The next day, after around 600 miles or 1000 klicks or more in the truck, to Hyder it was to have some fun. The border crossing was easy, especially when you don’t forget your passport. Actually, come to think of it, there may not have even been one. Its been a while now.
But, typically, it is preferred to find the furthest dead-end and work back, but it couldn’t be resisted. There was a cool old bridge that had to be ridden.
With nothing much on the other side, other than a dirt parking lot, back to the main road it was and off to see what could be seen.
While keeping one’s eyes peeled for any good looking off-shoots.
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Z_HARSH screwed with this post 11-14-2012 at 10:12 PM