Thread: Palouse Riders
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Old 04-18-2009, 08:22 AM   #86
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MrVintage: I hung out with James, Don and Bob last night. Got to hear first hand about the run to the cabin. We'll have to get out on some rides with those guys.

A couple days ago, I went in search of a covered bridge I'd seen many years ago while putting around in my truck (you might remember the bridge from the cover of the local phone book a few years ago). Here is a nice Palouse river oxbow on the way:

Finally got across the river:

Here it is. Unfortunately, it's now a private bridge on private property so this is as close as i could get.
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The first commandment for every good explorer is that an expedition has two points: the point of departure and the point of arrival. If you intention is to make the second theoretical point coincide with the actual point of arrival, don't think about the means - because the journey is a virtual space that finishes when it finishes, and there are as many means as there are different ways of "finishing." That is to say, the means are endless.
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