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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by daGeeeze, Jun 27, 2009.
I couldn't remember the tag so I'll rebump the whole cool thing.
Noted by Pat
OK, fine! The goats ate the tag, so here's a replacement, for the purists out there who want to ride the high country. It's at 4,880 ft. And yes, you can get here on a street bike or in your family sedan. You'll want to wear a kidney belt, though ...
(If you're a little more adventurous, try coming up the back way, past the Coweeta Labs.)
I sense frustration. I was planning to move it this morning but my riding buddy from NC decided the forecast was too dire to get far from home. Gotta see where your replacement tag is. I still want to see the goats so let's declare this an either/or to try to get the game moving.
Noted by Pat
Sounds like a good plan.
I do like the new tag. Bonus it's got a little history to it. If I don't use slab it's 3 1/2 hours from me though.
I'll give it some time to see if anybody down there will get it. Hopefully someone will because I've moved it myself too many times. Don't want folks to think (know?) I'm playing with myself.
Okay, not that much time. Too close to a buddy's house. GRAB.
Risked Sevierville at lunch time on a Friday. Zigged around traffic using White School rd to Walden Creek to Wears Valley. Not bad.
New tag. You will have to beat about the Bush for this one. Cool Beans if you find it.
I never would have looked in Wears Valley, TN, Highlands NC is quite a ways away
the goal is to get people out riding.
If a tag is standing too long you will be asked to post a clue or a new tag
Maybe a clue that wasn't a riddle would get more interest
Do you mean the new tag? Bush Beans on 411 at the end of 92. I forget the name of the town but it's on the truck in the picture.
I was referring to the previous tag and others that people use pretty obscure clues.
Bush beans is not hard to find they're on almost every stores shelf.
Those are cool trucks. They belong in the cool trucks thread.
The Pickens Nose trail was easy and finding Goats on the Roof was straightforward. Any clues were extra information.
Did you grab this pic from the Goats on the Roof off of 441 in GA just South of Clayton? Your comments about Sevierville traffic and the fact that your pic looks like a different style of building makes me wonder if you didn't grab the wrong one. Not trying to be a trouble maker. Just curious.
Yeap, sounds like
I definitely went to Sevierville. Never occurred to me that this was in GA. I guess Goats on the Roof in GA is still in play and I'd still count the other tag tossed up by Old-n-Slow are good. My bad!
Well if Tiger is still the tag, I'm going to snag it tomorrow morning when I pick up the North America tag!
I'm confused. Tiger? As I read this the choices are between Goats in GA or Pickens Nose. What Tiger?
Goats on the Roof on 441 in GA has a mailing address of Tiger, GA. Yeap, I meant the Goats tag.
Shoot, I may go crazy and get Goats AND Pickens, and the NA tag, just to make sure I cover all my bases and stay in everybody's good graces
LOL! Okay, so I really didn't do enough research on the Goats tag. If you get them both you can only place one at a time for the new tag. l
Happy tag hunting!
Drago from the North American Tag-o-Rama wanted lunch, I told him the goats are for the tourists: