A fish that swims in the dirt? Well, no. Just North of the town of Snoqualmie, a historic Washington State lumber mill town and the famous Snoqualmie Falls, lies more than 315 acres of mostly flat land, some open, some tree-covered, and home to the home of the largest rally school in North America. One of three, the other two are in the mid-west and the northeast. Drive through town and cross a one-lane bridge over the Snoqualmie River, turn left at a funny sign that looks like a fish, and you drop down into the front office of the facility overlooking the area, including industrial buildings that host the school cars where they are maintained and cleaned of the mud thrown on them from racing around the trails. They are DirtFish.
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