Photos: Beverly Dunes Camp Out

Beverly Dunes Camp Out (Part 2)
By Eastern Washington Expeditions

Report & photos by Clay Graham / CegPics.com

Part 1 – EWE Saddle Mountains Trip

On Saturday, November 6th 2021, more Liberty State Overland Club members showed up during our first trip out into the sand dunes. We found Sev and Sky Diver out in the dunes picking up trash. Foxracer showed up not long after.

The next trip out into the dunes I took Dwain with me in my rig to show him around. We watch the group play hard out in the sand.

Around dark we sit around the propane in the mess hall and real campfire outside.

Sunday after breakfast we headed back out in the sand dunes. Foxracer found a fun little hill climb challenge. Most made it up with little problem. Doc was last to go and got stuck on top.

We ran the race tracks, bowls and hill climbs. Most headed for camp to pack up. Odo took a turn hill climbing, berming and running the race tracks with Alice. He did pretty good and did not kill us.

We headed back to camp and packed up for home. The Graham Boys did a great job breakdown camp.

This was great time thanks to all who came.

Here are some photos of the Eastern Washington Expeditions Beverly Dunes Camp Out (Part 2):

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