2-Up to Yellowstone

Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by TigerMike, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. TigerMike

    TigerMike boob

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    Haha, yes he* does. Once in a while bikes parked in the garage will have little paw prints on the seat and tank. I think he prefers Harley though (as most who can't ride do).
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  2. Mr_Gone

    Mr_Gone The Lejund!

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    And the new guy starts bashing Harleys straight away!!! :rofl:rofl:rofl
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  3. Mcgee

    Mcgee Been here awhile

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    I was in Yellowstone last may my self. Quite a bit of snow in the high country. Thanks for the great ride and pic's..
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  4. blacktruck

    blacktruck Been here awhile

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    I went out there a few years ago with two buddies and we also rented a cabin at a working ranch in the Cody area and rode around there for two days before heading back to Sturgis. Having a place to use as a base camp in the area made it work great.
    Looks like you all had a great time.
    Good job on the report.
    Ride safe man..
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  5. Gramp-Z

    Gramp-Z Been here awhile

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    Nice report TigerTony . Over many years of riding I used to ride from Seattle to south of Sioux Falls to see family and rode I-90 to make time . So about 3,200 miles of interstate was so boring , but I made good time . ADV reminded me to take the roads less traveled and 99% of the time those roads were way more interesting . Even day trips are better on back roads . Look forward to your next ride .
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  6. Vinbowie

    Vinbowie Been here awhile

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    Nice !
    I love the sign "Welcome to Montana" that
    has absolutely nothing around it.
    I need to get out there one to
    experience this. :clap:clap:clap
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