I've got mine, too. Sad to say, but the support for the WABDR shames the Oregon Back Country Discovery Route. The WABDR looks like something you could actually do; the outdated and incomplete information for the OBCDR has kept me from doing it, figuring it was more an exercise in GPS reading and alternative route finding. Maybe more of an adventure, though.
Please, Touratech . . . adopt Oregon next.
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