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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gatling, Jul 15, 2006.
Oh meant to ask if you enjoyed Barber Vintage Festival, I have not been but hope to next year.
Had a blast. Even with the third day rained out. The museum is a must see for anyone who ever liked motorcycles even a little bit. The festival is awesome, such a first class facility, very well run, almost too much going on to take it all it all in. Everywhere you look something cool and fun is going on. I'll pm you some links to photos I took along the way and while at the event. It's a lot!
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There is a nice twisty road about a mile from my house, but with last years rain it collapsed. Now they have it back open so lucky me!
Little Deep Fork Creek, Depew, Oklahoma. Built 1920.
Klinger Smith Park, Bristow, Oklahoma.
Willis Bridge Lake Texoma
East of Finchford , Iowa .
Ambush of Tigers , over near the Talladega national forest.
Approaching a couple of little ones today:
Very Nice. What is the location?
Shallowford Bridge off Aska Rd in Blue Ridge, GA
Very nice area to ride Thanks! We have spent a lot of time around the Blue Ridge area.
Last weekend, I ran across three closed and abandoned bridges. All were open as recently as February, 2014.
Unnamed creek just south of Shamrock, Oklahoma.
Tiger Creek just south of Drumright, Oklahoma.
I guess when the county doesn't have the money for barricades, a downed tree is the next best thing.
Dog Creek west of Heyburn Lake, Oklahoma.
Very cool, I never knew about this part of Oklahoma history.
Awesome. Love that we got a great history, a complete location, and neat story. I like that I could include this in planning a ride.