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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by sallydog, Sep 7, 2008.
Nice tag.... wonder if I can sneak out before work and grab that one
Yeah, it prolly was in feckin' July!
Oh yes. Yes, you can. The only question that remains is, will you?
Saves me from actually having to ride.
Great riding over that way.
You want good suspension on 119 over that way with some travel
You've got that right. But it's kind'a like road skiing... you just try to carve around the bumps and bang off the big moguls.
I had to stop and set the FJR on full soft or risk some dental work.
Finally out of hibernation, eh?
Just brushed up on my PhotoShop skills.
This is off of 123a. Definitely a road you need to ride if you haven't.
Went right past that covered bridge, was all over 123 and 123a yesterday and rode parts of the Puppy. The Dog still has some of brown gooey stuff on it.
Edit; Found this trail about a mile east of South Acworth on 123a. Couldn't take it very far, ground frozen.
Old tag Langdon, NH
This is the Granite State, so this must be ________ Lake :)
View in the other direction, bike has not moved....
Always a good day for a Brucing.
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By the way, that is called McDermott Bridge.
That was a great tag Clown. Awesome area for adventuring. Thanks for bringing me out there, even though I didn't get the tag. Worse part was I didn't know I got Bruced until I made it to "downtown" Acworth. Headed east from there and meant a few country folk splitting stumps on the side of the road that asked to take my bike for a quick ride. I declined and he told me when I want to get rid of it, come see him. All, in all, a great 160 mile day.
You didn't see my roost? Should have been fairly fresh
I did but my wishful thinking was hoping it was from EC.