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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by rockinrog, May 12, 2012.
I went out for a couple hours today to test the water proof-ness of my riding clothes.
How did your gear stand up to the wet weather. Last time I rode around the "elk Range" we only saw two after the "Now Leaving the Elk Range" or whatever the sign said. It was kind of funny because they were standing just on the other side of the sign.
I was completely dry underneath. I will upload a short video tomorrow at work.
I counted at least 30 elk and we saw one crossing the stream, but didn't get a pic of that.
Elk are one of the reasons I miss Montana. I need to get out and see some PA elk.
We tried to get up to Hyner View, but we hit some snow and black ice and turned around about a mile short.
One more of the Elk
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I took the day off and took a ride up around Raystown Dam:
I was lucky enough to see a Bald Eagle.
That's awesome. I never saw an Eagle until about 10 years ago. Now I see a several each year. It's always a magnificent sight.
Awesome pictures! The elk pictures make me homesick for Montana also. (Whitefish... Back before all of the Californians ruined it.)
Nice pix n stuff. I live in PA too. It's a really fantastic place to ride a motorcycle. Or some motorcycles. On road or off, it's unlimited. Thanks for posting.
Thanks for the compliments folks.
I did a lot of local riding this weekend. I made it out into Bald Eagle State Forest for the first time in 2013. Stopped off at Poe Valley SP:
For any local riders....they have put down fresh gravel on some of the sf roads in Rothrock SF. This is Turkey Hill Road.. I almost lost it going down the other side. The gravel is deep enough that you can actually feel the bike sliding sideways from the crown of the road.
Allensville Road has no fresh gravel so it was smooth sailing
I thought some of you folks from areas that don't have Amish might find this interesting.
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On there way to church. I thought you only had the "dirty" Amish up there. the ones with the brown roof buggies?
We have various... white top... yellow top and blacktop.