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|Clover Barge Ramp|
Bad move with all the runoff and muddy puddles. We'll know better for next time.
We did discover why they call it Clover Lake, lots of clover growing in the area.
As we progressed north, the road went from active to not used in many, many years. We retraced our steps at the ends of spurs, and continued as far as the alders, cedars and firs in the roadbed would allow us to travel. I think the old roads are really pretty to ride.
We turned around and headed back down Clover Main. At the main junction we continued south to find the opening to Elvis Main. This section of road is named after the King of Pop who stands proudly on the point, also named in his honour.
|Riding a section of Elvis Main on Goat Island.|