If you drove the 2020 Isolation Rally last summer the format we will feel similar, but there are some changes so read everything before starting out.
Print out the Sector of your choice, drive to the starting point and follow the Driving Directions. Answer as many Rally Questions as you can along with way. Once you’re done you can simply head back home and submit your answers and photos.
You have over two weeks so you can run the rally at your own pace. This is not a race, however all answers/pictures must be submitted by noon on 4/17/2021.
The sector driving directions are simple left/right instructions that require you to be observant. There are no hints or mileage notes to guide you. The directions place you on a given road for a specific distance. If you follow the directions you will be routed as needed to answer the Rally Questions.
The order of the Rally Questions does not align with the Driving Direction, so study the questions before setting out. There is only one correct answer to each question. If you think you might have missed something, safely turn around for a double check. Time is not a scoring factor.
There are 3 sectors to choose from covering the upper, middle and lower positions of the Olympic Peninsula. Each takes approximately 2 – 2.5 hours to complete.
|Jefferson County||40||Jefferson County|
|Bainbridge Island||45||Bainbridge Island|
|Key Peninsula||60||Key Peninsula|
Each correct answer is worth 1 point. Additional points are awarded for by adding pictures to the OPR Facebook and/or Instagram pages (please do not give away any answers through your posting of photos) to share experiences and keep our sense of community alive.
Don’t do Facebook or Instagram? Just submit your pictures via email and we’ll do the rest.
Submit 20 correct answers you’ll score 20 points. Post 20 pictures along with your correct answers and you’ll score 20 more points for a total of 40 points for that sector.
Other Important Information
Please be courteous to others on the road, follow posted speed limits and if you need to pull off the road, make sure you are completely out of the flow of traffic.
Feel free to use electronic navigation devices. There is no time crunch. This is not a race, just a chance to absorb the character of our region, learn some new roads and experience Spring in all its glory.
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Thanks again for participating!