The Big Cajona Quad - Cajon Pass - Jan 31, 2009
#21
kenszok Wrote:I drove up to the Cajona site today after my morning job. The road has not been graded, but I believe someone in a sedan could make up to the site. There are a few rutted areas. Just use common sense while driving on the roads, and you should be fine. If I still had my Maxima, I would now hesitate going to the event in it.

Ken
Thanks for the road report Ken.. how was the ground conditions?

You would or would not hesitate? Head Scratch
Chris Walker - Forum Owner
#22
chris_wlkr Wrote:
kenszok Wrote:I drove up to the Cajona site today after my morning job. The road has not been graded, but I believe someone in a sedan could make up to the site. There are a few rutted areas. Just use common sense while driving on the roads, and you should be fine. If I still had my Maxima, I would now hesitate going to the event in it.

Ken
Thanks for the road report Ken.. how was the ground conditions?

You would or would not hesitate? Head Scratch
[color="black"]I would not hesitate. [/color]Sorry for the confusion. What do you mean by ground conditions? Same as it usually is for this time of year, I guess. There seemed to be more ballast spread out at the Cajona site.
#23
Sorry .. to clarify ground conditions I mean .. mud? ponds? streams? that sort of stuff.

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Chris Walker - Forum Owner
#24
The road was dry with no mud or ponds. I don't recal kicking up much of a dust trail either.Big Grin
#25
Well I am excitedley awating this years Big cajona event... Looks like the weather is going to be gryeat, a bit chilly in the morning, but after the sun gets up, the temperature should be in the 70s or so. Big GrinLook forward to seeing you all there.
#26
[user=9]kenszok[/user] wrote:
Quote:I drove up to the Cajona site today after my morning job.  The road has not been graded, but I believe someone in a sedan could make up to the site.  There are a few rutted areas.  Just use common sense while driving on the roads, and you should be fine.  If I still had my Maxima, I would not hesitate going to the event in it.

Ken

You were up there today too? I stopped by the spot while chasing 4924 on its way out.
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#27
I'm bringing a shovel just in case. It would be my luck to get stuck in the only mud hole left from the snow.:omg: See you guys tomorrow in the early am.

-Nick
#28
well ur going to like Cajon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Big Grin
~David Carballido-Jeans
#29
Well, the heavy gear is loaded in the RAV-4. Just need to get up early and pack the ice chest. Looking forward to tomorrow.:yes::dancing:Bliss:jumpg1::jumpg2::headspin::star::driver:
#30
I will see everyone in the morning. My departure time from Burbank will depend on how well I sleep and how I feel after my first visit to Starbucks in the A.M.

ck


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