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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by kdscoates, Nov 5, 2008.
Well that was fast...you campin' there or something? Looking forward to seeing where you put it next
Saw the tag this morning and decided I had time to run over and get it. Plus there's something about Yonah Dam Rd that I enjoy....might be the speeds that the KLR does down it.
While you were out there did you take the bike up this?
My phone some how lost the picture of the KLR at the top.
New tag coming soon....
I only got a picture AFTER I had already come back down the hill
Seriously, I thought it was funny that you had a pic of this hill. I took one too, just thinking it was a cool looking place.
This road is SOOOO much better than 441.
Damn It Jim this is a Bridge named after me not a doctor!
TAG - The bridge is actually off Mashburn Road near the intersection of McCoy Bridge, which is off 441 north of I-85.
This was the maiden voyage for the GSA on dirt roads, but won't be the last.....
Who knew that we had our very own Stonehenge here in Gawja. There is lots o' truth to what is etched in that there granite.
A little over 200 miles today, what a wonderful day it was
Well... som'bitch. I even searched but guess I missed it... Here is a replacement tag... Glad I took more than one
We may need a ruling to determine if this is a repeat as the pre-construction sign was taken (link to post), If it don't count then tag is up for grabs as I won't have a chance to get a replacement tag in the time limit..
Nice Ride Paul
Thanks Mike! Glad to be back in the mix. I still have the DRZ, but this is sooo much better for 2 up.. The wifey wanted to start taking a few rides, so I bought this steed....
Wow, I clicked on the links in your signature and found the post for that ride that you, Frank and I took... Man that was a hell of a day, what a blast on the big 9fiddy... That made me smile
back to the tag thread...
I believe I know where this is. Somebody please beat me to it, as I'll probably be at a meeting there tomorrow. BTW, nice GS!
De map be kawt up.
Thanks Fido! Now, I need to get caught up on the COMMIES map.. never enough time.
Joe A. Adams building in Royston. It's the administrative building for Ty Cobb Healthcare and also houses the Ty Cobb Museum.
This is the guard shack for a development that was never meant to be. Not far from Hartwell Dam or the headwaters of Lake Russell. If you want to get muddy, you can try out the roads that never got built.
Your clue is the picture below. Somebody forgot to tell Google that this place never panned out
The only positive thing about the economy going south and so many of these developments going under is that it makes for easy stealth camping when out and about on the bike.
I mean...if you're into that sort of thing.
Anyone need a clue? Let's get this thing moving!
Just haven't had time to go get it...
If it doesn't get tagged this weekend, I plan to head up there on Monday