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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
You're correct, never at that vantage.
He is my bike at the bridge
you're most welcome
make sure to get the BUTLER MAPS, MAP OF THE OZARKS, b4 heading out
shiny side up
That is cool. Will definitely have to check that out next time I'm down there.
Man, I need to get a better camera
Thanks Jim! It was a good day.
EVERY DAY is a GOOD DAY
some are just better than others
and a day on 2-wheels is one of the BETTER ones
sw & chili
That looks like one of those odd places where a large ice disk spins in the flow. It looks like it's just a little past spinning and frozen in now.
Agreed! Although the bridge was a little less muddy on this particular day!
Lovely bike, er what is it please?
^ Looks like a KLR. It has the optional Action Packer instead of a milk crate.
Seriously ???? :huh
It's a KLR650.
Yep it is my KLR named Mr. Fugly.
Yes Wayne, I opted for the action packer upgrade, my stuff was getting wet when I rode in the rain!
Thanks for the compliment Bridge!
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brings back rememberies of the OLD bridge, across the GUADALUPE in GRUENE
THOUGH specifically warned TO NOT TO, some folks would try to canoe under it:eek1
A bridge in the middle of nowhere - one of the checkpoints on the latest TT2000 endurance ride.
Third Street bridge in Canon City, CO this afternoon. The train is one that runs the tracks along the Arkansas River and under the Royal Gorge Bridge.
I've got that engine and passenger car set in N scale!
We went riding Sunday and took pic's of four of the old steel truss bridges over Bird Creek, north of Tulsa, OK.
This one had a steel grid floor and a plaque.
This one is closed to vehicular traffic.