Materials: Lily Pad Thundereggs
GPS: 47.03552, -121.08463
When using GPS coordinates to navigate to locations in the backcountry sites like Google will often make mistakes. Please watch this video before venturing out. https://youtu.be/hQr1l7dnCE4
Tools: You can find material sitting road side here pretty often but the tools needed are digging tools and hard rock mining tools.
Date Visited: Last visited June 2022
Any Location Updates Since Visit: As of June 2022 there has been some logging operations in the lower parts of FS 1901 which means both logging trucks use the roads and they have repaired the roads for those trucks.
This is what the rhyolite looks like cut with the thundereggs inside it.
Driving To The Lily Pad Thunderegg Bed
Enjoy this rollercoaster ride through the forest on a wet June morning in 2022. The drive starts at the turn from Little Naches Road and onto forest service road 1901.
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