks to all my guest writers, that was fun.

Rush Hour!

Ok, that’s it for this one… Thanks for following along. Kat

About Jeff Katzer

Welcome friends. I'm a cyclist, hiker, motorbike rider, kayaker, photographer, videographer, ukulele player, snowshoer, XC skier, and BEST of all - a grandpa. Somewhere in that list above you'll find the theme of the Adventure Journal.
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