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The Santa Rosa 4x4's will be making a run to the Covelo area to cut Christmas Trees on Saturday December 11th. We will leave from the Coddingtown shopping center in Santa Rosa early Saturday morning, I will post the exact time tomorrow but I would guess between 6-8am. It is a one day trip.

If you would like to go but want to split the trip up so you dont have to get up so early Saturday morning, e-mail me and I can set up a place for you to stay on Friday night.
 

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TRD4ME / PARKSOFFROAD.COM said:
The Santa Rosa 4x4's will be making a run to the Covelo area to cut Christmas Trees on Saturday December 11th. We will leave from the Coddingtown shopping center in Santa Rosa early Saturday morning, I will post the exact time tomorrow but I would guess between 6-8am. It is a one day trip.

If you would like to go but want to split the trip up so you dont have to get up so early Saturday morning, e-mail me and I can set up a place for you to stay on Friday night.
Whats the covelo area like nevermind i saw pics on your website. Looks like stock rigs made the trip. Ive got the original bfgs with about half the tread left, 37K miles. Were is this place located? I live in the san jose area. Thanks.
 
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Whats the covelo area like? Thanks.
Covelo is a town that we pass through on the way up the mountain. The area that we will be cutting trees in is basically fairly major fire roads and main dirt roads, but they dont maintain them for winter use and there is gonna be snow. It will be similar to last year, it really depends on the snow levels:

xmas tree run 2003
 

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Covelo is a town that we pass through on the way up the mountain. The area that we will be cutting trees in is basically fairly major fire roads and main dirt roads, but they dont maintain them for winter use and there is gonna be snow. It will be similar to last year, it really depends on the snow levels:

xmas tree run 2003
Is it pretty easy for a beginner? Ive never driven in the snow but it looks like fun. What do you recommend?
 
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Is it pretty easy for a beginner? Ive never driven in the snow but it looks like fun. What do you recommend?
I recommend you go. Check back here tomorrow night late or e-mail me off line.
 

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TRD4ME / PARKSOFFROAD.COM said:
The Santa Rosa 4x4's will be making a run to the Covelo area to cut Christmas Trees on Saturday December 11th. We will leave from the Coddingtown shopping center in Santa Rosa early Saturday morning, I will post the exact time tomorrow but I would guess between 6-8am. It is a one day trip.

If you would like to go but want to split the trip up so you dont have to get up so early Saturday morning, e-mail me and I can set up a place for you to stay on Friday night.
is it going to be at Hytenors ranch?
 
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is it going to be at Hytenors ranch?
No, it is up by Covelo, about an hour north of his ranch. If there are people that want to go but dont want to have to get up so early to make the drive, e-mail me and I can set up a place for a few people to stay here for the night.
 
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Just an update: You need to have a permit to cut a tree, it is $10 for the permit. Problem is that the ranger station is only open to get them M-F, so I am going to go up on Friday morning to buy everyones permits. I need to know your first/last name and also your city to put on the permit. You need to let me know if you are going, you can e-mail me at pete(at)parksoffroad.com
 
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Had a great time on the tree run. I lead 5 rigs and we met up with 16 other rigs from the Mendocino club. Everyone had fun, no damage or breakage, everyone got great trees. I will have info up soon.
 
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