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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Laconic, Jun 26, 2012.
Unless nobody is looking..... I grab a serving spoon.
During my last stint of "Harley Riding" I didn't see many dirt roads, not because it bothered me in the least, but because many of the people I rode with weren't into it (they'd do it, but they didn't like it).
I love to ride those quiet back roads, either with folks who don't mind just wandering around, or by myself. A few weeks ago I had the chance to get away for a Saturday and go poking around in the Virginia hills in Floyd, Carroll and Patrick counties. I had ridden these areas for years, but mostly the small paved roads. This time I tried to find every dirt road I could.
Jack's Creek, or maybe Millhouse Rd., I don't remember.
Nice view from up near the top.
A great area to just wander and get lost.
You know you're gettin' somewhere when there's grass in the middle!
All Ford, all the time.
There's more, you're not gettin' off that easy.
A couple times, I wondered what I might be getting into...
It's all good.
I found my way onto the BRP eventually and lunched on some tuna and crackers.
Did a little single track...
That's it for this series.
nice pictures, thanks for sharing.
(esposa de Laconic)
That looks like a relaxing day. I should do that more often
Robbie came home today.
Dead Horse Summer Soiree at Chet's Place, Union Dale, Pa.
Just happens to coincide with my regular four day weekend. What's not to like?
It was good to get on the bike. I hadn't really ridden since getting back from BYOB over a month ago, between working long hours and the repulsive heat and humidity, it just didn't happen.