Washington State Department of Natural Resource’s John Moon (from left), Carrie McCausland and Benjamin Hale walk along a 4x4 offroad trail built as part of the Reiter Foothills Forest ORV Trails near Sultan on Thursday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Washington State Department of Natural Resource’s John Moon (from left), Carrie McCausland and Benjamin Hale walk along a 4x4 offroad trail built as part of the Reiter Foothills Forest ORV Trails near Sultan on Thursday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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