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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Signal, Sep 20, 2010.
No worries- I love replaying where I've/We've been
Honest Thanks for kicking in
All I can say is WOOOOOOOW. This was a AWESOME POST signal. Keep up the good work.
From Jeathrow Bowdean in Western Canada.
Thanks Sir Jethro-
Head straight down I-15
Bump for a friend
Feb is a heavy month, I,m suckin air...
We're all just waiting for spring! Glad to see this thread staying active.
Shoveling snow. :huh
The Punxsutawney Groundhog said Winter is over in just a week or so....
The rodent said it, I believe it. End of story.
Been a cold snowy last couple months
Good thing that rodent saw said shadow- otherwise I'd hunt him down
Oh the mistake we make in trusting the little vermin.......... One only needs to have watched "Caddy Shack" to see how devious the little vermin are.
My first day off in the last 10
THIS is how I spent my energy
Clearing the 20-30 inches off the north side of the roof
Tough to get the scale in the sea of white crust
Right? Right? I feel your pain "Sig"
HA! According to the local groundhog up these parts "Spring" is just around the corner! I Hope!
At least my bike is garaged, battery tender plugged in
Eat your hearts out, 79 in Palm Springs yesterday
Bastard! It's snowing in NC right now and I am eating my heart out!
A minor spring(ish) day- made it into the 40's
snow melted fast- I could see over the snowbanks along the driveway
Some fog developed as the snow melted, balmy 44 degrees will do that
Long flat run out toward the northwest- promontory area. Little potential for ice on a north face out there
The Golden Spike parking lot-
A quick stretch and phone check before turning around
No trains runnin down these tracks
Chilly, but I looked like this in the helmet
I was kinda ham-fisted with the throttle
edit for the dorked links above--
Again went out northwest, but now the snow has cleared off the dirt
Cool, upper 40's and windy.
I should at this point, introduce "Mr.Salty", a new mascot, generously donated by this year's secret santa (Hawk )
Gravel over clay- some gravel swim but quick, the clay was tacky
Coyboy Junkies played "Driving Wheel"
Mr Salty approved
A few miles later, "cowgirl in the sand"
That speck middle right is a golden eagle , she was on a fence, bolted as I stopped (sadly the camera was in a distance mode)
Salty used his Mojo and the ipod spun SRV's version of superstition
More in a few
Headed east into an area called the "Salt Wells"- a dry clay crust in the summer, winter and spring turns it to a shallow dry lake
"Sloop John B"- had been awhile
"Man in Black"- Mr Cash
NO other vehicles for over 1 hr out there
My favorite of the day
Melted fast at the road's edge
For comparison, the same are last week (taken whilst out hunting)
Back to the moment
Mr Salty approved of the days events