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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Blinkerfluid, Feb 1, 2009.
Some gravel is required ..
You have been warned ....
And, this should have been the first posting for the drop....
Frog rock is part of the O.A.T.
Not to hard to find .
Selfie picture before the drop
You know frogs eat eggs?
Good spot other than that.
This egg is spoiled .....no worries
I was hoping to lure a TTPC member out.......
We all are still working , not goofin about lol
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Wow! Wow! Wow!
I hadn't checked this thread since the Adirondacks. Amazing the stuff that Eggy has seen since then!
In the fall, I'm gonna try and get one of my Honda's to Albuquerque, then stash it there for the winter. Maybe I'll be swinging through Oklahoma!
Rode by that back in 2014. Too bad I won't be around that way until Christmas.
Apparently, it will still be there .......
The adventure continues....
I picked up the egg near Terlton, OK early this afternoon
Hauled him to Fayetteville so I could take care of a little work.
Didn't like being in the city too much,
So I rewarded the egg and I with some Chick-Fil-A.
Mmmm, what that egg could've been.
We made it back to Okie land with just enough daylight left for a short excursion.
Natural Falls State Park.
More sight seeing planned for tomorrow
Cosmo and I meandered our way north from the home base. First stop: Oologah Lake
A little further northward, Nowata
From here, we had to detour a bit to avoid some of the remaining downpours in the area. By the time we reached our next stop, the sun had come out, not a storm in sight. By this time, we had crossed into Kansas.
Standard sunny Kansas day:
We veered off onto a nice but bumpy gravel road, courtesy of the Flint Hills.
Stopped for a hike, well, really a short walk, to Butcher Falls
Cosmo came out unscathed and ready for more riding. A little ways down US 166, we rode upon our next point of interest.
I am assuming the 2nd of the aforementioned schools:
I couldn't make Cosmo go inside. It reminded him too much of his 1st grade teacher. "Cosmo! Are you daydreaming again?"
If I had to attend that school, I'd be daydreaming, too, about that swimming hole so near. Except for this critter, anyways.
By this time, the warmer temps had worked up an appetite. Just further up the road, in Howard, is Toot's Drive-In.
Cosmo ordered a cheeseburger, and for me? Well the little jerk didn't order me anything.
When he finally finished eating, and chatting with the girl that took his order, we set off again. Unfortunately, he about made me late for an appointment, and we had to make a straight shot into Wichita.
Cosmo got up and sprawled out like he was tired. I don't see how he could be, he got to sit in the saddle bag. He didn't even have to wrangle to bars against the wind today. After his bellyaching, I got back on the road towards home.
The sun decided to set about 30 minutes too soon to see the two remaining planned sites I had yet to get to.
If I get the chance, I'll take the egg along for another ride or two. Then Cosmo is off for the next adventure by the end of the weekend.
Mascot has been placed
Go east for just under 3 miles. Look for this:
Park at the opening in the rails. This is the tag photo.
Walk back towards the east ( front of the bike in the tag photo. Count to the 5th guardrail support. Walk across the street. Cosmo is hidden under two fallen limbs and two of an evergreen's limbs.
See the two rocks with the two fallen limbs?
Put the stash in a new dry bag. Hopefully this one doesn't get attacked by a rodent.
No pictures of the pie? Nobody goes to Oark without getting pie!!
I did have a good cheeseburger from them. Sadly, I didn't save any room for the pie.
Wow. 36 pictures and three videos to get to the next tag. That may be a record.
Arkansas is a bit too far from me, but two months and no action?
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He didn't stay West very long when I brought him to UT. Not in my plans for a while to head East again.
Am I going to have to take a day off and go get him again?