From the Oregon Zoo (on Highway 26), through Portland, past Estacada, and into the woods on road 4610 (the Abbott Road). I wanted to get to Tumala Lake/Meadows (formerly Squaw Lake/Meadows). I was stopped about 5 miles short due to snow at about 3000 feet.
Barlow Road Snow Wheeling
The Barlow Road is an old historic wagon trail. It was the last stretch of
the Oregon Trail where they either chose to go over the Cascades or go down
the Columbia River. All filmed using the Canon 500D
In the Washout on 4610 Rd in Mt Hood National Forest
High Rock Road near Mt. Hood
My wife's first ever video she filmed with her Nikon Coolpix camera. The
Vehicle is a stock 07 Toyota FJ 6MT. The road is FR -4610. This stretch is
about 20 miles in from where it starts off of 224. Unfoutunatley, this was
filmed on the way back to the start as we ran into some serious watershed
damage that under the circumstances forced us to turn around about 22.5
YJ on 40" Goodyear MTR's snow wheeling
Jeep YJ with a stroker 4.6 motor and 1 ton dana 60 axles with 40" goodyear
MTRs on KMC beadlocks. There was plenty of deep snow to play in.
This is April 2011 in the Oregon Cascades, about 20 miles west of Bend at
Edison OHV area. We were at the Kwohl Butte shelter at 6800ft elevation and
14 feet of snow!
Wheeling Oregon Style!
1995 Geo Tracker Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1995 Geo Tracker. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
Pacific Coast Highway: Time - Lapse
A time lapse video taken from Monterey, CA to approximately Camarillo, CA
through the Pacific Coast Highway. I had the camera on a power inverter but
I didn't realize I had to turn ON the inverter if the car was ever
restarted... as a result, I ran out of battery power right before getting
to San Simeon.
The video was taken with a Samsung HMX-U10 HD recorder on its time-lapse
mode doing a frame a second. That and 3 rubber bands, some folded up paper,
and attaching it to my rear-view mirror.