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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Buffalo Bill, Aug 24, 2009.
North West of Atchison Kansas, the beginning of the Plains.
Near Karval CO. The drought and wind have led to an incredible amount of sand blowing. You can see the road ditches have blown across much like driting snow. The fence posts are half buried. This was good grassland a few years back. Now looks more like sand dunes. When I was there today, the wind was only blowing about 15mph and I could feel the sand hitting me in the face.
This is a bit disturbing . . .
Dust bowls used to be just something I read about.
On the bright side, I may soon have dunes close by for riding!
West of Longmont Colorado, the end of the Plains
In ND and MN
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A few days riding with my buddy Jeff in the Custer forest area in ND-SD-MT...
On the way to the Badlands
Not a good night to camp...
Slept much better here, it hailed a few time that night...
I knew the next day would be good no dust great traction day...
One of my better get-offs, walked away with a bruise on my ankle, very lucky...
Thats got to be enough.... it was a great weekend.
Looks like a great ride Dusty, loved the pics.
How the heck did that happen? :eek1
I was trying to get around that dang GS.
My buddy thought it would be a good spot to shoot some video...
He didn't get that on video but he was johnny on the spot with the camera.
I caught some nice air on a water break and over cooked the corner, ended up in the little ditch, and there was a log in my path, like the one behind me in the pic you quoted. So hit the log or run up the bank, it sorta worked...
Looks like some great roads Dusty. Spent a week in the Black Hills about this same time a year in 09. I think I got rained on every day
And they say there's nothing to see on the plains!
Some of the best ADVenture rideing to be has can be on the Great Plains.
Ft. Larned, Kansas
that is a excellent pic, is that the new floating bmw :huh
Thats the bike from the movie "Looper".
Sure has changed around here in a few weeks...