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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by stbob, Jul 6, 2013.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the story.
Love this region of the country keep posting, I'm loving the report already. good looking bike too
Following! Looks great so far!
nice Bob wish I could have joined you for the ride thru NC even though I am at the eastern 1/3rd of the state...the better part of a day's ride...anyway i'm glad you had good weather...enjoying the show...Thanks for sharing...hope the big beemer is built better than the 800 was....
I'm sure you were hating live having to ride down 8 from Tuggles Gap :) Nothing in Woolwine to see, but I thoroughly enjoy the road to get there :)
That's some beautiful country for sure! Thanks for taking the time to give us a look. Very nice indeed!
Grampa’s Lake Superior Ride
Grampa’s National Monument Ride
It's Route 8 and fun ride. I've ridden it more times than I can count on my way for a lunch stop at Tuggle's Gap. That whole area has great roads for scooter trash like us!
Man, you got some great shots.
That's some nice photos that you have there.....Thanks for the time....
Grampas Lake Superior Ride
Grampas National Monument Ride
I hit the BRP July 4th. Started from Asheville and made it to I77. It was a terrible day, lots of rain and fog(cloud ) so maybe in a couple of years I'll try it again.
Looking forward to reading more of your trip.
Thanks for the RR and the beautiful pic's. Looks like fun for sure.
Great RR Bob...those poles that you hang your jacket on are for a bivouac...to hang food out of the reach of foraging bears... well at least thats what i think they're for...
Yeah after I posted that I saw they're not as tall as they should be to keep the bears away...still I like your ingenuity
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What a great shot, and neat camping story! Subscribed!!!
Great report, Rob! Totally jealous (at least everything but the gnats at the campgrounds!)!
Great Ride Report Rob.
Guess what part I liked?
That's a sign of distress !
Killboy takes some nice pictures.
They know where to set up.
Nice picture of an Elk.
Glad he didn't eat your lunch! Or drink your coffee.
Could you imagine one of them on caffeine?
The views along the Appalachians are very nice.
They did a great job laying that road out and fortunately no one built a city around there to spoil the beauty.
Love the dragon !
And this stuff of course !!!
Great stuff Rob.