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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by docgonzo, Nov 29, 2008.
It will be the same approximate location as the X, 40.519672,-75.113525
Thanks! Now you're talking! But I'm still worried about going across that bridge with the GS. I'm pretty sure the cylinders will get stuck!
There is the (probable) alternate shortly before the house. Just keep looking left (for the gate).
The KLR fits across the bridge Barely
Little black duck is going to have a nice warm night before travelling to go watch some LeMons
Now there's no need for me to get up early tomorrow,
I had some plans to move it a bit; next time.
Nice night grab, Simon, but don't forget the bike picture. Only "switchers" and duck thieves are allowed to use cars/pickup trucks!
Oops, it was quite dark, the bike pic didn't turn out well
Good enough for government work!
First find the Rio Reservior, and then find this road
Find this big rock on the west side of the trail
Fun little road, huh? And what a day for it too!
What a great road, Simon! Don't know how you find these places. Was a little bit of a challenge with the Big Yellow Pig and the street tires.
Here's Walter marking his spot so we can find it again....
Nice road Simon-- haven't been up it in a couple of years. Barry and I had a great 5 hours of riding. We tried to get Frank to come along, but he was shampooing and perfuming his poodle.
Here's a couple of location pics
Ya know-- you'd think a bike with basic reliability issues would have a decent tool kit that was easily accessible
First time I've ridden the Dakar with the stock wheels (good road for them). Look smashing, don't they?
(I know it's a Bichon Frisé, but I like to bust his chops about it )
A baby bichon too.
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I found that road by chance planning a route up to Monticello to go watch the LeMons race. I knew I had a winner when I saw the Minimum Maintenance sign. Anyway, here are some LeMons pics...
Awesome LeMons cars!
It was a nice afternoon to play hooky. Walter, thanks for the company. The nicest thing about the ride, besides the always beautiful roads of Sussex and Warren Counties, the weather, and the clean-for-a-change road surfaces, was the hospitality of the drivers up in the country.
Everytime we came up on a truck or car (and that wasn't that often!), the driver would pull over to the side and let us go past without hassle. I thought I was in West Virginia, where the locals love motorcyclists. Cool!
While we wait for the old farts to wait for the weather to clear up so their skirts don't get muddy, check this out--
and it's not a Photoshop
Wow, how do you "dock the duck" ?
Ducking Pilot I guess.