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PNW Oppomeet 2019

I’ll have more photos when I get the film developed, but here’s what I got digitally this weekend. This was an awesome time, it was great to see those I’d met before, and great to meet those I hadn’t. Thanks to COFL for organizing this, I think we all appreciate your commitment to the PNW Oppo community. I hadn’t driven past Whistler up to Pemberton in a few years, and I’d never driven the highway between Pemberton and Lytton, and I was missing out. I need to do it again in a more fun car, and again for the express purpose of taking pictures, it’s just crazy gorgeous. Anyways, here’s some pictures.

First stop at Porteau Cove

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Coupla wagons
The genuinely impressive little E30
The source of my want for a V8 W210
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A lovely shark
Hot hatches
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I thought I got photos of the Acura and the Dodge, but apparently I forgot.

Now onto the Whistler train wreck

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Next photos I’ve got are from Nairn Falls, near Pemberton. This was the second day, after staying the night in Whistler.

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Now here’s what I got on my phone. These are from the highway between Pemby and Lytton.

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Seton Lake, a gorgeous BC Hydro reservoir near Lillooet
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That brings us to our last stop before going our separate ways, Hell’s Gate, in the Fraser canyon between Yale and Hope. By this point, I was 17 minutes behind everyone else. I was going very easy on the Legacy after Lillooet, since I slightly cooked my ATF trying to keep up with the sportier cars between Pemby and Seton Lake. Thanks for waiting for me at Hell’s gate, next time I’ll hopefully have a car that can keep up.

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That’s all for now until I get a couple rolls of film developed. That was a seriously awesome weekend everyone, it sucked to come back to work and reality yesterday.

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