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Old 12-31-2010, 06:24 PM   #47
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Day 2 Continued

The CDR goes right by the Gravelly Range which is a shame if you ride right by it. It's basically a loop, entering and exiting in the same place. It took a couple of hours to ride if I remember correctly. I can tell you every single one of us was absolutely blown away. Never have we seen anything quite like it. A magnificent place to ride through on a big trailie.


One of hundreds of beautiful creeks we saw throughout the trip




This is a fantastic section of the Gravely Range; windswept, wide open, high-altitude riding. It was difficult to stop and get a picture without being blown over




We will get higher on this trip. Remember, it's late Sept.




Coming up on Black Butte


Group shot.
Idaho & Montana have no helmet laws or Huegel's helmet fell off due to it being 3x too big.


Bruce and I. You can still see last winters snow pockets on Black Butte.




You can follow this awesome road off in the distance at the next ridge




Your riding high here fellas. Literally !


After a couple of hours of beautiful riding we descend back down. Then the first one happened.


More later as we work our way towards Grand Teton.......
"Grand Teton" The French named it, meaning "Great Tit" Seriously.
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